CRI Wins $1.9M Blanket Purchase Agreement for USDA/APHIS ePermits Operations and Maintenance Support
McLean, Virginia – August 2016 – Communications Resource, Inc. (CRI), a full-service technology systems integrator, has been awarded a $1.9M contract to provide comprehensive electronic permitting system support (ePermits) to the US Department of Agriculture(USDA)/Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) to aid USDA’s mission to protect American agriculture and natural resources. CRI will manage operations and maintenance of the ePermits system.
Additionally, CRI’s long-standing experience in technical architecture provides the necessary expertise to facilitate the integration of numerous existing systems into a more streamlined platform.
Victoria Johnson, CRI President and CEO, states, "Incorporating over two decades of experience supporting application investments, it is our goal to ensure that APHIS’s ePermit system remain reliable and to also provide the ingenuity necessary for a seamless transition to their new enterprise system in 2017."
CRI, a certified woman-owned small business, headquartered in McLean, Virginia, has supported the federal government for over 20 years. As a security information management solutions integrator, we create innovative approaches and exciting products to meet client challenges by balancing the boundaries of technology with a risk-based perspective of customer needs. Our successful engagements encompass physical and cyber security, application development, enterprise architecture, and business process solutions.
▫ Integrated Electronic Security Systems
▫ IT Systems Development Life Cycle Support
▫ HSPD-12/FIPS 201 Products & Support
▫ Federal Regulation Compliance Support
▫ Physical Security Information Mgt. (PSIM) (FISMA, ICAM, NIST Guidelines)
▫ Emergency Preparedness, Resiliency, Testing, Training & Exercise Support
▫ Program Management
▫ Biometric Identity Support
▫ FedRAMP and Cloud Services
▫ Identity Credentialing & Access Management
CRI maintains several GSA contracts including the GSA IT 70 and 84 Schedules; and the "Streamlined Technology Acquisition Resources for Services (STARS) II" 8(a) contract.
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