Greg Baroni on Attain’s GSA Schedule 70 Victory

Attain claimed a GSA Schedule 70 multiple award contract for information technology professional services.

According to the firm, “Attain’s five-year contract enables Federal, state and local government agencies convenient, direct access to Attain’s IT professional services through a streamlined procurement process. Under its Schedule 70 contract, Attain’s seasoned consultants will provide information technology services including, but not limited to, strategic IT planning, systems implementation, IT infrastructure support, applications management and maintenance, business process outsourcing, independent verification and validation, and systems security services.”

“We are pleased to provide the caliber of professional IT services necessary to address government agencies’ most critical challenges, improve their efficiency and performance, and help to achieve their missions, ” said Greg Baroni, chairman and chief executive officer of Attain. “Our Schedule 70 combined with our deep industry knowledge, responsiveness, and proven solutions will drive breakthrough results for our government clients, strengthen our relationships, and accelerate Attain’s continued growth.”

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