CNSI wins $17M in task orders from two Maryland agencies

CNSI has won contracts with two Maryland state agencies totaling $17 million to provide information technology development and support services.

Under the first task order, awarded by the Maryland State Highway Authority, CNSI will provide application portfolio business services, and will continue to provide the agency’s business applications development and maintenance.

This task order was awarded under the Consulting and Technical Services Master Contract, or CATS+, the company said in a release.

The second task order, awarded by the Maryland Port Administration, calls on CNSI to continue providing programming and database management support services for the next five years.

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