IntelliDyne wins $21M IT support contract with Justice division

Contract marks the capture of a new federal customer.

IntelliDyne has won a five-year $21 million information technology support contract with the Justice Department’s Antitrust Division.

Under the contract, IntelliDyne will support the division through project management, administrative services, end-user support services, systems operations administration, systems engineering and development, security and remote trial support, the company said in a release.

The contract is the first work IntelliDyne has won with that part of Justice.

The Antitrust Division’s mission is to promote competition within the U.S. economy through enforcement of antitrust laws and principles, as well as improvements to them and education about them, IntelliDyne said.

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