CRGT has won a potential four-year $4 million contract to provide information technology services to a U.S. Army unit responsible for managing chemical weapons.
The Chemical Materials Activity awarded the contract through the National Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment CIO-SP3 vehicle, CRGT said Friday.
CIO-SP3 is a governmentwide vehicle worth up to $20 million over 10 years.
“We are very proud to participate in this vital process for the protection of U.S. citizens, ” said Tom Ferrando, CRGT CEO and president.
CRGT has supported CMA computer programs and network systems for 14 years by managing software and equipment for controlling electronic documents.
The company also helped the CMA design and implement IT platforms for the agency’s business processes.