News | April 28, 2017

CSRA Applauds Introduction Of Modernizing Government Technology Act

Falls Church, VA /PRNewswire/ - CSRA Inc. (NYSE: CSRA) praised the introduction of a new bill to update the federal government's technology and systems. The bill, known as the Modernizing Government Technology Act, was introduced by Congressmen Will Hurd, Robin Kelly, and Gerry Connolly. Senators Jerry Moran, Tom Udall and a bipartisan group of their colleagues introduced companion legislation in the Senate.

"On behalf of CSRA, I support the Modernizing Government Technology Act (MGT Act), which is a shining example of forward-looking leadership from Congress to help move the government into the 21st century," said CSRA's President and CEO Larry Prior. "I salute Congressman Will Hurd, Congresswoman Robin Kelly, Congressman Gerry Connolly, Senator Moran, Senator Udall, and the entire bipartisan, bicameral coalition who have brought us to this moment of opportunity. We urge the support of the entire Congress for this legislation, which is a kick-start in creating a government as dynamic and innovative as America itself."

CSRA sent a letter in support of this legislation this afternoon. Click here to view the full letter.

About CSRA Inc.
CSRA (NYSE: CSRA) solves our nation's hardest mission problems as a bridge from mission and enterprise IT to Next Gen, from government to technology partners, and from agency to agency. CSRA is tomorrow's thinking, today. For our customers, our partners, and ultimately, all the people our mission touches, CSRA is realizing the promise of technology to change the world through next-generation thinking and meaningful results. CSRA is driving towards achieving sustainable, industry-leading organic growth across federal and state/local markets through customer intimacy, rapid innovation and outcome-based experience. CSRA has over 18,000 employees and is headquartered in Falls Church, Virginia. To learn more about CSRA, visit Think Next. Now.

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