GAO IT Report Showcases MicroTech as Successful Federal Contractor

Vienna, VA - November 28, 2011 - Looking for some good news from the Federal government? How about a recent Government Accountability Office (GAO) study highlighting the success of technology systems integrator MicroTech as a prime contractor on a Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) contract? The Defense Global Combat Support System-Joint Increment 7 (GCSS-7) DISA program is being singled out by the GAO as a contract triumph for MicroTech.

In the Federal report released last month - "Critical Factors Underlying Successful Major Acquisitions" – the MicroTech GCSS-J logistical supplies contract was saluted as an acquisition program that best achieves cost, schedule, scope and performance goals. For the 2007 DISA contract, MicroTech provides technical management support for the current GCSS-J computer lab. Systems administration and security engineering support activities include research, design, and development, as well as incorporating infrastructure and new and existing IT systems. The statement of work expands to support the Base Realignment and Closure move to Fort Meade, Md.

MicroTech provides Technology Services, Systems Integration, Product Solutions, Unified Communications & Collaboration, Cloud Computing, and Innovation & Integration to the public sector, as well as Fortune 500 enterprises — managing more than half-a-million tech users daily. A prime contractor on more than 100 Federal projects and 28 procurement vehicles, MicroTech offers access to over 2500 vendors and over a million tech products and services across the government.

"With over 100 prime contracts, it's always gratifying when any of our programs are featured by the government as a resounding success," said Tony Jimenez, MicroTech President & CEO. "MicroTech knows the business of government and has received much praise over the years because of our solid service delivery based on international QMS standards, our proven business process, and our trademark customer service."

According to the official GAO report, all of the cited programs shared a few key characteristics that helped make the contract a success including the stability and consistency of the government and MicroTech personnel, and regular communication maintained between government officials and MicroTech throughout the performance period.

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