Teracore Receives $31.5M Award for TSA Sys Eng & Tech Assist

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has awarded Teracore, a prime contract to provide systems engineering and technical assistance to the Operations and Engineering Division (OED) of the Component’s Office of Information Technology.

The mixed type, multiple year contract has a value of $31.5M.

OED provides IT infrastructure and technical support to the TSA mission. This support is provided to all TSA sites, personnel and contractors.

Teracore will serve as technical and operational oversight and advisory services for the IT infrastructure support contract within TSA’s portfolio to include ITIP Bridge, IMPACT, and DHS Data Center task orders.

Task areas include Quality Assurance and Oversight, Technical and Business Operations Support for Cloud and As-A Service, Business and Management Support, and Technical Oversight Support for Cloud, XaaService and Data Center Migration Activities.

“Having supported TSA since 2006, we are thrilled to have been chosen for this engagement. We will leverage our management and technical consulting expertise to continue to support the TSA mission to secure the U.S. transportation systems,” said Luis Perez, Teracore’s president and chief executive officer.


Teracore is a VetBiz Certified Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) headquartered in Atlanta, GA with offices in the Washington, D.C. metro area.

For more than 14 years, we have provided process-driven management and enterprise IT consulting services across the Federal Government to solve their most difficult challenges. Teracore has previously received the DHS Small Business Achievement Award in recognition of sustained exceptional support of the homeland security mission.