August 27, 2011 – Washington, DC – eMentum, Inc., a leading provider of IT program management, services, and solutions to the Federal government, has won a subcontract with CSSS.NET under the Internal Revenue Service’s Total Information Processing Support Service (TIPSS)/Information Technology Services vehicle.
CSSS.NET is an 8(a)-certified small business that provides fully integrated solutions spanning all aspects of application and networking systems, development life cycles, including planning, design, building, programming, testing, implementation, documentation, and maintenance.
In announcing the win, eMentum CEO Carolyn Merek said “For a small business team to win on this level is extraordinary. Our success evidences the strength of the CSS.NET/eMentum partnership and our commitment to provide Treasury with solutions that are second to none.”
TIPSS is a task-order based contract with a ceiling of $6 billion over 10 years in four functional areas: cyber-security, information technology, operations and maintenance, and program management. eMentum will support Treasury with information technology services and solutions, including:
- design, development, deployment, operations, and maintenance of IT systems.
- all aspects of systems security such as conducting risk analyses, development of recommendations and implementations, plans for new procedures, and changes to current systems.
- project management skills and tools for managing, tracking, reporting, and transitioning large-scale systems.
- maintaining configuration management controls.