HUD awards $42.6M program management contract

The Housing and Urban Development Department has awarded a $42.6 million contract to G&B Solutions of McLean, Va., to provide program management services and institutionalize program management approaches departmentwide.

G&B will implement standard processes and assist HUD offices in making IT investments that are sound and adaptable by others in the department, said Walter Harris, HUD's deputy chief information officer for business and information technology modernization.

G&B officials said the company will also provides services related to strategic planning, organizational development, enterprise data management and business process re-engineering. The duration of the contract is five years.

The contractor will assist HUD's Office of the CIO by training and augmenting its staff and helping the office deliver new services, such as systems engineering and integration.

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Mary Mosquera is a reporter for Federal Computer Week.

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