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MicroTech Grabs Place on $2.5 Billion Army Vehicle; CEO Tony Jimenez Comments

MicroTech won a prime vendor spot on the Army’s Operations, Planning, Training and Resource Support Services contract, a vehicle of the Army Forces Command.

The contract carries an estimated total value of $2.5 billion.

The firm will support a variety of tasks, including operational planning and training.

“This strategic DoD-wide award validates our capabilities to join the battle and meet the most pressing challenges of Warfighters, ” CEO Tony Jimenez said. “MicroTech has a solid history of ID/IQ success with all service branches. OPTARSS II not only extends our capabilities across the DoD, but also showcases the competence of our staff of highly trained professionals – many of them military veterans – who understand the business of government and the demands of force support.”

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