Enterprise Resource Planned System International Awarded USCIS Agile Devt Service Contract

Enterprise Resource Planned System International, a joint venture of Planned Systems International and ERP International, has secured a potential $45 million contract for agile development support to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

PSI said Monday it will assemble five teams to support modernization of USCIS information technology systems via an agile environment.

The contract was awarded through the Department of Homeland Security‘s Enterprise Acquisition Gateway for Leading-Edge Solutions II vehicle.

Terry Lin, PSI CEO, said the company aims to provide automated IT systems that will work to help USCIS manage immigration services electronically.

Columbia, Maryland-based PSI offers cyber, health, IT and management development services to federal civilian and defense agencies.

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