CSRA Assists Customs and Border Protection in Defining Equipment Essentials
FALLS CHURCH, Va. – CSRA Inc. (NYSE:CSRA) will advise U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) about effective equipment options and efficient deployment methods needed to detect and prevent unlawful travel and trade through a new, single-award contract valued at $45 million over a three-year period.
Under the contract, CSRA will support CBP’s systems engineering, logistics and sustainment, capabilities and requirements divisions in determining the most optimal towers, camera sensors and radar systems to help detect and classify threats to the security of the nation’s borders. The company will also help CBP define requirements, and acquire and deploy the equipment in the field.
“Proper border control and management is critical in protecting our nation against dangerous people and materials that could potentially harm our citizens,” said Sally Sullivan, CSRA executive vice president, Homeland Security Group. “Our collaborative team of systems engineers and logisticians are helping to drive CBP’s mission by identifying and deploying intuitive, leading-edge technology to secure and protect our borders.”
About CSRA Inc.
Every day CSRA (NYSE: CSRA) makes a difference in how the government serves our country and our citizens. We deliver a broad range of innovative, cloud-enabled, next-generation IT solutions and professional services to help our customers modernize their legacy systems, protect their applications, infrastructure, and assets and improve the effectiveness and efficiency of mission-critical functions for our warfighters and our citizens. Our 18,000 employees understand that success is a matter of perseverance, courage, adaptability and experience. CSRA is headquartered in Falls Church, Virginia. To learn more about CSRA, visit www.csra.com.
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