TechFlow to Support USDA IT Modernization Effort; Greg Godbout Quoted

TechFlow to Support USDA IT Modernization Effort; Greg Godbout Quoted - top government contractors - best government contracting event

TechFlow has received a contract from the General Services Administration to provide information technology services to the Agriculture Department through centers of excellence.

The company said Monday it will help USDA update infrastructure and adopt cloud technology, with a special focus on the areas of replatforming, application rehosting, cloud platform services and DevSecOps.

Greg Godbout, chief digital officer of TechFlow, said the company seeks to support the modernization of USDA's more than 1K systems.

“To achieve this you need to employ an agile methodology and a DevSecOps culture,“ Godbout added.

GSA established the CoEs as part of the White House's plan to help federal agencies manage customer service and relationship with consulting, IT engineering and procurement support from industry partners.

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