The company said it won a $57 million award under the Information Technology Support Services-4 vehicle to continue working with DOJ’s justice programs office.
SRA will work with the office’s chief information officer in carrying out its mission to plan, design, develop, document and maintain business applications.
“We are proud of our partnership with the Department of Justice, which is part of our deep commitment to supporting the law enforcement community,“ said Pat Burke, senior vice president for the intelligence, homeland security and law enforcement group. “For years, we have been a strategic partner in this market space with innovative infrastructure support methodologies and management expertise dedicated to ensuring real-time, mission-critical law enforcement programs like this one are always ready to respond, 24×7.“
SRA said the office of justice programs administers billions of dollars in federal funds to state, local, and private non-governmental organizations.
That office, DOJ's office of violence against women and the Community Oriented Policing Service initiative use the systems.