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QinetiQ Wins $39M GSA Contract

QinetiQ has been awarded a $39 million contract to supply the General Services Administration with an inventory system to facilitate management of GSA’s real estate.


The inventory system will replace the existing system at the GSA Public Building Service, which currently manages 354 million square feet of offices, and other buildings.


QinetiQ’s Mission Solutions group will create software that operates on a service-oriented technology platform. The company has already developed a similar program for GSA’s Public Service Buildings Service and the platform will aid software on it to communicate to complete specific tasks.  


 Senior vice president of Federal Solutions at QinetiQ North America, David Riggs, remarked “Our expertise in service oriented software development and government real estate management will help us deliver an outstanding solution to the GSA.”


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