Tag Archives: Immigration and Customs Enforcement

DHS Issues RFI for Training Management System Procurement Effort

The Department of Homeland Security has sought information on potential contractors that can provide the Immigration and Customs Enforcement with an enterprise training management platform. A FedBizOpps notice posted Tuesday says ICE wants a training management system designed to handle various training formats, course curriculums, accreditation requirements, evaluation, analytical and …

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DHS Seeks Commercial Tech for UAS Sensor Demo

The Department of Homeland Security‘s science and technology directorate has announced plans to select commercially available sensors through the end of the year for potential use with unmanned aircraft systems. S&T said Friday it will give selected vendors one week each to demonstrate technology to as part of the Robotic Aircraft Sensor …

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ICE Seeks Contractor Support for Immigration Enforcement Workforce Recruitment Efforts

The Immigration and Customs Enforcement plans to enlist a private sector consultant to help the agency recruit almost 26,000 workers in the next several years, GovExec reported Monday. ICE sought information on potential industry sources of human resources and operational staffing services in an effort to address President Donald Trump’s requirements for the …

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Sevatec Joins AWS Public Sector Partner Program; Tanusree McCabe Comments

Amazon Web Services has added Fairfax, Virginia-based technology services provider Sevatec to AWS’ Public Sector Partner Program in the government category as part of an extended partnership between the two companies. Sevatec said Monday it seeks to offer cloud architecture, development and migration services to federal government customers through the program. The AWS Public Sector Partner Program …

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DHS Opens Application Period on Cyber Student Volunteer Initiative for 2017

The Department of Homeland Security is accepting applications from current undergraduate and graduate students who are interested to join the 2017 Cyber Student Volunteer Initiative that aims to develop and expand the agency’s future cybersecurity workforce. DHS said Dec. 19 the selected students will receive hands-on experience and exposure to cybersecurity operations …

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Valytics Awarded ICE Interoperability Testing Support Contract; Edwin Darilek Comments

Valytics has received a three-year contract to develop and update interoperability testing and test automation services for the Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency. The company said Wednesday it will help ICE to analyze enterprise configuration procedures, conduct manual interoperability tests and create a test automation framework to execute regression …

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Deloitte Report: Agencies Should Use Analytics to Derive Insights from Data

A new Deloitte report says government agencies that seek to become “data-centric organizations” should develop a platform designed to collect, store and distribute mission-critical data as well as use analytics to make decisions and generate insights from data. The “Mission analytics: Data-driven decision making in government” report also calls for …

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Sevatec Opens New Office in Virginia in Push to Support DHS Component Agencies

Sevatec has opened a new office in Crystal City in Arlington County, Virginia, in an effort to deliver information technology services to Department of Homeland Security operational and support components. The new office’s project delivery teams support the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Joint Engineering Teams-Sustainment contract and the Immigration and Customs Enforcement‘s Student Exchange and Visitor …

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DHS Taps DynCorp Subsidiary for Elicitation, Deception Detection Training Contract

A DynCorp International subsidiary has been awarded a potential $700,000 contract by the Department of Homeland Security to provide elicitation and detecting deception training services to the Immigration and Customs Enforcement‘s office of international operations. The company said Tuesday its Phoenix Consulting Group will train the department’s visa security program agents to identify applicants who could be …

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