MULTIMAX, INC. ANNOUNCES SIGNIFICANT CONTRACT WINS.
The combined value to Multimax of the awards is nearly $25 million.
For the U.S. Air Force
For the U.S. Air Force, Multimax and its teaming partners, Titan Systems Corporation and Compaq Federal, are providing more than 40 highly trained and experienced IT professionals to support the Defense Security Service at Fort Meade, Md. The focus of these individuals is the daily operation of DSS's Case Control Management System (CCMS), a software application that supports the processing of all military, civilian and private sector security clearances and related actions. The Multimax team assumed responsibility on March 22, 2002, for all functions required to support CCMS operations, 24 hours per day, seven days per week.
This work was awarded competitively to Multimax as a task order under the company's Air Force Information Technology Services Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA). Titan Systems and Compaq Federal have previously provided IT services to support DSS at Fort Meade. The task order has an initial term of 10 months, with two one-year options.
Staffing under the task order includes Operating System, Network Software, and Database Specialists; System Operators; and Test Engineers.
For the U.S. Department of State
As of April 1, 2002, Multimax and its teaming partner, ITT Industries, Inc., Systems Division, will begin furnishing support personnel for the Domestic Communications Center (DCC) of the U.S. Department of State. The DCC processes all of the Department's incoming and outgoing telegraphic and electronic mail messages. Personnel to be provided by the Multimax team include Telecommunications Specialists and Systems Administrators.
ITT Industries, Systems Division, has been performing critical telecommunications support functions for the Department of State for some 37 years.
The Multimax team's support for the DCC will be provided pursuant to a task order awarded competitively under a Department of State omnibus contract held by Multimax. The task order has an initial term of 12 months, and two one-year option periods.
For the State of Maryland
In April 2002, Multimax will begin furnishing IT personnel to support the Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) component of the Maryland Department of Transportation. Disbursed across the state, these personnel will provide MVA branch offices with a broad range of hardware and software IT services supporting MVA's personal computers, network and cable systems, switches and related devices and software. Multimax's teaming partner for this opportunity is PSI Consultants, Bowie, Md.
This work was awarded competitively to Multimax under the company's Technical Services Procurement (TSP) contract with the Maryland Department of Budget and Management. The TSP contract is an IT services contract available to all State of Maryland government organizations. The task order period runs through June 2003.
The MVA award is Multimax's second under the TSP contract. Under an earlier TSP task order, the company provides onsite computer hardware repair and maintenance services to Maryland Department of Natural Resources installations statewide.
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|Publication:||EDP Weekly's IT Monitor|
|Date:||Apr 15, 2002|
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