For e-business enhancement and management project
Catapult Technology has been selected by the Department of Defense’s Washington Headquarters Services (WHS) for a 30-month, $27m e-business enhancement and management project.
Reportedly, the objective of this contract is to obtain e-business systems enhancements, administration, implementation, operations and maintenance, database and web administration services in support of WHS.
The general areas of performance are divided into six specific functional areas, including, program and project management, e-business systems administration, enterprise architecture support, e-business continuity of operations plan (COOP) and disaster recovery support, e-business systems training services and Maximo 6.2 support.
In November 2008, Catapult announced that it had won a five-year, $2.6m contract for WHS, Administration and Program Support Directorate (APSD), Boards and Commission division installing, configuring, modifying, migrating and implementing the Microsoft SharePoint 2007 platform and providing services to satisfy the APSD’s objective of delivering a collaborative working environment that supports the current and future boards and commissions committees and task force.
Randy Slager, CEO, chairman, and founder of Catapult, said: The Washington Headquarters Services ensures that the National Capital Area’s DOD facilities run smoothly, which in turn means the safety and security of our citizens is protected. We’re excited and honored to oversee this project.