The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has awarded a contract to Washington, D.C.-based TCG to assist with the modernization of the FCC's Electronic Comment Filing System (ECFS). Through the ECFS, the public and industry are able to submit comments on possible FCC regulations. Under the $5 million, 2-year contract, TCG will support the modernization of the system using AWS, Red Hat OpenShift, and other technologies, to ensure that the ECFS is flexible, scalable, and reliable. The goal is to improve the way public comments are captured, categorized, and synthesized for analysis at the FCC.
TCG, Washington, D.C., has appointed Antoinette Merrill as chief financial officer.
The Department of Health and Human Services has selected Washington, D.C.-based TCG to supply enterprise information technology support to its Administration for Children and Families (ACF). Under the $51 million Office of the Chief Information Officers (OCIO) Information Technology Enterprise Support Services (ITESS) contract, the company will support the ACF ICIO over the next five years. Specifically, TCG will assist the organizaiton in consolidating information technology services and functions across the enterprise with an integrated team comprising program management, capital planning, information technology strategy, information technology program management officers and systems engineering expertise, the company reported.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has selected Washington, D.C.-based TCG to assist the data visualization efforts of its Quantitative Research Analytical Data Support program. Under the $5.6 million, four-year task order, TCG will support knowledge sharing, data display and data analysis throughout SEC, the company reported. In addition, TCG will provide project management, web development and technical writing support for the SEC’s Data Insights and Data Visualization initiatives of the recently-created Office of the Chief Data Officer. The SEC's initiatives aim to make important analytical work done by teh agency's experts accessible throughout the Commission.
The Department of the Treasury recently awarded Washington, D.C.-based TCG, Inc. a blanket purchase agreement (BPA) with a $625 million ceiling to support the Bureau of the Fiscal Service’s Administrative Resource Center (ARC). Under the BPA for OneARC Strategic Support Services, TCG and 11 other awardees will perform project management, systems development and quality assurance, data analytics and other support services, TCG reported. The Bureau of the Fiscal Service’s ARC provides financial management, information technology, human resource, and portfolio management shared services to agencies throughout the federal government, and has been recognized as a Center of Excellence for Financial Management.
The General Services Administration (GSA) Office of the Chief Information Officer selected Washington, DC-based TCG, Inc. to provide support to the Office of Public Buildings Information Technology Services’ (PB-ITS) Project Management Office. The GSA Public Buildings Service manages nearly 8,700 government-owned and leased buildings in U.S. states and territories. Under the multiple-award blanket purchase agreement (BPA), which has a ceiling of $75 million and runs through September 2024, TCG will help PB-ITS in managing its complex IT environment, help enhance the Project Management Office’s processes and facilitate agile implementation while increasing quality service to customers across the government, according to the company.
The Securities and Exchange Commission issued several Qualitative Research and Analytical Data Support (QRADS) indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contracts to TCG. The company, an information technology solutions and advisory services provider based in Washington, D.C., is now supporting four lines of business at the SEC—classified as Channels 2,3,4 and 5—according to recent company statements. TCG is one company out of several that received work under the multi-award IDIQs, with other winners on each channel.