CSC today said it bagged $86 million order from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Customs and Border Protection (CBP).
The contract is to provide financial systems support services including next-generation capabilities, CSC said.
Under the first task order, which has an estimated value of $31 million, CSC will provide operations and maintenance of financial systems and functional support, including help desk, user training, upgrades and enhancements, to CBP’s 5,000 SAP users. As part of the BPA, CSC will also assist in the development and implementation of new financial systems, including a shared services model across DHS.
CSC will help the agency establish a CBP shared services program for interested DHS organizations and components. This program includes functional systems expertise to plan, develop/configure, implement transition and support those components with the desire and approval to utilize CBP’s integrated financial systems solutions.
“CSC’s understanding of CBP’s mission, combined with our success in delivering SAP functionality to federal agencies and global organizations will drive IT efficiencies and cost savings for CBP’s financial systems,” said Catherine Kuenzel, vice president and general manager of CSC’s North American Public Sector Homeland Security and Civil Agencies Group.