PEC Solutions to Support Department of Education Office of Migrant Education Programs; Contract Valued at up to $6 Million.
The MSIE project will facilitate the exchange of information regarding migrant students between states, school systems, and ED for the purpose of sharing student records and determining the number of migratory children in each state. The system helps ED meet legislative mandates to ensure that all migrant students meet challenging state academic standards and graduate from high school with an education that prepares the student for responsible leadership, further learning, and productive employment.
PEC initially will provide support in a variety of program areas including user requirements definition, assessing the feasibility of technology used to link distributed databases, and supporting activities related to acquiring software and implementation activities to accomplish the MSIE system. PEC will optionally assist in other areas as the project proceeds by providing subject matter expertise to advise ED, providing analysis, performing independent validation and verification, performing quality assurance, and conducting performance monitoring.
About PEC Solutions, Inc.
PEC, founded in 1985, is a professional services firm that helps government clients harness the power of the Internet and other advanced technologies to improve mission performance. The company specializes in Web-Enabling Government(R) by providing secure, interoperable technology solutions for clients in homeland security, criminal justice and intelligence, defense, and civilian agencies within the federal government and at state and local levels. PEC is based in Fairfax County, Virginia, with offices around the United States. Visit the company on the Web at www.pec.com.
For more information, contact Martha Hill, PEC Director of Investor Relations, at 703-679-4900.
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