ALEXANDRIA, VA August 21, 2009 – On August 6, 2009, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) awarded Kingfisher Systems, Inc., a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), two Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts under the Program Management, Administrative, Clerical, and Technical Services (PACTS) procurement. DHS awarded two contracts for two Functional Categories—Administrative and Clerical. Kingfisher Systems, Inc. will compete for work with the other companies who were awarded PACTS contracts.
Kingfisher Systems, Inc. was established in 2005 and specializes in providing National Security support to the U.S. government. Kingfisher Systems, Inc.’s core competency is in technology-enabled services, with a specific focus on the Intelligence (Counterintelligence and Foreign Intelligence), Security, Irregular Warfare (including Cyber, Counterterrorism, and Antiterrorism), Homeland Security, and Law Enforcement Communities.
Kingfisher Systems, Inc. is proud to lead a team comprised of ManTech International Corporation; SBI Technologies; SoftConcept, Inc.; Transformation Systems, Inc.; Trinity Technology Group; and URS Corporation on both contracts. Each member of the Kingfisher Systems, Inc. team has exceptional experience and expertise in providing services to the Homeland Security community.
“The DHS PACTS procurement vehicle will enable DHS to meet its SDVOSB goals and Kingfisher is proud to support DHS in this effort,” said Roy Reed, President of Kingfisher Systems, Inc. “We are dedicated to helping DHS make this effort a success and in employing service disabled veterans.”
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