The Pasadena-based consulting and engineering firm Tetra Tech has been awarded a $22.4 million task order for the development of IT applications by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics, the company announced Thursday.
The task order is part of an ongoing five-year multiple award contract amounting to $160 million for engineering, enterprise architecture and “agile software development,” Tetra Tech representatives said in a written statement.
The award is the continuation of a long relationship between the company and the BLS, Tetra Tech Chairman and CEO Dan Batrack said.
“Tetra Tech has a longstanding partnership with BLS to produce timely, accurate, and relevant economic statistics by designing and deploying IT systems and automated dashboards,” he said. “We are pleased to continue providing mission-critical support to BLS’s modernization efforts under this contract.”
Under the five-year contract, Tetra Tech will provide the government agency with “full life-cycle software development, database design and advanced data analytics on a diverse set of employee metrics,” according to the statement.
More information on TetraTech can be found on the company’s website at tetratech.com.