IBM, BDO Join Government Technology & Services Coalition’s Mentor List; Kristina Tanasichuk Comments

IBM-logo, ExecutivemosaicThe Government Technology & Services Coalition has announced  that IBM and BDO have joined the organizations’ list of mentor companies that provide small and mid-sized homeland and national security companies with business advisory services.

As GTSC mentors, IBM and BDO will also provide small and mid-sized companies with assistance in finding teaming partners and information on prime-subcontractor relationships, GTSC said Thursday.

Kristina Tanasichuk, GTSC CEO, said the two companies have a “commitment to innovation, partnership and working to help our government partners achieve their mission while adjusting to increasing budgetary pressures.”

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Courtney Bromley, IBM homeland security and law enforcement vice president said company mentor-protege relationships ensures “collaboration, best practices and innovation, and delivering results for our customers.”

Other companies included in GTSC’s mentor list are SAIC, TASC, L-3 STRATIS, Battelle Memorial Institute, Harris and Engility.

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