February 24, 2020 FTC


FEBRUARY 24, 2020


FTC is proud to announce the award of the Department of Justice (DOJ) Civil Division Application Development and Administrative Services contract, a SDV set-aside task order valued at $14.2M over 5 years and awarded under the DOJ’s Information Technology Support Services (ITSS-5) Indefinite-Delivery, Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contract. FTC’s first task with the DOJ, this new partnership with the Civil Division (CIV) reflects the company’s growing portfolio with civilian agencies in the Federal Government.

One of seven litigating divisions within DOJ, the Civil Division (CIV) represents the United States, its departments and agencies, Members of Congress, Cabinet Officers, and other Federal employees in any civil or criminal matter within its scope of responsibility. The CIV consists of approximately 2,700 personnel located within eight buildings in the Washington, DC National Capitol Region, approximately 55 of which reside in small remote sites that include New York City and San Francisco.

In support of its mission to provide secure, reliable and highly available IT business solutions to achieve operational objectives, the CIV’s Office of Policy and Management Operations (OPMO) engaged FTC to provide a wide range of enterprise-level IT support, services, and resources. FTC will provide Cleared Deskside support and advanced service support and service delivery functions and supporting customer IT needs via remote access and desk-side to troubleshoot and resolve IT issues related to Unclassified and Classified hardware and software. In addition, FTC will support the agency’s HSPD12 (PIV) Card Program, managing the electronic certificate program (USAAccess) on all CIV HSPD12 cards and administering the physical access permissions of all CIV personnel. Finally, in addition to other project management support and problem management services, FTC will provide application development support to maintain and develop automated systems for the agency’s evolving business requirements, working with the OPMO staff and business user community to plan, design, develop, deploy and maintain web-based legacy applications using Agile Software Development Methodologies.

With this first DOJ win, FTC looks forward to becoming a trusted partner in driving mission success across the agency and its divisions.



About FTC

FTC is a rapidly-growing Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB) that delivers dynamic, cutting edge IT solutions and services to drive digital transformation for our federal government partners across the civilian, defense, and intelligence landscape. Specializing in Agile Transformation, IT Infrastructure & Modernization, Cyber & Threat Detection, Data Science & Analytics, and Intelligence Engineering & Operations, our suite of capabilities represents the breadth of our expertise at the forefront of the rapidly changing IT landscape in the federal government space. Leveraging our inter-agency experience, subject matter expertise and intimate understanding of legacy systems and emerging technologies, we deliver best-in-class technical solutions that foster continuous process improvement, reduce overall cost and ensure mission success — not just for today but for the future.