Honolulu, HI– RevaComm Inc. (RevaComm), a leader in Agile Software Development, DevSecOps, and User-Centered Design, is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a SBIR Phase III IDIQ contract (ceiling value of $390M) with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to tackle the Continuous Automation and Verification Engine Initiative, also known as BATcave, that is a PaaS DevSecOps Solution to help application development organizations (ADO) develop, build, secure, test, and deploy software application solutions within CMS.
RevaComm has gathered a team of industry-leading partners from across the DevSecOps space that will continue to build on the success of CMS’s cloud transformation and their embrace of cloud-native solutions to bolster its security posture. In addition to reinforced security, CMS can also decrease its time to delivery by scaling its current DevSecOps solutions to include enhanced testing, vulnerability scanning, and continuous monitoring of applications through their DevSecOps pipeline. This streamlines the process to check code for its compliance with security requirements and enhances the end user’s experience by reducing downtime caused due to security issues. The project will also help CMS identify weaknesses in applications before they are released into production environments, thereby greatly minimizing security risks and project its software supply chain by enforcing zero trust principles, aligning with the White House’s Executive Order on cybersecurity.
“RevaComm is delighted to work with CMS and its Chief Information Security Officer, Robert Wood, along with our partner companies; Aquia, Clarity, Defense Unicorns, Fearless, Oteemo, and VivSoft, to further its mission of delivering high-quality healthcare coverage to Americans,” said RevaComm President Brett Kimura. “We are excited for this opportunity to provide our expertise in Agile software development, Cloud and Kubernetes infrastructure, DevSecOps, and user-centered design and help transform how CMS delivers software solutions to its constituents.”
“This award reflects our commitment to providing world-class solutions in healthcare, which includes designing the best possible software architecture for both legacy systems as well as new development efforts. We’re excited about our partnership with CMS on this project,” he added.
CMS is a federal government agency within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) that administers Medicare, Medicaid, and other health care programs. Founded in 1965, CMS is now responsible for the health and well-being of millions of Americans, including seniors, individuals with disabilities, and children.