TeraThink has been awarded a prime position on the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) Shared Services Line of Business (SSLoBS) Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA). An estimated $500 million multi-award BPA, this win is a testament to our team’s 20+ years of continuous delivery and excellence supporting USDA’s mission.
The objective of the SSLoBS BPA is to drive the OCFO’s (Office of the Chief Financial Officer) mission, while providing USDA’s shared service offerings to customers government-wide. The scope of this BPA includes services for Financial Management, Human Resources, Information Technology Services Division, External Systems Development, and Personnel & Pay. These service offerings are designed to eliminate time-consuming, transactional functions and allow agencies to focus on their core mission.
This win expands our existing efforts at USDA supporting their current financial shared services offerings, the Financial Management Modernization Initiative (FMMI). As part of FMMI, TeraThink supports exFedGrants which is built on SAP, MuleSoft, and Pegasystems technologies. When paired with our win at the end of last year to provide support for the Pegasys Financial System and the VA’s migration to USDA’s Momentum Financial Platform, the USDA Shared Services organization continues to be a key customer for TeraThink.
SSLoBS is a strategic win for TeraThink. Our CEO and Co-Founder, Dan Maguire, shared on what the award means to us,
SSLoBS is a huge and very strategic win for our growing company. Through our continued work with USDA, we understand the importance of shared services’ positive impact on efficiency and collaboration in today’s technical landscape. We are very proud to support the great work being done today and furthering the mission for many years to come.
The USDA OCFO’s trust in us to support their Shared Services programs over the next five years is exciting. We look forward to partnering with the USDA to further enhance and expand their offerings.[Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on the blog of Dominion Consulting. On November 1, 2017, Dominion Consulting merged with TeraThink and are now operating jointly as TeraThink. All blog posts migrated from the Dominion Consulting website have been updated to refer to ourselves as TeraThink.]