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USGS Awards Dev Technology a Contract for Agile Software Development

Dev Technology Group, Inc., a provider of IT services to mission critical clients, announced today that the United States Geological Survey (USGS) awarded Dev Technology a contract for agile software development for multiple web services for programmatic access to seismic design data.

As part of its mission to reduce loss due to natural hazards, the USGS provides services and tools that allow for repeatable and accurate access to seismic design values. Dev Technology will deliver a software design, a complete test harness, a continuous delivery pipeline, and the web services to support the USGS next generation of tools for access to this seismic design data.

“Dev Technology is excited to support United States Geological Survey in this effort to provide improved access to seismic data,” stated Susie Sylvester, Dev Technology Co-Founder and CEO. “The USGS is forward thinking in their agile development practices, and we are excited for this opportunity to work onsite with them in Golden, Colorado.”

About Dev Technology Group: Founded in 1998, Dev Technology Group is a woman-owned, small disadvantaged business (WOSB, SDB) delivering information technology services and solutions that protect and serve American citizens. Over half of Dev Technology’s work supports multiple components within the Department of Homeland Security. Other Departments supported include Justice, Defense, Agriculture, and Smithsonian. Dev Technology specializes in agile software development, database consulting services, biometric capture and integration solutions, and infrastructure management solutions. Dev Technology has been assessed at CMMI-DEV Level 2, is an ISO 9001:2015 certified organization, and is a recipient of multiple industry awards for innovation and growth.

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