Citizant Books New Contracts; Plans to Expand Workforce

Citizant expects to add some 40 new employees in 2011 after booking eight contracts worth $61 million.

The firm booked work with the departments of Justice, Homeland Security, and Housing and Urban Development.

“It’s a tremendous honor to be able to help government organizations tackle significant challenges in areas that affect the lives of all Americans, ” Senior VP of Sales and Marketing Paul Bize said. “Through our increased mission focus on law enforcement and national security, combined with our historical expertise in enterprise architecture, Citizant is earning the trust of new customers, even as we’re expanding our support to current customers in new areas.”

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