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November 30, 2010

Defense Intelligence Agency awards five-year SITE contract to CenTauri

Project management and systems engineering support to the StoneGhost and International Systems Office

By CBR Staff Writer

CenTauri, a provider of information systems and technology, and systems engineering, has received a five-year contract from the US Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) under its Solutions for the Information Technology Enterprise (SITE) Prime Contract.

The $15m SITE contract is an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract awarded by DIA to support information technology requirements across the Defense Intelligence Enterprise and the greater Intelligence Community.

Under the contract, CenTauri will provide project management and systems engineering support to the StoneGhost and International Systems Office.

The International Systems Office was created to expand and support international and coalition information sharing using existing and new technology.

CenTauri managing partner Jim Kelly said StoneGhost and the International Systems Office play a vital role in the sharing of critical information among their coalition partners, worldwide and across a number of mission areas that are essential to their warfighters.

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