Chartis Federal, an integration and engineering firm for the federal government, was awarded the Information Technology Solutions – Business Information Strategic Support (ITS-BISS) contract by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Chartis Federal will be teaming with Attain and MBL Technologies on this contract.
The contract is for five-years and $25 million. Chartis Federal is one of five small businesses awarded the opportunity.
“Chartis Federal is excited for the opportunity to support the EPA on this contract,” said Nick McCarter, Chartis Federal CEO. “We have extensive experience working with agencies on improving IT investments, and we are confident we will be able to make a positive impact for EPA and its stakeholers.”
Chartis Federal will be providing Independent Assessments and Support (IAS) Services under Functional Area 2 (FA2) of the contract through July 2023. Task orders will include systems analysis, acquisition support and independent assessments for EPA information technology/information management (IT/IM) investments.
Chartis Federal resources have supported the EPA ITS-BISS and ITS-BISS 2 contracts beginning in 2005. The company also brings a decade of experience and more than 100 professionals supporting $80 million of prime contracts, including with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and Federal Protective Service (FPS).