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VREDENBURG WINS MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR CONTRACT TO SUPPORT NAVY'S AIRBORNE MINE COUNTERMEASURES PROGRAM OFFICE.

Vredenburg, a provider of professional & technical services and information technology solutions for government and commercial markets, has announced that it has been awarded a significant contract under the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) SeaPort contract system. The new contract supports the Airborne Mine Countermeasures (AMCM) program office within the Navy's Mine and Undersea Warfare Program Executive Office. The base year contract is Cost-Plus Fixed-Fee for $4.3 million. The contract also includes four Firm-Fixed Price options for a potential total contract value of $19.6 million.

Vredenburg and its team will provide the AMCM program office with a full range of services, including technical, financial management, program management, as well as logistics support. The primary focus is to assist the program office in meeting the cost, schedule, and technical goals of the organic AMCM programs that are in development, and to achieve the highest possible level of readiness for the dedicated systems within existing budgets.

"Having supported the Navy's Mine Warfare Community since 1974, we bring a high level of directly related experience and expertise that gives us a solid understanding of the challenges that the AMCM program office may face in the years ahead," said Chick Baboyian, president of Vredenburg. "We appreciate the Navy's continued confidence in Vredenburg's capabilities and are confident that our proven project management skills will be successful in assisting the AMCM Program Office to realize its goals and objectives."

Vredenburg, headquartered in Reston, Virginia, is a leading professional & technical services and information technology solutions company of over 300 employees that has supported government and commercial clients since 1968. The Professional & Technical Services business unit provides a wide range of project management and engineering solutions to Department of Defense and Civilian Agencies, including critical infrastructure protection, weapons systems acquisition, and financial and engineering management.

The Information Technology business unit of Vredenburg specializes in understanding clients' business processes and determining the most cost-effective integration of state-of-the-art technology via three core competencies: integration services, professional services, and software development, and provides document and content management solutions via the HighView suite of products, including the HighView for Oracle e-Business applications, for effective organization of information, processes, and transactions throughout an enterprise. In addition, Vredenburg offers fully automated Electronic Freedom of Information Act (VeFOIA) applications, Automated Declassification Systems (VeCLASS), as well as multi-media Electronic Case File Management Systems (VeCASE) for criminal justice, insurance claims, student registration, and other business processes. [sections]
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