MIL scores FAA technical, financial work

The MIL Corp. will provide information technology and financial support to the Federal Aviation Administration under a new seven-year contract. The deal is worth $110 million.

MIL, based in Bowie, Md., is responsible for a range of services under the contract, including program analysis and planning, systems integration support, user support, technical writing and training. In addition, the company will provide Oracle application expertise and support for report development.

The contract also calls for the company to assist the reporting and accounting operations for the agency's chief financial officer, and to assess the agency's processes for asset capitalization and other financial operations.

MIL will bring partners Futrend Technology Inc., Regis and Associates PC and SREE Consulting Inc. to carry out some of the contracted duties.

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Technology journalist Michael Hardy is a former FCW editor.

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