The company’s information technology unit won a potential five-year, $42.2 million task order under the bureau’s Information Technology Supplies and Support Services contract, a $30 billion vehicle awarded in 2010 for eight years.
The company will hire 30 employees in Quantico, Va., the Washington metropolitan and field offices across the country to support the order.
Marcus Collier, senior vice president of GDIT’s health and civilian solutions division, said the company brings experience in providing federal agencies IT services to help facilitate information exchange.
The company will aim to improve improve computer forensic processing programs nationwide, he said.
Work will include systems administration, computer engineering, program management, application programming and integration and system security engineering for cybersecurity.
FBI personnel use the Computer Analysis Response Team Storage Area Network to acquire, process and present digital information contained within physical evidence.