Sacramento-based M Corp has recently won four IT contracts with the State of California, the firm announced in a press release.
The contracts are with the California Employment Development Department, Department of Fish and Game, State Lands Commission and the Department of Motor Vehicles, all together worth more than $1.2 million.
“These new contracts showcase our unique methodologies and roadmap models that maximize the skills and knowledge of our employees in various areas,” said M Corp partner Alex Castro, in a statement.
According the release, under the new contracts, the firm will:
- Perform required testing on EDD’s Disability Insurance Application system during the next several months,
- Conduct a comprehensive business analysis on the Department of Fish and Game’s Automated License Data System to prepare for the end of the current vendor contract in 2015,
- Work with Premier IT Solutions to support the implementation of a Testing Center of Excellence by providing training to DMV staff; and,
- Support two systems that the California State Lands Commission uses for tracking invasive species through the ballasting practices of vessels entering California waters, and for the Oil Spill Prevention System to monitor the loading and off-loading of petroleum products from vessels and barges to onshore facilities.