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MicroTech Inks 5-Year $20 Million IT Support Contract; Tony Jimenez Comments

The Pentagon has selected technology systems integrator MicroTech as a prime vendor for the $20 million-plus Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs IT support services contract. The contract was awarded under the GSA IT Schedule 70 indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity multiple award schedule contract.

MicroTech will provide information resource management, IT operations support, application development, IT security services, integration services and configuration management to assist troops.

“The OASD-PA contract award allows MicroTech to play a vital role in keeping the important communications flow at the Defense Department up and running, ” said MicroTech President and CEO Tony Jimenez. “MicroTech has a well-established record of successfully supporting the U.S. military. Our staff of highly trained technical professionals — many of them military veterans — thoroughly understands the technology requirements of today’s military. This is yet another excellent opportunity to make a valuable mission-critical contribution to our most important customer – the warfighter.”

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