The FINANCIAL -- The U.S. Federal
Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has selected Accenture Federal Services
as one of four contractors to provide technical support and consulting
services for Microsoft products under a $34 million indefinite-delivery,
indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract.
As Accenture reported, the IDIQ has a one-year base contracting period with four, one-year extension options.
The IDIQ supports network and enterprise architecture, building and executing technology solutions and IT support services and training. The FBI will use these services to support the bureau’s networks, provide operational training and assist in project development and integration.
“The FBI is strategically enhancing its technical capabilities to meet its mission and support its personnel globally. As a proven FBI partner, we bring our federal and commercial experience to support these mission critical changes,” said Jennifer Pratt, who leads Accenture’s work with the U.S. Department of Justice.
The FBI recently awarded Accenture a Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) and four task orders to install an enterprise resource planning system to support the FBI’s Human Resources Information System (HRIS).
Accenture’s federal business serves every cabinet-level department and 20 of the largest federal organizations. The U.S. federal portfolio spans across clients in civilian, defense, intelligence and public safety agencies.