ASRC Federal Subsidiary Selected by U.S. Department of State to Provide Independent Validation and Verification for Global Mission Critical Systems

Beltsville, MD., May 14, 2019 – ASRC Federal’s NetCentric subsidiary has been awarded the U.S. Department of State (DoS), Bureau of Consular Affairs (CA), Office of Consular Systems and Technology (CST), Service Transition Support (STS) contract. The $100 million contract has a potential period of performance of five years.


“Our NetCentric personnel understand the complex mission of Consular Affairs and the evolving challenges of protecting the lives and interests of U.S. citizens abroad,” said Mark Gray, ASRC Federal President and CEO. “We are honored to be selected by the Department of State to ensure critical systems and applications are securely deployed in support of this important global mission.”


The NetCentric team will provide STS–related services for the software development lifecycle in support of DoS systems, IT Service Management (ITSM) and business process improvements for CA/CST. These services include facility and transition management, independent validation and verification (IV&V), and quality and configuration management in support of systems at Consular facilities throughout the world.