Mark Jendzejec Comments on STG’s DEA Contract Win

STG claimed the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) IT Support Services contract for Worldwide Field Offices and HQ.

As part of the deal, STG “will provide onsite IT staff to support and maintain stable, secure and responsive mission critical IT services for DEA headquarters and field offices worldwide. The award is worth more than $43 million over 5 years.”

“As the right-sized company, STG was able to offer DEA best-in-breed ITIL/IT service management (ITSM)-based practices applied consistently at headquarters and in the field, a single point-of-contact PM leading an integrated team, and the proven ability to rapidly transition critical support, ” said Mark Jendzejec, STG Senior Vice President, Civil Agencies Sector. “It was a solution unique to STG — a smaller company would not have the resources to provide the necessary support; a larger company would lack the flexibility to deliver the level of reachback support afforded by our organization.”

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