Evoke Research and Consulting has secured a potential five-year, $65 million blanket purchase agreement to provide executive services to the Energy Department’s Office of the Chief Information Officer.
The company said July 3 it will support DOE OCIO in core functional areas such as portfolio management and governance, enterprise policy and resource management, as well as help the office plan, implement and analyze cyber initiatives.
Work will also include additional support for resource and financial management, budget and internal controls, portfolio management, IT policy development and implementation, records and privacy management, data collection and other research-based measurement functions.
The BPA contains one base year along with four one-year options.
Arlington, Va-based Evoke is a service-disabled, veteran-owned company that specializes in professional and technology support services.