Altamira Secures Contract to Upgrade Intelligence Community’s Mission-Critical Enterprise System

Altamira Secures Contract to Upgrade Intelligence Community's Mission-Critical Enterprise System - top government contractors - best government contracting eventAltamira Technologies is set to modernize a critical system for the U.S. Intelligence Community in line with a $25M multi-year contract designed to support the organization's national security efforts.

The company will facilitate enterprise system upgrades to develop the resilience of technological platforms following the release of recent IC regulations, Altamira said Thursday.

Altamira President Jonathan Moneymaker said that the award adds to the company's track record of providing mission-critical supply chain management and engineering services in support of the national security community.

The IC is an alliance of 16 U.S. intelligence agencies within federal executive departments that conduct various intelligence activities that support the nation's national security and foreign policy operations.

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