Bethesda, MD, May 18, 2017: TDEC earned a master contract on Maryland’s Consulting and Technical Services + (CATS+) contract. The contract, which runs through 2028, allows state agencies to procure services efficiently and cost effectively through individual task orders.
The State uses this contract to procure IT services across 17 functional areas. TDEC was added as a master contractor to provide Electronic Document Management and Systems/Facilities Management and Maintenance services.
“This is a great opportunity for TDEC to serve the State we’ve been headquartered in for almost 60 years,” says R. Dennis DuFour, TDEC President. “The wide array of services available to State agencies through this contract makes it an ideal IT solution.”
The State added new master contractors as part of its 2016 onboarding cycle. Since 2013, the State has procured an estimated $200 million in services through the CATS contract.
Founded in 1958, TDEC is the leading provider of business process outsourcing services to government and commercial clients worldwide. From administrative support to call centers, data entry to document management and lockbox services, TDEC’s business process outsourcing services turns its public sector clients’ data into information ready to carry out their governmental responsibilities.
R. Dennis DuFour