TechFlow has won a spot on a $265M blanket purchase agreement covering architecture, development and platform technical services to the Department of Homeland Security.
The company said Thursday it seeks to provide digital services to help address the DHS Office of the Chief Information Officer’s service modernization goals with information technology.
“We are excited to work with the DHS OCIO on its effort to modernize services,” said TechFlow CEO Robert Baum.
“For us, working with a leadership team that is laser focused on bringing new technologies into their business to help them be more effective at servicing our nation is a perfect fit,” Baum added.
TechFlow is among the four companies that hold positions on the ADaPTs BPA and received its contract via the General Services Administration’s IT Schedule 70 vehicle.