SIGNAL CORPORATION AWARDED $6 MILLION CONTRACT FROM EPA.
SIGNAL Corporation, a leading information technology and engineering & management services company, has announced the award of a five-year, $6 million task order from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to develop software tools to aid Environmental Response Teams in field investigation support, including the capture, storage and analysis of data.
The EPA's Emergency Response Team Center (ERTC), located in Edison, New Jersey, provides services to support the Office of Emergency and Remedial Response and their project managers, on-scene coordinators, as well as other agency groups in the area of hazardous material and spills control. The software system designed and maintained by SIGNAL will enable all parties to enter and access information through PCs, LANs, the Web, and wireless devices.
"Through our IT implementations, SIGNAL is dedicated to working in partnership with the government to enable efficient information sharing and data management," said SIGNAL President & CEO Roger Mody. "We look forward to helping the EPA create an infrastructure for rapid dissemination and analysis of crucial data from any environment."
SIGNAL was awarded the contract through the GSA schedule. Project work begins in April 2002.
SIGNAL Corporation is a leading provider of Information Technology and Engineering Management Services to federal and commercial clients. Founded in 1987, SIGNAL has been one of the fastest growing companies in the nation and has sustained consistent and profitable revenue growth for more than a decade with revenue in 2001 of $252 million. SIGNAL has earned numerous industry and growth awards since its founding, which are a tribute to the dedication and hard work of the more than 1,650 SIGNAL associates working throughout the U.S. and are a direct result of the company's commitment to customer satisfaction. Headquartered in Fairfax, Va., SIGNAL is an ISO 9001-registered company.
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|Publication:||EDP Weekly's IT Monitor|
|Date:||Apr 29, 2002|
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