InSysCo, a GTSI Company, Wins Five Task Orders Worth $90M

Jeremy Wensinger, GTSI

InSysCo, a GTSI company and leading provider of software development and support services to the federal government, has won five task orders worth more than $90 million, as announced by GTSI Corp., a Division of UNICOM Global and a systems integration, solutions, and services provider to government.

“As a whole, we are dedicated to supporting the individual missions of government agencies, and look forward to continuing our work with the IRS,” said GTSI Chief Operating Officer Jeremy Wensinger.

The five task orders, awarded under the Total Information Processing Support Services (TIPSS-4) indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), will have InSysCo provide Technology and Program Support Services to the IRS, support for highly visible programs and projects such as the Affordable Care Act and Corporate Account Data Engine (CADE 2) modernization, as well as continued support of the Master Files area and Custodial Financial Reporting. Three of the task orders were issued for work.

“We will continue to provide the IRS with our award winning services as we partner to deliver on some of the agency’s most important programs,” said InSysCo Chief Operations Officer Randy Phillips.

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