Northrop to Help IRS Develop Shared Infrastructure; Ed Sturms Comments

Ed Sturms
Ed Sturms

Northrop Grumman (NYSE:NOC) has won a five-year, $62.2 million contract to develop an integrated and shared infrastructure for the Internal Revenue Service.

The company’s information technology professionals and subject matter experts will perform architecture, engineering and development services under the task order, Northrop said Wednesday.

The contractor will also lead a team comprising Strategic Technology Partners, JayTech, APEX Systems, TEKsystems and ManpowerGroup‘s public sector under the IRS infrastructure shared services program.

“We welcome the opportunity to build on the trusted partnership we have developed with the IRS, ” said Ed Sturms, vice president and general manager of civil division at Northrop Grumman.

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