Sevatec Wins GSA's COMET BPA, $116M Task Order Award; Sonny Kakar Quoted

Sonny Kakar
Sonny Kakar

Sevatec announced on Thursday that the General Services Administration has awarded the company a spot on its CIO Modernization and Enterprise Transformation Blanket Purchase Agreement.

The company will provide application modernization and transformation services for Halley's COMET $116M task order. Sevatec will be responsible for a portfolio of over 50 systems and applications supporting Federal Acquisition Service and their customers across the federal enterprise.

Sevatec will assist the GSA FAS organization in modernizing and optimizing applications and architectures to a secure cloud-centric platform, leveraging cloud native, open source, and other cutting-edge technologies.

“We are both honored and excited to support such a large-scale overhaul of Halley's COMET applications,“ said Sonny Kakar, founder and CEO at Sevatec. “We are eager to share and apply our years of lessons learned in transforming similar large-scale mission critical applications through DevSecOps, cloud, and Agile best practices under the COMET contract.“

About Sevatec

Sevatec is a leading national security firm specializing in agile software delivery, data analytics, digital services, cybersecurity, cloud engineering solutions, and training. Founded in 2003 on the concept of “Seva,“ meaning “inspired to serve a greater purpose,“ we dedicate ourselves to serving critical missions in support of homeland and law enforcement agencies, civilian agencies, and defense agencies.

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