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PC maker targets government market

Atec Group Inc., which owns PC technology originally developed and marketed by Nexar Technologies, has created a new division that will target high-end government, corporate, educational and consumer markets. Atec, based in Hauppage, N.Y., will manufacture PCs and provide customer support, while Nexar, Westboro, Mass., will manage research and development, customer service and depot warranties for the products. Atec acquired technology patents and assets of Nexar in March.

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Gateway PCs now on PCHS

Inacom Government Systems has added Gateway PCs to its Department of Veteran Affairs Procurement of Computer Hardware and Software contract. Inacom will offer Gateway E-Series desktops, which include the E-4200 and E-3200.

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BTG revenue on the rise

Continued growth in BTG Inc.'s information and technical services business helped the Fairfax, Va.-based company report net income of $965,000 on revenue of $66 million in the first quarter of fiscal 2000. BTG's unaudited results showed a 22 percent increase in revenue from information and technical services to a total of $8.9 million during the quarter, according to the company. BTG had income of $82,000 in the first quarter of fiscal 1999 on revenue of $84 million. The decline in first quarter revenue reported this year resulted from a continued decline in product sales after BTG's divestiture of its product reselling division in February 1998.

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Robbins-Gioia nabs VA deal

Robbins-Gioia Inc. has been awarded a Department of Veterans Affairs blanket purchase agreement for project management support services. The contract supports the Veterans Benefits Administration, which is responsible for the administration of several nonmedical benefits, including compensation, pension, vocational rehabilitation and insurance.

Robbins-Gioia will build on an initiative begun last year that emphasizes on-the-job mentoring of project managers and project staff. The BPA will run through Sept. 30, 2001.

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