STG Wins $9.5 Million USCG Contract

Friday, November 02, 2007
STG, Inc. (STG) announced that it has won a five-year, $9.5m award from the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) Operations Systems Center (OSC). Under this contract, STG will provide Help Desk Support Services for proprietary software products used by the Coast Guard for its varied missions. The OSC develops, maintains, fields and supports most USCG-unique operational applications that directly support USCG’s mission. The Customer Support Division (CSD) directly supports more than 25 of these systems and acts as a single point of contact for support on all OSC systems. For the past nine years, STG has been providing superior help desk services for the users of these mission-critical applications.

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