Catapult Technology and US Army ITA Win Outsourcing Excellence Award for Best Partnership

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Catapult Technology and U.S. Army Information Technology Agency, Defense Continuity Integrated Network (USA ITA DCIN), have been awarded the Outsourcing Excellence Award in the category of Best Partnership by the Outsourcing Center, an online community for outsourcing best practices.

This award exemplifies our growth within the Department of Defense. We’re proud to have won this award for a working relationship that has been mutually beneficial.

Catapult Technology, Ltd., a leading Information Technology (IT) contractor to the federal market, announces that its partnership with the U.S. Army Information Technology Agency, Defense Continuity Integrated Network (USA ITA DCIN), has been awarded the Outsourcing Excellence Award for Best Partnership.

The Outsourcing Excellence Awards are presented by the Outsourcing Center, an organization that helps build a greater understanding of how organizations can create value through outsourcing.

Mark Hunker, Chief Operating Officer at Catapult, said, “Catapult has worked with the DCIN team since winning the contract in 2007. This award serves as an impressive reminder that Catapult as an industry leader, and it exemplifies our growth within the Department of Defense. We’re proud to have won this award for a working relationship that has been mutually beneficial.”

“The word ‘partnering’ is thrown around too loosely,” added John Scarcella, Senior Vice President of Enterprise Systems. “In reality, a customer has hired us not to be their partner, but to do their work. It’s a business relationship. On this contract, both Catapult and DCIN have a mutual trust and commitment to a common objective. That trust, coupled with transparently, has achieved remarkable results.”

In 2009, Catapult won the Outsourcing Excellence Award in the category of Best in IT Infrastructure category, recognizing Catapult's relationship with General Services Administration (GSA) on the $200 million GSA Infrastructure Technology Global Operations (GITGO) contract.

The 16th Annual Outsourcing Excellence Awards will be held on May 24th at the Gaylord Texan in Grapevine, TX.

About Catapult Technology
Catapult Technology is a leading Information Technology contracting firm that provides a wide array of information technology services to the federal government. The firm’s Technology and Management Solutions division serves civilian departments and agencies; its Enterprise Systems division serves defense and intelligence departments and agencies. Catapult was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland. Learn more at http://www.catapulttechnology.com.

About the Information Technology Agency
USA ITA is an agency of the U.S. Army whose mission is to provide reliable, secure, and cost-efficient information technology services to the Department of Defense community and other customers predominantly located within the National Capital Region. The Defense Continuity Integrated Network (DCIN) is a program within USA ITA that provides capabilities that help certain tenants within the Pentagon satisfy certain Continuity of Operations (COOP) and Continuity of Business (COB) objectives for mission-critical functions for the Department of Defense (DoD).

About Outsourcing Center
The Outsourcing Center conducts the annual awards program exclusively and is an online community specializing in thought leadership, best practices, and innovation in outsourcing. The Center also offers provider brand communication, go-to-market strategies and business intelligence services. Learn more at http://www.outsourcing-center.com

About the Outsourcing Excellence Awards
The Outsourcing Excellence Awards are selected by an independent panel of industry experts who evaluated numerous worldwide outsourcing relationships. In reviewing the nominations, judges select relationships that tangibly demonstrate best practices, create and sustain a competitive advantage, provide business transformation, achieve compelling value, and significantly benefit both buyer and service provider over time.

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