CSRA will Soon Support Software Development for US Courts Case Management Office
FREMONT, CA: CSRA, an innovative IT solutions provider for government organizations, announces that its operating subsidiary, SRA International Inc., has won Project Delivery and Application Development task order from Administrative Office of U.S. Courts (AOUSC) to support the Case Management Systems Office (CMSO) in application development for implementing Secure Agile Framework (SAFe) and Development/Operations (DevOps) methodologies. The five-year task order under the Judiciary Multiple Award Schedule contract is valued at $115Mn.
CSRA will now provide full software development lifecycle expertise for various applications that supports probation and pre-trial services. It also supports Case management/Electronic Case Files (CM/ECF) system that is used to manage electronic court fillings such as case documents, petitions, pleadings and other related documents.
CSRA will continue to support CMSO in its transition to robust software development models such as Scaled Agile Framework (SAFe) and DevOps. It provides program and project management solutions, business requirement analysis, solutions architecture, software engineering and development of new solutions as well. It supports COTS products that are designed to be easily installed and interoperated in the existing system and GOTS products that are developed by the government staff mainly intended for government purpose only.
"CSRA has worked on the important missions of the AOUSC for more than 16 years," said Charles Koontz, Executive Vice President, Civil Group. "We're honored to expand our partnership and look forward to supporting the CMSO in their goal of implementing SAFe and DevOps methodologies to create key program efficiencies."
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