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CNSI to Support Census Bureau Data Management, Mobile Computing Centers

CNSI to Support Census Bureau Data Management, Mobile Computing Centers - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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CNSI to Support Census Bureau Data Management, Mobile Computing Centers - top government contractors - best government contracting eventCNSI announced it has been contracted by the Census Bureau to provide support in establishing Bureau centers for mobile computing, data management, enterprise content management, analytics and data visualization and enterprise services. 

CNSI said it will give program support to the chief technology officer in order to establish centers of excellence within the Bureau’s Center for Applied Technology. 

Dr. Vivek Gore, a CNSI senior vice president, manages the project at the Bureau’s headquarters in Washington. He said the Bureau “is looking at leveraging the centers of excellence to institute key reforms.”

“Our CTO Innovations Program Support will include deliverables for enterprise architecture alignment and standards development, concept exploration, technology and business assessment, and project support, ” said Gore. 

The company began provided support for the Bureau’s development and decennial operations in 1997. CNSI has won task orders in 2000 and in 2006 for software development. The most recent win prior to this was to support the Bureau’s Technology Management Office and operations for the 2010 census.  

 

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