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Contract Award – Stanley, Inc. – $12.4 Million – Marine Corps

The Marine Corps has awarded Stanley, Inc. with a contract to provide support to the web portal program TIGER. The contract consists of one base year with four one year options and if all options are utilized, the contract will be worth $12.4 million.

Stanley will be responsible for providing technical support services to maintain and support the Total Information Gateway for Enterprise Resources (TIGER) program. Stanley will provide application enhancement, quality assurance, project management and service desk support, among other support services. The TIGER system brings together disparate information sources and provides an integrated web-based apps. Amy Ygbuhay, VP at Stanley, said “Stanley is honored to be a part of the mission to supply Marine Corps Systems Command personnel with the ability to access and share vital information through the TIGER portal. We look forward to providing the mechanism to support systems research and development and acquisition programs for the Marine Air-Ground Task Force expeditionary operations, which is at the forefront of this work.”

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