September 18, 2018

Creative Systems and Consulting Awarded FAA eFast Contract

McLean, VA

Creative Systems and Consulting (Creative), a leading federal provider in cloud-based services, announced that it has been awarded the FAA eFAST Contract. The Electronic Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Accelerated and Simplified Tasks (eFAST) is the FAA's preferred contracting vehicle for small business contracts. The eFAST contract vehicle qualifies Creative to participate in the procurement process for awards in multiple Functional Areas.

Creative’s eFAST award includes the following functional areas: Air Transportation Support (ATS); Business Administration & Management (BAM); Research & Development (R&D); Engineering Services (ES); Computer Systems Support (CSS); Computer/Information Systems Development (CSD); Documentation & Training (D&T);

“We are very excited and honored about this award and look forward to working with FAA,” said Vanitha Khera, CEO of Creative Systems and Consulting.  “The combination of cloud technology expertise along with our CMMI Level 3 certified Agile development processes will enable our team to deliver highly effective solutions to FAA.”

About Creative Systems and Consulting

Creative is a certified SBA 8(a), WOSB, ISO 9001, ISO 20000, ISO 270001 and CMMI Level 3 firm. We offer broad range of Business and Technology consulting services by leveraging our extensive experience in providing cost effective Cloud SaaS and PaaS based solutions to Federal Government. Creative offers leading capabilities for Data Center Consolidation support and Enterprise Program Management.

 

Creative partners with the world’s leading and most innovative cloud-solution providers like Salesforce.com (Silver partner), Microsoft Dynamics CRM and ServiceNow. We have a proud track record of over 50 government, non-profit and commercial cloud implementations using Agile methodology in the Washington DC area and Nationwide.

 

For more information about our success, please visit: http://creativesyscon.com/


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