Catapult Technology, a provider of IT and management consulting services, has won four new contracts from the Department of Defense to deliver diverse IT services.
The four new contracts include the first US Army task order awarded through the General Service Administration’s veterans technology services government-wide acquisition contract vehicle.
Under these contracts, Catapult will provider it services to DeWitt Army Community Hospital with a value of $2.9 million. The company will manage the help desk for hospital staff, which includes on-site analysis, diagnosis, and resolution of desktop problems; installation, configuration, and upgrading of computer hardware and software; providing end-user services for networking problems; and performing other activities.
The company is expected to provide its helpdesk support to Domestic Dependent Elementary and Secondary Schools Area Service Center in Atlanta, including hardware and software installation and local area network services for this Department of Defense (DoD) school system. This contract value is $2.3 million.
Catapult is expected to install, configure, modify, migrate and implement the Microsoft SharePoint 2007 platform and provide services to satisfy the Administration and Program Support Directorate’s (APSD’s) objective of delivering a collaborative working environment that supports the current and future boards and commissions committees and task force with a value of $2.6 million.
Catapult will also provide program and project management services for IT operations to US Army Installation Management Command, Washington, DC, with a value of $2.4 million.
Randy Slager, CEO, chairman, and founder of Catapult Technology, said: These four new contracts represent several milestones while continuing to strengthen Catapult’s foothold in the Defense arena. Our established presence in the federal marketplace, solid past performance, and a focus on smart corporate growth has allowed us to dig deeper into the DoD as we provide a combination of management consulting and IT services.