USDA Awards Evoke Task Order to Provide Consulting Services to DA

USDA Awards Evoke Task Order to Provide Consulting Services to DA
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The Department of Agriculture (USDA) has awarded Evoke Consulting a 36-month task order under the ITGMSS Blanket Purchase Agreement to provide strategic consulting services to the Departmental Administration (DA), the company announced on Thursday.  

Under the contract, Evoke will partner with the DA to develop a shared services model and enhance the IT Organization’s strategy, policies, and procedures, enabling delivery of effective administrative programs that meet USDA organizations’ needs.

The DA will provide essential services for USDA in human resources policy and planning, procurement policy and operations, property management, homeland security and small and disadvantaged business utilization.  

The administration has leveraged its experience in IT portfolio management, enterprise architecture and strategic planning. Evoke will help accelerate DA’s organizational maturity and achievement of the goals established by leadership.   

Evoke will utilize its experts to enhance the resilience and compliance of systems through an IT Security Roadmap and the establishment of asset management practices and procedures.

About Evoke

Since our inception, we have worked to significantly raise the expectations of our workforce and the organizations we serve. Our dedication to each employee is expressed with unwavering support, personalized career mapping and opportunities to apply existing and newfound expertise to diverse initiatives.

The pride we all have in the business stems from the culture the dedicated staff embody every day—the staff Evoke’s clients align themselves to as trusted partners to impact their organization’s missions and communities. As Evoke continues to enjoy tremendous growth, we still refer to it as an experiment. That’s because it represents the same ideas it was originally built upon. And because it’s always evolving to best serve those who define it and rely on it.

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