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DSA Receives SBA Approval for Mentorship of Harmony Technology; Fran Pierce Comments

TYSONS CORNER, VA, May 10, 2018 — The Small Business Administration has approved the participation of Data Systems Analysts in a Mentor-Protege Program to support Harmony Technology‘s business development efforts, ExecutiveBiz reported Wednesday.

DSA said it will provide management, technical and administrative services to help HarmonyTech, a McLean, Va.-based information technology firm, compete for government contracts.

“It is a special privilege for us to be approved as a mentor to Harmony Tech, a firm that shares DSA’s passion for supporting its customers through the delivery of the highest quality services and by achieving the highest levels of customer satisfaction,” said Fran Pierce, chairman and CEO at DSA.

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