TechTeam Wins Deal to Help DoD with Technical Support; Dave Kriegman Comments

TechTeam (Nasdaq: TEAM) won a deal from the Department of Defense Office of the Deputy Chief Management Officer (DCMO) to perform technical support services.

The deal is worth one year at $2.5 million with two option years.

TechTeam will work to support enterprise information exchange for the Office of the Secretary of Defense and support the DCMO in a bid to improve performance.

“The federal government is characterized by persistent change, and we know that agencies must continuously adapt to ever-evolving mandates, policies, priorities, systems, technologies and business processes – especially in the enterprise architecture field, ” David Kriegman, president of TechTeam Government Solutions, said. “Using TechTeam’s leading-edge enterprise architecture capabilities and innovative practices, as well as our world-class program management and consulting skills, we look forward to helping DCMO meet its mission: to support the warfighter and manage the enterprise architecture sources of the future Department of Defense.”

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