CSRA Eyes IT Engineering Task Orders Under $139M HHS NGITS BPA; Kamal Narang Comments

Kamal Narang

CSRA will compete for task orders to provide information technology engineering support services for the Department of Health and Human Services under a potential eight-year, $139 million blanket purchase agreement awarded in February.

The company said Tuesday the Next-Generation IT Services engineering BPA covers unified communications and collaboration, enterprise mobile management, infrastructure, endpoint, email, facilities and print-server engineering support for HHS’ office of IT infrastructure and operations.

Kamal Narang, vice president of CSRA’s health group, said the company is excited to continue its work with HHS and expand its portfolio through the delivery of engineering services to the agency’s IT infrastructure.

CSRA is one of the four companies that won spots on the third NGITS BPA that has a five-year base term and three option years.

CSRA’s SRA International subsidiary secured a position on a potential $207 million BPA in January to provide data center operations, service management and deskside support services to HHS ITIO.

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