Halifax wins defense contractor work

Halifax Corp. won a three-year renewal of a $10 million enterprise maintenance contract from a major aerospace and defense contractor, the company said today.

Charles McNew, Halifax's chief executive officer, declined to specify the contractor because of a restriction that prohibits naming the client. The new contract, which includes more services, follows a previous three-year $10 million deal that Halifax had with the same client, he said.

Based in Alexandria, Va., Halifax provides multivendor enterprise maintenance services to the government and commercial sectors. Some of its federal clients include the Army, Air Force, Defense Information Systems Agency and IRS. The company also provides services to state and local governments.

Halifax employed 438 workers as of the end of March and had $49.5 million in revenue for its fiscal year ended March 31.

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