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Sunday, June 18, 2006

IT Consulting Firm CITI Gets Department of Defense Contract

Leading IT consulting firm Creative Information Technology, Inc. (CITI) announced last Thursday it would be providing IT consulting and management services to the Department of the Navy through a Seaport-e IT contract. CITI will offer system engineering, design, software development, network support and many other services to the Department of Defense through this contract.

IT consulting company CITI’s CEO Sunil Kolhekar states that this contract is a major step forward for the firm. The company has worked with several civilian agencies, including State, HUD, Commerce and others in the past ten years of business, but looks forward to serving the Navy and expanding its scope.

The Seaport-e contract was developed by the NAVESEA Warfare Centers with a web-based e-business procurement portal and was created to help service acquisition, improve buying power and general business. Several other Navy groups use this contract in order to help support a variety of programs and services. Through this contract, CITI and other IT consulting firms and vendors can support agencies outside the Navy Department.

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