GSA adds LexisNexis ID software to governmentwide vehicle

The General Services Administration awarded a $700,000 governmentwide contract Wednesday to LexisNexis Special Services Inc. for a variety of identity management, big data and analytics software, the company announced Wednesday.

The General Services Administration awarded a $700,000 governmentwide contract to LexisNexis Special Services Inc. for a variety of identity management, big data and analytics software, the company announced Wednesday.

The contract, awarded under GSA’s Professional Services Schedule 520, has a five-year base with three five-year options, designed to support the federal financial community.

The company will offer the services of its data analysts, software engineers and program managers to agencies on the contract, as well as its identity management technologies, including Accurint for Government, LexisNexis Instant Verify, LexisNexis Instant Authenticate and LexisNexis Risk Solutions.

“Government agencies can use LNSSI’s technology and services for applications such as identity verification, fraud discovery and revenue recovery, as well as for protecting the integrity of federal benefits programs,” according to a press release.

Samantha Ehlinger

Written by Samantha Ehlinger

Samantha Ehlinger is a technology reporter for FedScoop. Her work has appeared in the Houston Chronicle, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, and several McClatchy papers, including Miami Herald and The State. She was a part of a McClatchy investigative team for the “Irradiated” project on nuclear worker conditions, which won a McClatchy President’s Award. She is a graduate of Texas Christian University. Contact Samantha via email at, or follow her on Twitter at @samehlinger. Subscribe to the Daily Scoop for stories like this in your inbox every morning by signing up here:

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