ASHBURN, Va., Oct. 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- FCi Federal announced today that the Company has won a significant contract renewal with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, supporting a wide array of critical services for the agency's Records Management Division. The $80 million contract is for one year with an option for four one-year renewals.
Under the contract, FCi Federal will serve the division with 185 employees. Among FCi Federal's duties will be research, records preservation, administrative support, and processing of documents, including requests made under the Freedom of Information and Privacy Acts.
"We are honored that the FBI has again shown its confidence in our ability to assist in an important part of the Bureau's mission to bolster national security against threats domestic and foreign," said Sharon D. Virts, Founder and CEO of FCi Federal. "We remain committed and equipped to support the FBI's efforts."
About FCi Federal
Operating in more than 40 states and territories, FCi Federal is one of the fastest growing government services firms in the industry providing a wide range of managed professional, administrative and technical services to federal agencies. With 24 years of experience in the Federal market, FCi brings depth and breadth of resources and engaged leadership to manage complex Government programs, ranging from operating large production centers to providing integrated mission support services for geographically distributed operations. The company's nearly 3,000 employees put their core expertise in program management support, records management, adjudication support, fraud detection and other administrative support services to work in ways that routinely outperform expectations. More information about FCi Federal can be found at www.fcifederal.com.
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