FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Solutions By Design II, LLC Awarded HUD ADMIN LEGACY
Solutions By Design II, LLC to continue to support U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Administrative Legacy
Vienna, Va. - April 19, 2017 – Solutions By Design II, LLC (SBD) is pleased to announce it was awarded a task order to continue to support the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Administrative Legacy (Admin Legacy) project. SBD provides management support, user support, training, steady state maintenance support and development, modifications, and enhancements to HUD’s Office of Chief Human Capital (OCHCO) systems.
SBD provides support services to assist with the operations, maintenance, and system development for HUD’s legacy web-based systems. SBD provides support to assist OCIO with consolidating their legacy systems into core applications that are used to deliver administrative support and customer service nationwide to assist HUD employees. SBD provides continuous maintenance releases to ensure the web applications and IT systems align with HUD’s technical architecture.
“We bring a unique set of characteristics that reduce risk and create value for HUD OCHCO, including our delivery approach, understanding of the HUD technical environment, and proven experience with the technologies involved in this program,” said Rod Volz, Vice President, “We are honored to continue to support HUD’s mission-critical goals.”
SBD has supported HUD since 2015 and continues to mix our deep customer expertise with innovative, high-quality, and value-driven solutions enabling HUD to focus on their very important mission.
ABOUT SBD: SBD is a technology services and management consulting company, serving clients domestically and abroad. For nearly 30 years, we have delivered technically innovative, reliable, and cost-effective solutions, services, and products to our federal customers. SBD combines unparalleled experience and comprehensive capabilities across Civilian, Health, Defense and Intelligence Agencies within the federal government.
Surian Sidoni, Marketing and Communications