Valytics has received a three-year contract to develop and update interoperability testing and test automation services for the Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency.
The company said Wednesday it will help ICE to analyze enterprise configuration procedures, conduct manual interoperability tests and create a test automation framework to execute regression tests on deployed ICE systems.
Edwin Darilek, a program manager at Valytics, said the company aims to provide methods and techniques to test if a system and software product can operate with the ICE infrastructure.
The contract was awarded through the General Services Administration‘s IT Schedule 70 procurement vehicle.
McLean, Virginia-based Valytics specializes in test and evaluation, program management, cybersecurity and information assurance services.