Gray Hawk wins Web services deal with Bureau of Engraving

Gray Hawk Systems Inc. of Alexandria, Va., won a five-year contract from the Bureau of Engraving and Printing to host and manage the agency's Web site.

Under the $3.7 million contract, Gray Hawk will help the bureau migrate the Web site to a commercial hosting and application management service environment. delivers access to information on the agency's activities, business opportunities, the bureau's online store and other information such as how to spot counterfeit currency.

"The Bureau of Engraving and Printing award allows Gray Hawk to bring best practices in information technology and telecommunications services to assist the [bureau] in serving the public," said Steve Komlo, vice president of Gray Hawk's IT and telecommunications division.

Gray Hawk is a privately held company with more than 450 employees. It is ranked No. 30 on Washington Technology's Fast 50 list of the fastest-growing government contractors.

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