PRLog – Indigo IT, a trusted information technology and service provider to government agencies, was awarded a re-compete contract by U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to continue providing critical Patch and Release Management Services.
Indigo IT was originally awarded the Patch and Release Management Services contract in February 2013 and was charged with maintaining the stability, security and functionality of the CBP desktop for 72,000 users and 71,000 devices spread across approximately 300 locations abroad and 900 locations domestically. The success of the original contract led to Indigo IT being nominated for the DHS Small Business Achievement Award and helped Indigo IT secure this current contract award.
“Indigo IT is honored and excited to continue our support of the CBP mission to help keep our nation secure by providing critical patch and release management services,” said Denise Van Wyngaardt, CEO of Indigo IT. “Our expanded team of experts remain committed to providing innovative solutions and exceptional services in support of this effort.”
Indigo IT is a trusted service provider to government agencies seeking innovative Cloud Computing, Cyber and Information Technology (IT) Security, Service Operations, and Enterprise Intelligence solutions. We know our defense, federal, and civilian customers have critical IT infrastructures that must remain reliable, available, and maximized. That’s why we maintain a sense of urgency in anticipating and supporting their technology goals. Our unique ability to think beyond today—and into the future—allows our clients to stay ahead of their IT challenges.
Indigo IT is an Economically Disadvantaged Woman Owned Small Business (EDWOSB), Minority Owned Small Business. Indigo IT is also a Prime on GSA IT 70 and 8(a) STARS II.