Vencore will continue its software program management work for the General Services Administration‘s Public Buildings Service under a new three-year, $5 million contract.
The company said Wednesday it won the contract recompete to oversee and maintain the Reimbursable Work Authorization Entry and Tracking Application, for which Vencore is the incumbent.
“We appreciate the confidence of the General Services Administration, demonstrated by its selection of Vencore to continue work on this program,” said Mac Curtis, president and CEO of Vencore.
The company will also provide RETA software enhancements, help desk services and support to the enterprise service center as part of the contract.
RETA is a web-based application that manages and logs financial transactions between PBS and other government agencies, particularly the exchange of funds for renovations, repairs and other work on GSA-managed facilities.