Company to compete for integration, software development, and O&M programs

CHANTILLY, VA, July 15, 2014Citizant, a leading provider of IT management consulting and enterprise software solutions to the U.S. government, has won a seat in Functional Category 1 on the $22 billion EAGLE II Small Business contract from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

Under the 5-year agreement, Citizant will compete as a small business for service delivery task orders, including integration, software design/development, and operations and maintenance.

Alba M. Alemán, CEO of Citizant, said, “Citizant will offer DHS components a mature, results-oriented partner on EAGLE II for full-lifecycle enterprise software solutions.  We look forward to building on existing relationships at TSA, CBP, DHS Office of the CIO, and other components.  Citizant will compete aggressively to enhance the security of American citizens, and we will continue to help DHS HQ and its components work more effectively and efficiently.”

About Citizant

Citizant designs and delivers smarter, leaner business and IT transformation solutions for the U.S. government. The company employs leading experts in Agile transformation, DevSecOps automation, enterprise data management, process improvement, and program management. Citizant invests in mature business practices to ensure delivery excellence and its Civilian Business Unit was recently appraised at Maturity Level 3 for both CMMI® Development and Services Version 2.0, making Citizant the 4th company worldwide to achieve this distinction. The company is also certified in ISO 9001:2015 for Talent Acquisition, ISO 20000-1:2018 for Shared Services, and ISO 27001:2013 for Information Security. Citizant is headquartered in Chantilly, Va., with offices in Washington, D.C., and employees supporting government customers in more than 30 states. More information about the company is available at Follow us on Twitter at @Citizant or on LinkedIn.


Christine Brown
Communications Specialist