INDUS receives contract from Library of Congress for IT services
Oct 09, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
INDUS Corporation, a Federal Information Technology solutions provider, has received a prime contract from the Library of Congress, or LOC, to provide Information Technology, or IT, services for the end user community throughout the LOC, to include library-wide staff, members of Congress, and LOC patrons.
This single award contract was competed in the full and open market by LOC and was awarded to INDUS with a period of performance of a base and four option years with potential orders up to $80 million.
Under this contract, INDUS will be providing IT services to support the Library's primary objective in making its resources available and useful not only to the Congress, but all three branches of the Federal Government, and to the American People.
Services will include operations of the ITS Service Desk using ITIL best practices, delivering innovations in asset management and knowledge management, technical documentation, and ensuring overall LOC end-user satisfaction. INDUS will also provide network and server administration, full life cycle software application management, and audio/visual support services for LOC special events. INDUS is proud to support the Library's mission to support the Congress in fulfilling its constitutional duties and to further the progress of knowledge and creativity for the benefit of the American people.
INDUS's CEO Shiv Krishnan said, "We are excited about this great opportunity to serve the Library of Congress and deliver excellence in support of its mission. Since the Library is open to the American public 363 days of the year (closed on July 4th and Christmas), INDUS' professionals are proud to be part of this great American resource and tradition."
Mike Bowers, INDUS's COO commented, "The enterprise information technology services INDUS offers will assist the Library of Congress in fulfilling its responsibilities to Congress and the nation. We are extremely proud to have been selected for this important effort."
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