Highlight Tasked with Providing Mission Critical Data Management and Analytics Shared Services to General Service Administration

Fairfax, VA – The General Services Administration’s (GSA) Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) awarded Highlight a task order (TO) for the business, technical, and management excellence to support and develop its core data services. This task order has a three-year period of performance with a contract value of $19 million.

The TO consolidates GSA’s primary data environment support for Public Building Service (PBS), financial and DATA Act business intelligence, and self-service Data to Decisions to an enterprise shared service. Highlight will collaborate with GSA’s Chief Data Officer (CDO) and data governance stakeholders to rationalize technology, improve transparency, increase agility and adaptability, and optimize the agency’s data delivery and operations.

This work builds upon Highlight’s robust federal data management services providing modern, enterprise-level data solutions and maturity to transform data to knowledge. The TO was awarded under GSA’s Corporate IT Services (IC) BPA, a small business vehicle open to all of GSA. Highlight also supports GSA through GSA Schedule 70 and GSA PSS MOBIS with various IT services.

“We are delighted to have the opportunity to support GSA with our data management and business intelligence expertise and experience with Government-wide financial systems. We look forward to supporting GSA and its many stakeholders with this transformative contract,” said Rebecca Andino, Highlight CEO.

About Highlight

Highlight Technologies (“Highlight”) is an award-winning, employee-owned, ISO® 9001, ISO 20000, ISO 27001, ISO 44001, ISO 56000 certified, CMMI-DEV Level 3, and CMMI-SVC Level 3 appraised federal contractor that provides Digital Government and Mission Support services to more than 20 U.S. federal government customers. Our customers include National Security (DHS, State, Army, Air Force), Health IT (USAID, NIH, HRSA), and Citizen Services (FCC, EPA, GSA, HHS, SBA, Education). For more information, please visit

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