Orizon wins Bureau of Engraving & Printing contract

Orizon Inc. has won a five-year, $4.5 million contract from the Treasury Department's Bureau of Engraving and Printing to provide programming and analytical support for Web development, the company announced today.

Orizon of Rockville, Md., will offer support services in areas including systems analysis, software application programming, software development and maintenance, and software integration.

The company also will provide database design, development and administration as well as information and data processing support and Web-based enhancements.

Orizon, a provider of IT and business solutions to the federal government, also has prime contracts with the departments of Defense, Housing and Urban Development and State.

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