Titan wins potential $405.9 million Army IT contract

SAN DIEGO, 27 June 2005. Titan Corp. in San Diego won the U.S. Army Information Management Support Center (IMCEN) Desktop Support Services contract to provide information technology (IT) services to more than 10,000 military, civilian employees, and contractors working in the Pentagon and the more than 90 Army agencies.

Jun 27th, 2005

SAN DIEGO, 27 June 2005. Titan Corp. in San Diego won the U.S. Army Information Management Support Center (IMCEN) Desktop Support Services contract to provide information technology (IT) services to more than 10,000 military, civilian employees, and contractors working in the Pentagon and the more than 90 Army agencies.

The multiple-awarded indefinite-delivery indefinite-quantity (ID/IQ) contract, with options, potentially is worth $405.9 million over seven years. Titan will compete against other awardees to provide IT services.

Titan will provide enterprise-wide desktop services, including service desk services, installation services, system analysis and architecture, messaging services, system administration, server and web server management, configuration management, video teleconferencing services, technical logistics support and information assurance.

Titan will also support the Army's Desktop Realignment Initiative, which focuses on streamlining and enhancing IT support services. This initiative will also expand service coverage to an additional 5,000 customers.

The Titan team includes AlphaInsight, CYIOS, Netcentrics, Lockheed Martin Information Technology, NCI, CACI, Hewlett Packard, Remedy, TEKSystems, PSS, TSM, and Norbeck.

For more information contact Titan online at www.titan.com.

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