PTFS Wins Position on $5.6B Intelligence Support Contract

ptfsServing as a member of the Concurrent Technologies team, Progressive Technology Federal Systems Inc. has won a position on an indefinite-delivery-indefinite-quantity Defense Intelligence Agency contract worth a potential $5.6 billion.

Teams will compete to provide support services for intelligence analysts, soldiers, defense planners, and defense and national security policy makers within the five year contract.

(Click Here, to read about the work Booz Allen is performing on the same contract.) 

PTFS played a role in the DIA SIA I contract where they were also a part of CTC’s team. 

The North Bethesda, Md.- based company has been providing the federal government with enterprise content management offerings since 1995.

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