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InquisIT Wins $14.7M Army Intelligence and Security Command IT Support Contract

The technology company InquisIT LLC announced Thursday it won a $14.7 million contract with the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) at Ft. Belvoir, Va.

As part of the five-year contract, InquisIT LLC will provide enterprise IT infrastructure and application support to the Army. The company will be responsible for a wide range of IT services and help desk support for INSCOM, which conducts intelligence, security and information operations for military commanders and national decision makers, InquisIT said in a statement. Army INSCOM collects intelligence and provides warfighters with the actionable information so they can better understand the battlefield and leverage combat power.

“InquisIT was built by military and government service veterans who wanted to continue to serve their country,” said Mike McDermott, president of InquisIT. “Our legacy of service, combined with our cutting-edge capabilities in systems engineering, cybersecurity and software support, makes us an ideal partner for the Army. We’re proud and excited to begin work for them and to expand our presence in the Intelligence Community.”

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