STG has signed an agreement with the Department of State’s Bureau of Consular Affairs to provide Development, Modernization, and Enhancement (DME) support.
As part of the blanket purchase agreement, STG will support software development life cycle, including operation support services on this 5-year contract, which includes 1 base year and 4 option years.
“STG will provide high-caliber IT services to deliver end-to-end software engineering capabilities for the development and modernization of mission critical consular applications,” said Mark Jendzejec, STG SVP, Civil Agencies Sector.
“This is a key strategic contract win for us. With a core competency in software engineering, STG will provide the State Department with unparalleled solutions to streamline and innovate its passport, visa, and overseas citizen applications,” Jendzejec added.
The Office of Consular Systems and Technology coordinates application development. It also supports for the Department’s consular applications from concept to development to production. The DME vehicle will allow CST to procure software engineering services to improve mission-critical consular applications.
Team STG will leverage best practices including CMMI, Agile software development, service-oriented architecture (SOA), enterprise architecture, ITIL-rated personnel, and ISO-certified processes to deliver proven, repeatable solutions to work within the Department’s unique environment.
“STG has 25 years of proven performance with the State Department and has been an important partner in accomplishing various missions. We will work to provide low-risk, innovative solutions that reduce cost, modernize systems, and establish new and emerging technologies,” said Simon Lee, STG President and CEO.