CivicActions wins $18M contract to redesign, migrate CMS websites
Lafayette, Calif. - The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services on Feb. 28 awarded CivicActions a $18.25 million contract for Web Experience and Content Management Services (WECMS), according to USASpending.gov.
The contract calls for a redesign of CMS.gov and Medicare.gov, as well as migrating the agency’s open data portals to new sites using DKAN, a free and open source open data platform.
The digital services agency, which started in 2004, specializes in user centered design, Drupal development, security and compliance, open data, and DevOps. CivicActions is also the core maintainer of DKAN.
The contract starts on March 2, 2020 and has two, one-year options to extend the project to June 1, 2023, up to a total of $18.25M.
Earlier this year, the firm was named to the GovTech Top 100 list for the fourth year in a row.
CivicActions is also a founding member of the Digital Services Coalition, a group of 16 companies dedicated to bringing the innovation and agility that has become the backbone of commercial digital services to the government.
For this contract, CivicActions is partnering with Fearless, another Digital Services Coalition member firm, in a Contractor Teaming Arrangement.