Reston, Virginia-base software company Indigo IT has received a five-year blanket purchase agreement with two initial task orders from the Federal Housing Finance Agency‘s office of the inspector general.
Indigo IT will provide IT support services to FHFA in an effort to align the agency’s infrastructure and systems with its mission support requirements, the company said Monday.
Shane Van Wyngaardt, Indigo IT executive vice president, said the company hopes to optimize the IT-business alignment efforts of FHFA-OIG.
FHFA-OIG seeks to promote economy, efficiency and effectiveness of FHFA missions and programs and works to prevent and detect fraud, waste and abuse.
Indigo IT, a woman-owned small business and minority disadvantaged business enterprise, provides cloud computing, cyber and IT security, IT service operations and enterprise intelligence services to customers such as the U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Defense Information Systems Agency and the Pan American Health Organization.