GTSI Announces Acquisition of Information Systems Consulting Group; CEO Sterling Phillips Comments

GTSI Corporation has today announced its acquisition of federal IT service provider Information Systems Consulting Group Inc. The deal will expand GTSI's software, database development and maintenance capabilities.

“The acquisition of InSysCo represents a significant step in executing our strategy of growing the professional services component of our business,“ said Sterling Phillips, GTSI's president and chief executive officer.

Headquartered in Fredericksburg, Va., InSysCo has a workforce of more than 110 employees and provides software development and support services for the federal civilian marketplace. InSysCo's President Danielle Johnson commented on the deal saying, GTSI shared her firm's commitment to the highest level of customer service.

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