Accenture to Help FBI Run Microsoft Products

Accenture to Help FBI Run Microsoft Products - top government contractors - best government contracting eventAccenture will provide the FBI technical support and consulting services for the bureau’s Microsoft products, the company announced Tuesday.

The company won a five-year indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract that contains a base year and four option years.

This $34 million contract covers network and enterprise architecture, information technology support services and training and technology solutions.

Services will provide operational training and assisting to the bureau's networks for project development and integration, the company said.

Accenture also holds a blanket purchase agreement and four task orders to install an enterprise resource planning system for the bureau's human resources information system.

The company is also responsible for calculating costs associated with replacing the current HR information system and recommending whether to customize software.

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