IntelliDyne Wins 10-Year Outsourcing Contract with the City of Falls Church
Wednesday, January 04, 2012 2:45 PM
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Falls Church, VA- December 28, 2011 –IntelliDyne has been awarded a new contract with the City of Falls Church, Virginia. IntelliDyne will provide Information Technology services for the City, including, but not limited to, network administration, network management, hardware system repair services, systems security and related software systems. These services will be utilized by the City’s general government, City police, public library, and for specified functions of the City’s public schools.
The new contract marks the continuation of a relationship that began in 2005, when IntelliDyne was first selected to manage the City’s IT network and infrastructure. The award of the most recent contract is yet another example of IntelliDyne retaining its clients through contract re-compete; it is a reflection of the company’s service excellence on previously managed programs in partnership with the local City government.
When discussing IntelliDyne’s ongoing relationship with the City, IntelliDyne CEO Steve Alfieris said, “We are very proud to be awarded this contract and continue our relationship with the City of Falls Church. In a time when local governments are facing increased budget restraints, it’s exciting to focus on efficiency and provide high quality, business enhancing solutions for the government in our own community.”
The new contract began on December 16, 2011 and includes a base period of two and a half years, and eight one year renewal periods.
IntelliDyne, LLC is a consulting firm that enables better business performance through innovative technology solutions. We manage public sector programs that deliver higher operational efficiency and measurable value to clients. We advise, develop, and execute effective solutions in Information Assurance/Cyber Security, Cloud Computing, Application Development and Mobile Computing, Analytics, Business Process Management, Data Center Consolidation, Enterprise Collaboration and Enterprise Infrastructure Management.