Nebraska re-ups Dyntek for management services

Dyntek Inc. has won a $4 million contract extension from the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services to continue providing child support management services, the company announced this week. The contract extension runs through July 2007.

Under the contract, Dyntek of Irvine, Calif., will provide the department's child support enforcement unit with a full-service child support call center.

The child support enforcement program helpa children obtain financial support from both parents, enables current public assistance recipients to end their reliance on welfare and helps prevent single parents from entering public assistance.

Dyntek, a provider of technology, management solutions and cybersecurity solutions to state and local government, has about 250 employees and annual sales of $52.6 million, according to Hoover's Online of Austin, Texas.

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