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IntelliDyne Wins DOJ IT Support Contract; Tony Crescenzo Comments

IntelliDyneLogoIntelliDyne has won a potential $21 million contract to provide information technology support services to the U.S. Justice Department‘s antitrust division.

The five-year contract includes base and option years for work such as systems engineering and administering system operations, IntelliDyne said Wednesday.

Work will also include end-user and remote trial support.

Tony Crescenzo, IntelliDyne chief operating officer and chief strategy officer, said the company aims to help DOJ and other law enforcement agencies link business practices with information technology requirements.

IntelliDyne intends for this award to help grow its enterprise infrastructure management and enterprise collaboration practice, the company said.

DOJ’s antitrust division is responsible for enforcing the country’s antitrust laws and principles.

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