Sevatec Wins Embassy Tech Support Contract

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Sevatec has won a $30 million State Department contract to provide technical and operational services for U.S. embassies in 140 countries.

Under the contract Sevatec will manage content for the Bureau of International Information Programs.

The Falls Church VA-based technology consulting and management firm will help the bureau connect with U.S. embassies worldwide.

The project will include project management, software application development, operations and maintenance, metrics and reporting, customer service and help desk services.

The company will also provide support for 400 public websites, 600 productions sites and over 1,200 end-users.

The department awarded CGI a $25 million contract in November to support its consular operations in Israel.

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