STG Wins SEC IT Project Mgmt Order Under $20B NIH IDIQ; Simon Lee, Bob Phoebus Comments

STGlogoSTG Inc. has won a potential $12 million task order to help the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission manage information technology projects, the company announced Thursday.

The company won the potential four-year order to work with the SEC’s IT office under the National Institutes of Health’s potential 10-year, $20 billion indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity CIOSP-3 contract.

Simon Lee, STG chairman and CEO, said the company adds the SEC as a new customer for its financial services portfolio.

“STG will work closely with SEC OIT staff to advise on IT, engineering, architecture and user support improvements,” said Bob Phoebus, senior vice president of business development and strategic planning.

STG will provide a team of professional IT managers with extensive credentials and training to support projects at the SEC.

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