The Department of Homeland Security’s US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) component has awarded three Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs) worth $341.5 million to Four Points Technology for cloud-related work.
The awards have a five-year requirement for Four Point Technology to work on purchasing storage and hosting on Amazon and Microsoft’s cloud infrastructures.
“The agency has created the ICE Cloud, a virtual cloud hosting environment that supports all ICE offices and is an ICE-managed, multi-government cloud environment that provides access, connectivity and leasing in the virtual Cloud Service Provider marketplace (CSP). “, an ICE spokesperson told MeriTalk.
Four Point Technology will work closely with the agency to provide cloud solutions for agency staff and agents.
Four Point Technology is a veteran-owned business headquartered in Chantilly, Va., that focuses on IT and clinical solutions for government clients.