Army to use data network from CYIOS

WASHINGTON, 19 Oct. 2005. CYIOS Corp. announced today that it was officially awarded a new contract by the U.S. Army to build a secure network.

Oct 19th, 2005

WASHINGTON, 19 Oct. 2005. CYIOS Corp. announced today that it was officially awarded a new contract by the U.S. Army to build a secure network.

This sole source award from the General Officer Management Office (GOMO), under the Chief of Staff of the Army (CSA), includes one base year of $367,940 with an additional two option years that will total approximately $1.1 million.

Under this contract, CYIOS will build GOMO's knowledge management system to ensure that the Army's senior staff may capture, share and retain information in a secure, online space. With this contract, CYIOS will continue to provide networking solutions for thousands of DoD agencies, including over 200 Army agencies in the national capital region alone.

"CYIOS looks forward to continuing its 10-year partnership with the U.S. Army," said Daniel Greene, CYIOS' vice president of government and business relations. "This sole source contract with GOMO strengthens our position to design, develop and implement world-class Department of Defense knowledge management solutions in support of the CIO/G6 directives for information sharing and collaboration as well as the President's Management Agenda for a more agile and productive workforce."

CYIOS Corp. is a systems integrator and knowledge management solutions-provider supporting the Department of Defense and other government agencies for over 10 years. For more information, see www.cyios.com.

During this time, CYIOS launched the first Army Knowledge Online (AKO) prototype (currently the world's largest intranet) and now offers XO Office. XO Office manages performance based contracts (the government's new accountability contracting method) and positions businesses to become knowledge-centric organizations. XO Office is a user-friendly project and document management tool that allows collaboration and manages the workforce, streamlines processes, and increases information flow. For more information, see www.xooffice.com.

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