GTSI to Continue IRS Tech, Program Support; Jeremy Wensinger Comments

Jeremy Wensinger

A subsidiary of GTSI Corp. has won $90 million in task orders to provide technology and program support services to the Internal Revenue Service, the company announced Tuesday.

InSysCo won the five orders under the Total Information Processing Support Services contract, known as TIPSS-4.

Jeremy Wensinger, GTSI’s chief operating officer, said these orders continue the company’s work with the IRS.

Work will include support for programs and projects involving the Affordable Care Act, modernization of a corporate account data engine, support of the agency’s master files area and custodial financial reporting.

Three of the task order awards are for work re-competed from the predecessor contract, known as TIPSS-3.

Two orders were re-competed under the follow-on TIPSS-4 vehicle.

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