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Fulcrum IT, CACI, GD, Others Move Forward with $469 Million IC Work

Fulcrum IT claimed a spot on the Joint Deployable Intelligence Support System, Engineering Technical Services Contract, a $469 million project.

According to the firm, Fulcrum IT will “support the JDISS mission by establishing and maintaining certified software / systems baselines, intelligence mission applications, and remote and on-site support for a wide spectrum of Department of Defense Intelligence Community producers and various other US and allied organizations.”

Fulcrum IT is teaming with CACI (NYSE: CACI), CenTauri, Crucial Point and General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) Information Technology.

“The JDISS program represents a long history of success supporting military operations worldwide.  Fulcrum IT is excited to have the opportunity to serve as the JDISS Systems Integrator supporting DoD organizations across broad boundaries of products and services, ” said Robert Blankenship, vice president, DoD and Intelligence at FulCrum IT.  “Our company continues to demonstrate engineering excellence providing leading edge technology to support our client’s mission areas.  Fulcrum IT’s technical leadership has proven to be a discriminator competing in the federal market place”.

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