Vencore to Offer Software Dev’t Services Through GSA 18F Agile BPA Vehicle; Mac Curtis Comments

Mac Curtis
Mac Curtis

Vencore will work to provide software development services to government agencies under the potential $25 million Agile Delivery Services blanket purchase agreement of the General Services Administration“˜s 18F digital services organization.

The company said Tuesday the Agile BPA vehicle seeks to facilitate the procurement of digital products and services by government agencies in support of agile development projects.

Mac Curtis, president and CEO of Vencore and an inductee into Executive Mosaic“˜s Wash100 for 2016, said the company's position on the Agile BPA program seeks to reflect its efforts to provide software development services that utilize agile development approaches.

Vencore is one of the 16 companies that secured spots on GSA 18F's Agile BPA in August 2015 and the agency subsequently added InQbation in December of that year.

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