WASHINGTON – Rigil was awarded a five year $34M contract by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to provide a wide range of support services related to the Corporate Work Plan (CWP) system. CWP is the FAA’s system associated with the establishment, modernization, and sustainment of National Airspace System (NAS) systems and infrastructure.
Rigil has a long history of successfully serving and working closely with our federal customers. For the FAA, Rigil will provide support services in the areas of IT Modernization, Cybersecurity, Program/Project Management, Custom Tools Lifecycle Support, Change Management, Applications Support, Infrastructure and Operations Support, and Help Desk Support.
“We are extremely proud of this contract award. It represents a strong recognition of Rigil’s and our teaming partners’ capabilities. It is a testament to our continued excellence in service and dedication to our customers, as well as our ability to adapt to a challenging business and market environment. Rigilites always provide best in class, value-added solutions and services to our clients, and we look forward to doing the same for the FAA on the Corporate Work Plan program and system,” said Rakhi Sharma, President and CEO.
Rigil is an award-winning strategy, technology, and products company committed to making life better for every individual and community they support. Founded in 2005 as a woman-owned business, Rigil had one premise: There is always a better way. A better way to serve customers, deliver solutions, and foster a balanced working community. Learn more at www.rigil.com.