IRS Grants QinetiQ Subsidiary Contract

Apogen Technologies, a subsidiary of North America’s QinetQ, was granted a task order worth $7 Million by the Department of the Treasury under the Total Information Processing Support Services (TIPSS-3) Contract.

This new task order enables the two organizations to further their existing ten-year affiliation. QinetQ North America is tasked with providing IT support, including network and systems operations, customer support and help desk services, asset management support, and intranet design, to 2500 IRS attorneys and support staff.

David Riggs, Senior Vice President of QinetiQ North America’s Federal Solutions Business Unit, said “We are very pleased to continue our long relationship with the IRS Office of Chief Counsel…Delivering a reliable infrastructure that smoothes workflows and reduces manual workload is one of our core competencies, and we are delighted the customer has chosen to come to us for these services.”

Stephen Cambone, President of QinetiQ North America’s Mission Solutions Group added, “We have enjoyed a long relationship with the IRS, and the Chief Counsel in particular…and we look forward to extending and strengthening that relationship.”

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