Cyios wins Army enterprise services deal

Cyios Corp. has won a five-year, $84 million contract to support business requirements of the headquarters of the Army Information Management Support Center, the company announced Tuesday.

Washington-based Cyios will provide a variety of enterprise services, including customer liaison and communications; information technology service-level development; customer requirements; accreditation and certification support; engineering; management support; technical writing and public relations.

Cyios also will support the client's Desktop Realignment Initiative, which focuses on incorporating industry best practices, service-level measurements and upgrades in technology and standardization.

The company's project team includes Technical Management Services Inc. and Management Systems Designers Inc.

Cyios offers systems integration, business process mapping and knowledge management services to the Defense Department.

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