The Justice Department has exercised the first option under a previously awarded five-year, $65 million task order to Hill Associates Corporation for information technology management and technical support services to DOJ’s Office of the Chief Information Officer.
Hill Associates said Tuesday it will continue to help the department manage wide area network, voice modernization and network infrastructure projects.
The company will also support DOJ programs related to information security, data center consolidation, end-user computing, mobility and cloud services.
“This is an exciting time to be involved with IT as advances in cloud, mobility and next-generation networking technologies provide a foundation for transformational initiatives,” said Kelsey Hill, Hill Associates president.
“Furthermore, the requirement for DOJ and all government agencies to transition their GSA Networx telecommunications contracts to the NS2020-EIS contract in the coming years will accelerate change,” she added.