Vencore to Extend GSA Public Building IT Service Support; Mac Curtis Comments

vencoreVencore has landed a potential five-year, $27 million re-compete contract for continued support on the General Services Administration‘s Public Buildings Information Technology Service.

Mac Curtis
Mac Curtis

Vencore said Tuesday the contract covers services such as J2EE, .NET and database work, program management, project management, applications operational and maintenance support, GSA Enterprise Quality Program standards compliance and applications development.

“We are excited to continue our partnership with GSA to help streamline and transform the enterprise applications that are critical to the PBS-IT mission,” said Mac Curtis, Vencore president and CEO.

Vencore will help maintain GSA standards on four applications that compose the Occupancy and Revenue Management Applications system such as an occupancy agreement tool, OA billing, rent estimate, appraisal data systems and extranet version of the OA tool called the Electronic Occupancy Agreement.

Chantilly, Virginia-based Vencore has supported the GSA PBS organization for 16 years across 25 projects.

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