Catapult takes on IT capital planning, investment services for NSF

$12M contract gives a boost to firm's strategic consulting business

Catapult Technology has won a $12 million contract with the National Science Foundation to provide information technology capital planning and investment control/acquisition/portfolio/strategy services.

The contract was won under the GSA’s Schedule 70 vehicle. Catapult will provide services including capital and budget planning, business process improvement and assistance with acquisition of equipment and services, the company said in a release.

Catapult Technology’s team on the contract includes Portfolionix and JK & Co.

“The trend across the government is a focus on cost savings and wisest use of agency funds. Catapult is right there helping NSF with that goal. This contract, won on a full-and-open basis, reinvigorates our Strategic Consulting division as we help NSF with their mission in the most cost-effective manner,” said Mark Hunker, Catapult president and CEO.

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