CVP Awarded Modernization-focused RISE Contract, Expands DOS Work
Fairfax, VA, June 19, 2018 – CVP, a business and technology consulting company, has been awarded the Research Innovation Systems Engineering (RISE) contract with the Department of State (DOS), Bureau of Consular Affairs (CA), Office of Consular Systems and Technology (CST). The five-year contract includes system and service architecture design to support CA/CST’s portfolio with high-quality solutions that can be managed and evolved in production in a cost-effective manner.
CVP’s scope of work will include cloud, DevSecOps/CICD, Agile-at-Scale, and modern systems/software engineering approaches. This systems engineering contract also involves research, evaluation, and rapid prototyping of new technologies in sandbox environments.
The mission of the Department of State (DOS), Bureau of Consular Affairs (CA), is to protect the lives and interests of American citizens living or traveling abroad and to enhance the national security of the United States. CA contributes significantly to the United States Government’s goal of promoting international exchange and understanding. Their vision is to help American citizens engage the world. Among many other services, the CA also issues travel documents that allow Americans to travel the globe and lawful immigrants and visitors to travel to America and provides an essential cycle of life services to American citizens overseas.
“CVP is very excited about the RISE award,” said Anirudh Kulkarni, CEO of CVP. “We’re very proud of our existing work with the Department of State. The addition of the RISE contract provides us with a platform to apply next generation technology patterns from our innovation center to real world, global enterprise solutions in partnership with our new clients at Consular Affairs.”
CVP is a business and technology consulting company that helps organizations navigate disruption with innovative strategies and solutions and prepare for a culture of Continuous Change. It supports clients in the healthcare, national security, and public sectors, as well as private business, by enabling them to innovate faster and make decisions quicker. [ Read More ]