FBI tasks Pragmatics for intranet work

The FBI’s Information Technology Operations Division (ITOD) has awarded information technology provider Pragmatics Inc. a task order with a potential value of $1.35 million.

Pragmatics’ intranet support to the ITOD consists primarily of publishing content to current Intranet Web sites and converting existing content to either an upgraded environment or a new Web content management system, Pragmatics said in an announcement Thursday.

“In addition to serving the Department of Justice for seven years, Pragmatics has been providing Web content for www.usdoj.gov for five years, as well as doing Web development for the Air Traffic Control Association, the Department of Labor and the Department of Defense,” said Danny Davis, vice president and general manager of Pragmatics’ Civil Agency Services Division.

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