E-volve Awarded $60 Million Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Contract to Improve IT Processes across the CFO

Monday, September 19, 2016
by Brittini Hawkins


National Harbor, MD: Today, E-volve Technology Systems, Inc. announces it was competitively awarded a Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) contract in support of the Chief Financial Officer Resources Center (CFORC) Professional Services Program.

The CFORC program consolidates several existing contracts and efforts into a unified resource, designed to bring efficiencies, savings, auditability and operational effectiveness to the CFO’s Information Technology (IT) processes, contracts and systems. This effort has a period of performance that includes a base year and four option years with a $60 million ceiling value. This contract provides work to be performed at DIA headquarters and other DIA offices within the National Capital Region.

“We are honored to be given the opportunity to support such an important and complex DIA program,” said Deidre J. Boone, President of E-volve. E-volve will lead a team of experienced partners to include: Accenture, Binary Group, GCS/PSS, Graham Technologies, KPMG, PwC, and RACMS to support the customer’s mission.

“With the talented and capable team of large and small companies that we hand-selected for this effort, we are eager to get started right away to demonstrate the innovation, value and results we will continue to bring to DIA.”

Team E-volve is committed to providing the Defense Intelligence Agency with premier support to effectively and efficiently meet the needs of its customers while consistently delivering high quality solutions across the DoD and Intelligence Communities. 

E-volve Technology Systems, Inc. (E-volve) has supported the Defense Intelligence Agency for over 16 years and offers mission operations, intelligence analysis, and information management support services to advance national security and other Federal Government programs within Defense, Intelligence, and Civilian government agencies. E-volve is a minority, woman-owned small business.

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