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Maytag Aircraft Corp. wins $23 million in Army contracts

Two Department of Defense contracts worth more than $23 million have been awarded to the Maytag Aircraft Corp. in Colorado Springs. The first contract is a $13.7 million contract to provide operation, maintenance, security and safety services for U.S. government-owned aviation and ground fuel facilities, including those in Germany. The second, for $10 million will… Continue Reading Maytag Aircraft Corp. wins $23 million in Army contracts

Contractors win new business

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There’s plenty of work on the horizon for local defense contractors – or for those with a Pikes Peak regional office. Here’s a look at the most recent contract awards: Contractor a.i. solutions wins $209 million contract Take a.i. solutions, for example. The Maryland-based company has been awarded a $209 million contract to provide design,… Continue Reading Contractors win new business

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Millions in govt. contracts awarded

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While many Colorado Springs small business owners are hailing the opening of the Procurement Technical Assistance Center for the help they’ll receive getting government contracts, some firms are already in the contracting loop. Here’s a roundup of which companies have scored contracts recently: Colorado Springs-based Colorado Engineering Inc. has won a federal contract valued at… Continue Reading Millions in govt. contracts awarded

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Contract award roundup – Oct. 12, 2009

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Here’s a list of local companies that have recently won military contracts. T.D. Support Services Corp. won a $47,400 federal contract from the U.S. Air Force’s Air Combat Command at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, for sports officiating services. Defense Training & Development Services G.P. won a $100,200 federal contract from the U.S. Air Force… Continue Reading Contract award roundup – Oct. 12, 2009

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Springs firms rake in contract awards

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Colorado Springs-based companies are reeling in government and military contracts. Some of these firms stay below the radar, while others like Intelligent Software Solutions, are more visible contract awardees. Here are some of the firms that have benefited: Intelligent Software Solutions, headquartered in Colorado Springs, won a $3.3 million federal contract during August from the U.S. Air… Continue Reading Springs firms rake in contract awards

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Colorado’s  Procurement Technical Assistance Center , which will be based in Colorado Springs, is scheduled to open this fall. Until Colorado received the PTAC approval, the closest procurement help center was in Wyoming. The Springs office is scheduled to open sometime during September or October. Paid for by a combination of state, local and federal dollars,… Continue Reading State PTAC office to open in Springs this fall

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