DHS renews software contract with Palantir for Investigative Case Management Services
Written by John Hewitt Jones
The Department of Homeland Security renewed a contract with Palantir for investigative case management software.
Under the terms of the tender, the artificial intelligence and analytics firm will provide services to the department’s Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) division. The contract is for $95.5 million over a period of five years.
The Investigative Case Management System is the DHS system of record that is used in all HSI investigative cases and by special agents, criminal analysts, and support personnel in the United States as well as outside the country.
DHS said it selected Palantir’s software for its speed of delivery, access controls and data protection.
This is the last contract awarded to the company by the US government. In April, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention extended and expanded a contract with the company for disease surveillance, although no details on the size were made public.
In an interview with FedScoop in August, Palantir COO Shyam Sankar said partnerships between the company and major hardware manufacturers would be key as it targets growth in its government business volume. federal.
“I think there’s a lot of value for the government customer when people who are really good at software come together with people who are really good at hardware and create an integrated offering that will provide the next generation with what that these customers need,” Sankar said. said at the time.
Commenting on the latest contract award, Palantir USG President Akash Jain said, “Every day, HSI personnel use Palantir’s software to execute on their mission to investigate and disrupt major criminal networks that threaten our national security and undermine our critical infrastructure.
“Every day, HSI personnel use Palantir software to execute on its mission to investigate and disrupt major criminal networks that threaten our national security and undermine our critical infrastructure,” Jain said. “The positive impact of this work is real, and Palantir’s software plays a vital role in making it possible. We remain firmly committed to HSI’s mission and to the special agents and analysts who drive that impact day in and day out.