Fairfax, VA – Highlight has been awarded a blanket purchase agreement (BPA) to support the General Services Administration (GSA) Office of Corporate IT Services (IC) to support the enhancement of essential enterprise functions. The BPA will support critical technology transformation to support employee efficiency, support security system development, maintenance, design, general IT support services, and more to support CXO IT systems.
Highlight currently supports GSA through GSA Schedule 70 and GSA PSS MOBIS by providing various IT services. Our team’s expertise involves servicing various contracts IT architecture, design & strategy, DevSecOps, Cybersecurity, Network, and Systems Administration. Our HI-WAY™TM framework allows helps our team to deliver quality solutions customized to every project and mission.
Adam McNair, Highlight President, and COO said, “We’re thrilled to continue our support of GSA as we help them develop solutions and tools that help drive, advance, and innovate government.”
“Highlight is excited about this win, and we look forward to supporting GSA’s enterprise IT systems portfolio through this BPA. Our team is well-positioned to provide agile and innovative IT solutions and services. We will leverage our HI-WAY™TM Framework, Highlight’s DevSecOps and IT infrastructure capabilities, as well as the breadth and depth of our excellent teaming partners,” said Rebecca Andino, Highlight CEO.
Highlight is an award-winning ISO® 9001, ISO 20000. ISO 27001, ISO 44001, ISO 56002 certified, CMMI-DEV Level 3 and CMMI-SVC Level 3 appraised employee-owned business that provides critical services to more than 20 U.S. federal government customers. Using our HI-WAY™™ best practices framework, we design and deliver solutions that integrate current systems and procedures, address all stakeholders, and seamlessly advance the mission. With over 10 years of federal contracting experience, we apply our proven transformation and evolution process to deliver quality services that balance agility, continuity, security, and compliance.