Reston, Virginia (PRWEB) June 14, 2013
CRGT Inc., a leading provider of full life-cycle IT services and an expert in emerging technology solutions for the Federal Government, today announced the award of a new four-year, $4 million contract with the U.S. Army Chemical Materials Activity (CMA). The CMA mission is to enhance national security by storing and ultimately eliminating US chemical warfare materiel (CWM), and supporting CWM responses. The award was made to CRGT through the National Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment (NITAAC) CIO-SP3 contract.
CRGT has been supporting the CMA for 14 years, providing systems analysis, computer programming, and systems and network systems operation services, as well as managing all equipment and software required for the electronic document management application, the Document Control System (DCS). CRGT has supported the implementation of dynamic enterprise strategies – defining, designing, and deploying cutting-edge IT solutions to enhance CMA’s business processes.
“We are very proud to participate in this vital process for the protection of U.S. citizens,” said CRGT CEO and President Tom Ferrando. “Our history of working closely together with the CMA enables us to best support the program’s IT needs as the program continues.”
About CRGT Inc.
CRGT is a uniquely positioned, nimble IT services organization that offers Federal Government customers the flexibility and agility they have valued for over 28 years. CRGT has earned a proud track record of success across numerous innovative technology domains, including big data, spatially oriented analytics and visualization, enterprise mobility, and cyber security. CRGT’s customers include the DoD, DHS, DOT, and the USPS. For additional information on CRGT, please visit http://www.crgt.com.
Based on its experience and ability to leverage buying power, NITAAC was designated by the OMB as an executive agent authorized to administer government-wide acquisition contracts (GWACs). These contracts were specifically designed to streamline the procurement process for information technology (IT) products and services, pursuant to Section 5112e of the Clinger Cohen Act of 1996.
The NITAAC GWACs are available to all federal civilian and DoD agencies. Prices have been pre-competed and pre-negotiated for below market pricing, so customers are assured of real value in a competitive IT market. NITAAC is the only executive agent with three GWACs for products, services and solutions, enabling delivery of a broad scope of mission critical IT with confidence. http://nitaac.nih.gov/nitaac/contracts/cio-sp3.