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DMI Wins Seat on GSA CIO Modernization and Enterprise Transformation (COMET); Jay Sunny Bajaj Quoted

Jeff Brody

DMI announced on Friday that the company has been awarded a seat on the General Services Administration (GSA)'s CIO Modernization and Enterprise Transformation (COMET) BPA.

The COMET initiative is the re-compete of the agency's current CAMEO, or CIO Application Maintenance, Enhancements, and Operations effort, which supports the main IT environment at the GSA Federal Acquisition Service (FAS).

GSA seeks support with agile delivery services, including IT management and governance, business process analysis, user-centered design, agile solution architecture and design, agile application development and configuration, analytics, integration, and SecDevOps.

"DMI is thrilled with the opportunity to support GSA with their digital transformation efforts," said DMI CEO, Jay Sunny Bajaj. "We look forward to providing GSA FAS with innovative solutions to help implement efficiencies, increase business capabilities, and drive value," he said.

About DMI

DMI, a leading end-to-end mobility company, combines all the skills and services necessary to deliver mobile enterprise solutions. Built to reinvent business for a connected world, DMI has expertise in enterprise-strength web and app development, IoT, digital commerce, analytics, brand and marketing, artificial intelligence and secure device and app management. The company's unique, integrated approach to mobility has resulted in its dramatic growth as well as an expanding client base, which includes hundreds of enterprise commercial clients, ten U.S. Federal Departments and a rapidly growing number of state and local governments.

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