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Logicon, Provenance team on records management

Integrator Logicon Inc. has entered the records management market through an agreement with electronic record keeping software vendor Provenance Systems Inc. The companies plan to pursue federal business jointly, with Logicon providing installation, support and related services to agency customers.

Mark Hogan, vice president of worldwide sales and marketing with Provenance, said the increased demand for electronic records management software means there is a "need for knowledgeable, experienced systems integrators.''

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RSIS wins NOAA pact

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's National Weather Service recently awarded RS Information Systems Inc. a $23.8 million, five-year contract to provide information technology products and services.

RSIS will provide network support, systems design and programming, systems integration, science-related technical support, office automation and scientific workstation support.

- Compiled by Colleen O'Hara and Elana Varon.

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