InfoZen, a provider of security solutions and consulting services, has been awarded a contract worth at least $148 million to oversee information technology systems at the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) Office of Transportation Threat Assessment and Credentialing (TTAC), Federal Computer Week (FCW) reports.
TTAC measures threat levels to transportation systems on land, sea and in the air, and it manages TSA’s traveler credentialing initiatives, including its Registered Traveler program, according to FCW.
Raj Ananthanpillai, InfoZen’s chief executive, told FCW that his company is to run and maintain TTAC’s IT infrastructure, networks and program applications.
The contract is for 18 months with four one-year extensions, and InfoZen will receive a base fee, as well as performance-based payments as incentives, FCW reports.
InfoZen has worked on a number of past initiatives with the Department of Homeland Security, of which TSA is a part, and it also worked on the U.S. government’s website, FirstGov.gov, according to FCW.
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