AlphaInsight takes Interior Dept. software contract
- By Roseanne Gerin
- Nov 22, 2004
Information technology firm AlphaInsight Corp. won a five-year, $5.2 million contract for software development services from the Interior Department ? National Business Center at Fort Huachuca, Ariz., the company said today.
Under the contract, which is for one year with four one-year options, the company will provide mostly Web applications development and mission-critical applications for the executive director's office at the National Business Center, said Kwang Kim, AlphaInsight's founder and president. These applications will assist with personnel, inventory, management and tracking.
The National Business Center provides services related to automated systems, such as federal payroll, acquisitions and procurement data. Its Fort Huachuca location offers solutions through administrative systems, operations and professional contract award and servicing.
AlphaInsight only does business with the federal government. Its other customers include the Commerce, Homeland Security and State departments, the Drug Enforcement Administration, the FBI, National Institutes of Health, the Pentagon, Army and Air Force and the White House. The Interior Department's National Business Center is a new federal client for the company, Kim said.
Web applications development, especially portal applications development, is half of AlphaInsight's work for the federal government, while a combination of network management, network engineering and information assurance accounts for the rest, Kim said.
AlphaInsight is privately owned and employs 330 people at its headquarters in Falls Church, Va., and at satellite offices in Maryland, New Jersey and South Carolina. It posted revenue of approximately $30 million in 2003 and expects revenue of more than $36 million in 2004, Kim said.