REI Awarded USCIS DevSecOps Service Contract

REI Systems has received a three-year task order under the Department of Homeland Security's Eagle II contract vehicle to help the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services develop and implement technology using the DevSecOps approach.

The company said Tuesday it will apply the method to deploy the OpenShift Enterprise Container platform in a cloud environment and demonstrate the application of containerized and microservices-based architecture through Outcome Based Delivery and DevOps Services II task order.

USCIS chose REI after the technology firm showcased its engineering expertise in a coding competition that challenged offerors to design and create functional program codes.

Sterling, Va.-based REI also offers analytics, agile software development, grant management, continuous integration and delivery, application modernization and platform-based services.

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