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InSysCo, a GTSI Company, Secures Task Orders Valued at More Than $90 Million

GTSI Corp., a Division of UNICOM® Global and a systems integration, solutions and services provider to government, today announced that InSysCo, a GTSI company and leading provider of software development and support services to the federal government, was awarded five task orders worth more than $90 million. These five task orders were awarded under the Total Information Processing Support Services (TIPSS-4) indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

“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 Randy Phillips, Chief Operations Officer, InSysCo.

Under the task orders, InSysCo will provide Technology and Program Support Services to the IRS. The work encompasses 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 order awards were issued for work which was re-competed from the predecessor contract, TIPSS-3 to the follow-on TIPSS-4 and two of the task orders were re-competed within TIPSS-4.

“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 Jeremy Wensinger, Chief Operating Officer, GTSI.

About GTSI Corp.

GTSI is a leading provider of technology solutions and professional services to federal, state and local governments. Founded in 1983, the company has helped meet the unique IT needs of more than 1,700 governmental agencies nationwide. GTSI professionals draw on their deep knowledge, strategic partnerships, customer service and more than 750 industry certifications to guide agencies in selecting the most cost-effective technology available. GTSI has extensive capabilities and past performance in software development, data center, networking, collaboration, security and cloud computing solutions. In addition, GTSI’s advanced engineering, integration, support and financial services – and broad portfolio of contracts – ease the planning, purchasing and deployment of solutions, and facilitates the management of mission-critical IT throughout the lifecycle. Headquartered in Herndon, Va., GTSI has approximately 450 employees. For more information visit the company’s website at www.gtsi.com.

About InSysCo

InSysCo, a GTSI company, is an award-winning IT services provider with the ability to leverage and integrate existing government systems and create modern solutions. InSysCo was acquired by GTSI Corp. in August 2011. For more than 20 years, InSysCo has provided the federal government with the highest level of service, support and institutional knowledge and experience. InSysCo’s core capabilities include software development, program and project management, business and legislative analysis, and database development. InSysCo has a unique synergy of employees comprised of first-rate former government technical experts blended with industry experts who have extensive experience in information technology. InSysCo’s highly regarded professionals are adept at understanding business needs and have a track record of delivering projects within budget and on schedule. InSysCo is a CMMI Level 3 company. For more information, visit www.insysco.com.

About UNICOM Systems, Inc.

UNICOM® Systems, Inc., a division of the UNICOM Group of companies, is a global leader in providing innovative software and solutions for the enterprise computing community. Through over three decades of continued development and commitment, UNICOM has redefined the economics and quality of automation for its customers, delivering a new era of collaboration, data management, data-warehousing, outsourcing, integration, communications and commerce.

About The UNICOM Group

The UNICOM Group consists of over twenty five (25) entities with offices in Los Angeles, Dallas, Boston, Virginia, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Germany, France, UK, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Belgium and Switzerland. UNICOM focuses on acquiring and integrating mature and growing mid-cap NASDAQ, London Stock Exchange AIM and German publicly traded companies in the technology, financing, real estate, and business services. UNICOM offers deep in-house resources and flexible solutions to sellers worldwide, including privatization, core-products consolidation, IT assets alignments, management independence, integration matrix, and global business strategy. For more information visit the company's website at www.unicomglobal.com.

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