Catapult Technology Exhibits at GSA Training Conference and Expo in Orlando, FL May 4-6, 2010

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Bethesda, MD-based Catapult Technology is exhibiting at the GSA Training Conference and Expo, May 4-6, 2010 in Orlando, FL. Catapult will be in booth #517 on the show floor at the Orange County Convention Center. Company representatives will be on hand to discuss Catapult's work with GSA on the $200 million GSA Global Infrastructure Technology (GITGO) contract and how it can work with other GSA organizations through its contract vehicles, including GSA 8(a) STARS; GSA Schedule 70; and GSA VETS.

Catapult has been a regular exhibitor at the GSA Expo for years

Catapult Technology, Ltd., a leading Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned (SDVO) Information Technology (IT) contractor to the federal government, announces that it will be an exhibitor at the GSA Training Conference and Expo, May 4-6, 2010 in Orlando, FL. Catapult will be in booth #517 on the show floor at the Orange County Convention Center.

"Catapult has been a regular exhibitor at the GSA Expo for years,” said Randy J. Slager, CEO, Chairman, and founder of Catapult Technology. “GSA is our largest customer, so we’re proud and excited to be exhibiting again this year and being available to talk to other potential GSA customers about Catapult’s wide array of information technology, management consulting, program management, and human capital solutions.”

GSA is the prime contractor on the $200 million GSA Infrastructure Technology Global Operations (GITGO) contract, which is a huge consolidation, as well as change management, effort within GSA. Catapult won the five-year GITGO contract in 2007. The contract nearly doubled Catapult’s revenue as a result of the contract and helped propel the company to the next level of service for its nationwide roster of clients.

Catapult has a wide range of federal contracts available to meet customers’ specific IT needs. These contracts include Government Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWACS), Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) contracts, and Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs) based upon GSA Schedule rates. The GSA contracts under which Catapult operates include: GSA 8(a) STARS (Streamlined Technology Acquisition Resources for Services); GSA Schedule 70; and GSA VETS (Veterans Technology Services).

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