STG wins Army IT support services task order

STG Inc. won a $53 million task order to provide an enterprisewide information technology infrastructure for the Army Test and Evaluation Command, the company announced Aug. 21.

Under the seven-year project, STG of Fairfax, Va., will provide customer support, enterprise network management, IT logistics and administrative services at the command headquarters in Alexandria, Va., the Army Evaluation Command's location in Aberdeen, Md., and the Operational Test Command headquarters in West Fort Hood, Texas.

"This award demonstrates the commitment of the Army to ensure their infrastructure complements long-range knowledge management goals and objectives," said Tony Tolin, senior vice president of STG's engineering services and solutions division.

The task order was awarded through the Commerce Department's COMMITS contract.

Founded in 1986, STG now employs more than 1,200 people with more than 80 percent holding secret-level clearance or higher. The company has estimated 2003 revenue growth of 40 percent.

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