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MicroTech Awarded Five-Year DISA Contract

Today, MicroTech announced a  five-year contract award with the U.S. Defense Informations Systems Agency (DISA). MicroTech will be providing technical and management support for the Global Combat Support System-Joint Computer Lab program.

MicroTech is an established Prime contractor with over 100 federal, state and local projects. While MicroTech stands as a smaller government contracting company, this is a big contract award.  MicroTech will also be providing Information Systems and Lab Systems support, and Security Engineering support activities such as research, design and development. They will also be supporting the Base Realighment and Closure move to Fort Meade, MD.

The contract was awarded through GSA”s Veterans Technology Services GWAC program.

“The DISA GCSS-J award provides us with an excellent opportunity to make a valuable mission-critical contribution to our most important customer – the Warfighter, ” said Tony Jimenez, President and CEO of MicroTech. “We are very excited about offering MicroTech’s award-winning technology and engineering solutions in support of this very important DISA program, leveraging our technical expertise, program management experience, and our ability to meet the challenges of the defense industry to support our Warfighters in the twenty-first century.”

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