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Tina Dolph: Need for Efficiency, Integration Drives Govt Services Focus on Data, Tech

Corp_Dolph_smallTYSONS CORNER, VA July 21, 2015 — Tina Dolph, president of ASRC Federal’s information and technical solutions operating group, indicated that today’s government services market has come to depend on data and technology.

She told ExecutiveBiz in an exclusive interview posted Monday that ASRC’s subsidiaries are well positioned to provide these requirements, thanks to its product focus on data analytics and technology integration techniques.

“Our customers are looking for cost-effective turnkey solutions as the government tries to be more efficient. We are seeing a transformation in how services are procured and delivered, especially through IDIQs and GWACs, ” Dolph said.

“What will make an organization successful is being able to deliver and integrate technology advancements faster and in a more efficient manner… [helping customers] keep pace with their internal and external system demands.”

Click here to read Tina Dolph’s full interview on EBiz.

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