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USPTO Taps 22nd Century Technologies for $146M IT End-User Support Contract

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has awarded 22nd Century Technologies a potential $146.4 million contract to provide information technology end-user support services to USPTO’s Office of the Chief Information Officer.

USPTO announced the contract award through a notice posted Thursday on FedBizOpps.

McLean, Virginia-based 22nd Century Technologies will work to help maintain operation readiness of the agency’s automated systems and the underlying IT infrastructure infrastructure.

Work includes desktop deployments and moves; warehouse operations support; audio visual support; technical writing and document development; test and evaluation hardware support; security operations and enterprise monitoring; network operations and maintenance; collaboration services; and advanced problem resolution.

The small business set-aside contract has a base period of 12 months along with four 12-month options.

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