Helping FTC Modernize Its Business Systems, Leveraging FedRAMP Authorized, Cloud-Based Solutions
1901 Group announced it has been awarded a Task Order by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) under an FTC Information Technology Support Service (ITSS) Blank Purchase Agreement (BPA) to design and implement a low-code, cloud-based solution that will serve as the architectural foundation for the modernization of FTC business applications and support the cultural shift needed to cloud computing. This contract has a potential value of $6,177,743 over a five and a half-year period if all options are exercised.
1901 Group is one of four companies awarded BPA’s to provide IT Support Services to FTC. The company will provide FTC with level architecture design, application development, security engineering, and subject matter expertise to modernize FTC business applications. Activities include platform development and configuration, application redesign and implementation, application cutover, and ongoing operation and maintenance for the platform and modernized application.
“We are honored that FTC has selected 1901 Group to modernize their mission applications. We look forward to leveraging our expertise and experience using FedRAMP authorized SaaS and IaaS to securely transition legacy applications to a hybrid cloud solution,” said James Christopher, EVP of Operations and Engineering of 1901 Group. “Our solution will provide FTC with an integrated platform that leverages the FedRAMP clouds of both ServiceNow and Microsoft Azure to deliver a flexible solution to meet FTC needs.”
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1901 Group’s understanding of cloud platforms, such as ServiceNow and Azure, coupled with its experience performing mission application modernization, will provide FTC with a path to obtain a single technology stack in a FedRAMP cloud for the development and hosting of all its business applications. This simplifies support and achieves customer requirements in a timely manner, to maintain consistency and costs across the O&M cycle and to centralize security efforts around a single platform.