Navy Taps CSRA for its First Managed-Services Cloud Program $34 Million Award Underscores CSRA’s Work with Microsoft and AWS to Provide Next-Generation Cloud Technology to the Federal Government
September 28, 2017
CSRA has been acquired by General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT) in April 2018.
FALLS CHURCH, VA – The Department of the Navy (DON) has chosen CSRA. (NYSE:CSRA) to provide cloud computing services for its Research and Development Establishment (NR&DE). The one-year, potential $34.6 million blanket purchase agreement (BPA) includes two one-year options.
“CSRA is proud to expand our commercial cloud offerings to more Navy customers,” said Nick Trzcinski, CSRA’s Vice President for Navy & USMC. “With this new BPA, CSRA will support the Navy’s Research and Development community through easy access to commercial cloud services and the lowest possible cost barrier to entry.”
“CSRA is leading the industry by providing next-generation cloud services to the military,” said Ken Deutsch, CSRA’s Executive Vice President for Defense. “By working with our Amazon and Microsoft Alliance Partners under tight deadlines, we are demonstrating our ability to provide secure and effective tools to empower our customers and complete their missions.”
Under this BPA, CSRA will provide advanced cloud migration, engineering, and maintenance services from Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure to the Navy’s Science and Technology (S&T) community. This will enable the Navy to accelerate its research and foster next-generation technology to power the fleet of tomorrow.
The Navy's S&T community is charged with developing and testing bleeding-edge capabilities. This cloud BPA will allow them to conduct that vital mission in secure, cost effective cloud environments, while accelerating the transition of these capabilities to warfighters across the globe.