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Vencore to Continue Support for GSA Public Buildings IT Service; Mac Curtis Comments

Mac Curtis
Mac Curtis

TYSONS CORNER, VA, Nov. 18, 2016 — Vencore will continue to support the General Services Administration‘s Public Buildings Information Technology Services effort under a potential five-year, $27 million re-compete contract, ExecutiveBiz said Wednesday.

The company said Tuesday it will maintain the PB-ITS’ Occupancy Agreement, OA Billing, Rent Estimate and Appraisal Data Systems applications, as well as the extranet version of the Electronic Occupancy Agreement OA tool.

“[We] are excited to continue our partnership with GSA to help streamline and transform the enterprise applications that are critical to the PBS-IT mission, ” said Mac Curtis, Vencore president and CEO.

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