InfoZen to support mission-critical TSA programs under homeland security contract

BETHESDA, Md., 2 April 2015. Officials in the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS’s) Transportation Security Administration (TSA) sought a partner to support transportation vetting programs. They found their solution at InfoZen, a cloud broker and provider of mission-critical IT services in Bethesda, Maryland, awarding the company a five-year, $212 million contract.

Apr 2nd, 2015
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BETHESDA, Md., 2 April 2015. Officials in the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS’s) Transportation Security Administration (TSA) sought a partner to support transportation vetting programs. They found their solution at InfoZen, a cloud broker and provider of mission-critical IT services in Bethesda, Maryland, awarding the company a five-year, $212 million contract.

InfoZen staff will support the operations and maintenance of vetting programs designed to protect the U.S. transportation system against terrorism and national security threats. The company will work with TSA to continue to address the requirements of the Office of Intelligence and Analysis for the deployment, implementation, operation, and maintenance of a broad range of transportation vetting programs, officials say.

"We are thrilled to continue our successful partnership with TSA to provide operational and technical expertise to this critical national security mission," InfoZen CEO Raj Ananthanpillai says. “This award is a testament to the agency's confidence in InfoZen, and we look forward to providing our experts and expertise as we support TSA in protecting our national security. InfoZen will continue to enhance its service offerings, including cloud computing and virtualization, to best serve our customers."

Founded in 1995, InfoZen provides cloud managed services, DevOps, software and systems engineering, data management, and IT services management. InfoZen's solutions are at the forefront of the information-based screening and risk assessment of millions of people to protect critical infrastructure and support national security, officials explain.

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