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Multimax Wins COMMITS NexGen Contract.

LARGO, Md. -- Multimax, Inc. announced today that it has won a Department of Commerce Information Technology Services Next Generation contract, a contract vehicle known as COMMITS NexGen.

A multiple-award contract, COMMITS NexGen has a ceiling of $8 billion over a ten-year term.

COMMITS NexGen is the successor to the COMMITS contract, which was awarded by the Department of Commerce in 1999 and expired on August 30, 2004. Multimax was also a COMMITS prime contractor.

COMMITS NexGen is available for use by all U.S. Government agencies to acquire any and all Information Technology (IT) services and products required to meet a given requirement. Task orders are awarded under the contract following competition among contract holders.

The competition for COMMITS NexGen contract awards was limited to small businesses in three tiers tied to revenue and/or number of employees. Multimax is in the middle tier, for companies with 500 or fewer employees. Placement in this tier allows Multimax to compete for COMMITS NexGen task orders valued at $5 million or more.

"We are delighted to have won a COMMITS NexGen contract," said Carleton Jones, president of Multimax. "We look forward to competing successfully for task orders calling for innovative, highest-quality, cost-effective IT solutions. The Department of Commerce merits recognition for establishing such a highly flexible contract vehicle available Government-wide."

Multimax is a rapidly growing IT services and solutions company focused on the Federal, state and local government markets. Headquartered outside Washington, DC, the company has operations in 16 other locations across the United States.
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