Phacil Wins $30 Million Contract with State Department Bureau of Consular Affairs

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Phacil, a leading provider of technology solutions to the Federal Government, announced today that the Department of State’s (DoS) Bureau of Consular Affairs (CA), Office of Consular Systems and Technology (CST) Service Operations Division (SO), awarded Phacil with a task order valued at an estimated $30 million to support service operations.

The work will consist of Tier 1 and Tier 2 support for all CA/ CST/SO IT systems, web applications, infrastructure, unique imaging and archiving applications, client-server applications and specialized applications supporting multiple functions.

“After providing information systems security support services to the Bureau of Consular Affairs for the past two years, we are pleased to expand our relationship with the Department of State with this new task order,” said Harry Bartel, Vice President of Eastern Operations. “We look forward to bringing our world-class service desk capabilities to the DoS over the next five years.”

About Phacil

Phacil is a leading provider of mission-focused, results-driven technology solutions to the federal government. We continually demonstrate Commitment to our customers, Excellence in performance, and Service to the nation. Customers trust Phacil to solve their most complex challenges by delivering uniquely-tailored technology solutions that maximize value and mission success. Phacil offers a diverse range of technology services, including Software Development, Systems Integration, Operations and Maintenance (O&M), CyberSecurity, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Technical Consulting, and Business Operations. Our team of 750 energetic, highly-skilled professionals support customers in 15 states across the country and abroad.

About the DoS CA

The DoS CA’s mission is to protect the lives and interests of American citizens living or traveling abroad, and to enhance the national security of the United States. The Bureau supports over 30 domestic operation centers and 270 foreign posts worldwide. CA supports approximately 12,000 worldwide clients including 3,000 National Capital Region CA customers. CA’s Office of Consular Systems and Technology (CST) provides, develops, installs, and supports the hardware, software, and infrastructure for automated systems that supports the mission.


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Phacil, Inc.

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