USCIS Seeks Info on Sources of Risk, Fraud, Devt Security & Operations Services

The U.S. Citizenship Immigration Services has posted a request for information on potential sources of risk, fraud and development security and operations services.

USCIS said in a FedBizOpps notice posted Wednesday that the required services will be deployed on the agency’s Amazon Web Services-built cloud platform and other cloud environments as required.

Proposed services should be able to support application development through DevSecOps and “agile” methods.

USCIS could award a task order for the delivery of DevSecOps application development and analytics services across the agency.

Interested vendors may submit responses until Jan. 29.

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