Ed Sheehan: CTC Extends HR Re-Engineering Work for US Forest Service

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Concurrent Technologies Corp. has received $2.5 million in additional funds to continue its business and information systems support work for the U.S. Forest Service‘s human capital management technology branch.

The nonprofit organization said Friday it has carried out that work for Forest Service since 2008 and the new funds increase the contract’s total value to $15 million.

“CTC is pleased to have an opportunity to continue to support the USDA Forest Service, ” said Ed Sheehan, CTC’s president and CEO.

The contract covers services for collaboration and information sharing, streamlining systems, task efficiencies, technology deployment and report delivery to support the re-engineering of human resources business processes.

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