Merlin wins $200 million DHS enterprise-wide IT contracts

Cybersecurity solutions provider Merlin has won enterprise-wide technology contracts from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), specifically within the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and the Transportation Security Agency (TSA), and from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), said the company in a statement. The contracts are valued at approximately $200 million.

Through these contract awards, Merlin will help maximize existing technology investments while simultaneously providing access to significant new technologies that will enable modern innovation to be rapidly deployed in support of each agency’s mission.

Some of the organizations that Merlin will support within the DHS and VA include: TSA’s Office of Intelligence and Analysis, Office of Security Operations, and Office of Requirements and Capabilities Analysis; CBPs’ US Border Patrol and Office of Field Operations; and VA’s Office of Financial Solutions Financial Management Transformation Service, according to the company.

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