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FCC Awards Highlight Technologies IT Program and Data Support Task Order

Fairfax, VA – Highlight Technologies was awarded a task order to provide IT program and data support services to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The work will directly support FCC’s Chief Information Officer (CIO) with their major modernization effort.

The FCC is an independent agency of the United States government created by statute to regulate interstate communications by radio, television, wire, satellite, and cable. Highlight will ensure that FCC’s IT programs and data capabilities are aligned with the FCC Strategic Plan. This includes efficiently and effectively providing a user-friendly system for controlling the storage, maintenance, security, interchange, and exchange of data involved in the management and monitoring of a wide variety of FCC data systems.

“The IT and data support services we will provide to the FCC will help them fulfill mission critical needs. Highlight is thrilled to assist in these efforts,” said CEO of Highlight Technologies Rebecca Andino.

About Highlight Technologies, LLC

Highlight Technologies, LLC is a woman-owned, CMMI®-DEV Level 3, ISO® 9001:2015, and ISO 20000-1:2011 certified firm headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia that provides IT development and transformation, secure IT operations, and mission support services to Federal agencies. Our customers include National Security (DHS, State, Army, Navy, DISA, the Joint Staff, DTRA, Intel), Health IT (USAID, USDA, NIH, HRSA, EPA) and Citizen Services (FCC, FDIC, FTC, GSA, HHS, SBA, Education, Labor). For more information, please visit www.highlighttech.com.

 

Disclaimer: This disclaimer is required by Contract No. 273FCC18F0059. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has not reviewed or approved any statement in this document for accuracy or validity. The FCC and its employees do not endorse goods or services provided by this firm or any other firm, except as allowed by 5 C.F.R. 2635.702(c)(1)-(2), which do not apply here.