Blackstone Federal has announced it has been awarded a strategic services contract to support the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG) Information Technology Division (ITD). Blackstone will be partnering with OIG ITD to modernize their system and application architecture, as well as empower automation and cloud readiness to ensure a successful migration into Azure and other cloud environments.
Blackstone Federal has a proven 14 year track record supporting DHS and has helped shape the Department’s cloud strategy, accelerate the integration of emerging technologies and processes, and architect some of the Department’s most successful enterprise level IT services.
This contract marks the first opportunity for Blackstone Federal to partner with DHS OIG. “We look forward to a strong, open, and honest relationship that will yield positive results for both organizations,” said Giles Kesteloot, Executive Director of Blackstone Federal Services. “We are committed to bringing all of our engineering experience and ingenuity to bear on this effort as we partner with OIG’s talented sponsors to achieve digital transformation, ultimately arming them to better support and serve their important mission.”
Blackstone Technology Group is a privately-held, global IT services and solutions firm founded in 1998 and headquartered in San Francisco, California. Established in Arlington, Virginia in 2002, Blackstone Federal specializes in cloud, cyber security, Agile and DevOps services and technology solutions. Blackstone Federal holds the industry’s top technical certifications including AWS, CISSP, CEH, SAFe, PMI-ACP, ICP-ACC, ICP-ATF and PMI-PMP.