No summer doldrums for Citizant’s fed contracts pursuit

Contractor nails down $42M in new work in third quarter

The third quarter of 2010 proved to be a lucrative three months for Citizant Inc.

The company won new government contracts that combined are worth approximately $42 million over the next five years, the company reported today.

The provider of enterprise architecture and business transformation services said the awards will generate $19 million in current task orders and up to $23 million through future sole-source task orders.

The new contracts include:

  • An enterprise architecture award from the Housing and Urban Development Department valued at $9.4 million over five years with an additional $7.5 million possible.
  • A business process re-engineering and application development contract from the Justice Department worth $4.5 million over 18 months.
  • An application development contract for the Homeland Security Department worth $4.1 million over 18 months, with an additional $15.9 million possible over five years.
  • An information assurance award from DHS worth $880,000 over three years.

Executives at the Chantilly, Va., company say they expect to hire more than 30 new employees as a result.

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David Hubler is the former print managing editor for GCN and senior editor for Washington Technology. He is freelance writer living in Annandale, Va.

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