A Rockville science and technology firm received three federal contracts that when counted together are worth more than $2 million.
DSFederal Inc. received a $1.27 million from the Defense Human Resources Agency’s Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Systems program to refresh the portal suite of three custom-built apps which serve members of the reserve components, the company told The Daily Record.
The company also received a $515,072 contract from the Consumer Product Safety Commission to redesign SaferProducts.gov, a government-mandated database for consumers to report unsafe products.
For the Food and Drug Administration, DSFederal will get $232,238 to work with the Office of Information Management and Technology property management team to enhance their computer acknowledgement receipt app.
Sophia Parker, founder and CEO of DSFederal, said in a news release that the firm has served these agencies for many years, especially the FDA, and the company remains as committed today as they were in 2010.