STG Inc. has won a recompete from the Department of Housing and Urban Development to continue providing information technology support to the department’s inspector general office.
The company said the contract, awarded through the General Services Administration‘s Alliant vehicle, is worth $30 million over seven years.
Work will occur at 54 locations across the country and support 750 users, the company said.
Mark Jendzejec, senior vice president for STG’s civil agencies sector, said the company is the incumbent contractor for the program.
The company will provide HUD people, processes and tools to support the department’s distributed computing environment, he added.
“By meeting the needs of the customer, they gave us the opportunity to continue our partnership” said Simon Lee, president and CEO. “I look forward to building upon our relationship with HUD OIG during the next 7 years and beyond.“
STG will provide onsite support of the IG’s mission to promote project integrity; prevent of waste, fraud and abuse; and perform corrective actions when waste, fraud or abuse is detected.
The company said HUD was seeking a partner to deliver IT infrastructure services according to technical performance index metrics.