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EGlobalTech wins DHS infrastructure support services contract

EGlobalTech, a provider in innovative IT solutions and consulting services for the Federal Government, received an award from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO), Information Technology Services Office (ITSO), to provide enterprise-wide Infrastructure Support Services (ISS).

The main objective of this contract is to support the planning, management, deployment, and maintenance of systems and services needed to complete the ITSO mission, according to a statement by eGlobalTech.

[Image courtesy: Department of Homeland Security]

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