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Army Picks Mission1st to Help Migrate Enterprise Systems; Richard Zareck Comments

Army Picks Mission1st to Help Migrate Enterprise Systems; Richard Zareck Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Information TechnologyMission1st Group has received a five-year, $35 million task order to support the transition of the U.S. Army's enterprise systems and develop an integration schedule for all of the service's enterprise information systems initiatives.

Mission1st's workforce will provide information technology advisory and assistance services to support the Program Executive Office Enterprise Information Systems and Project Director Enterprise Services, the company said Jan. 26.

“We’re extremely pleased to earn an additional opportunity to serve PEO EIS and its subordinate organizations,” said Richard Zareck II, Mission1st president and CEO.

The award is part of the potential $250 million Enterprise Information Technology Services indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract.

Princeton, New Jersey-based Mission1st provides engineering, information technology, cyber, advisory and assistance services to government customers including the Defense Department.

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