Commits winners

The Commerce Department identified 30 vendors that it plans to award a piece

of its estimated $1.5 billion Commerce Information Technology Solutions

program (Commits), which is a governmentwide contract specifically for small

businesses. Commits offers IT services in three categories: information

systems engineering, systems operations and management, and information

systems security. Some vendors were chosen for more than one category. Commerce

plans to award the contracts on Aug. 15.

Information Systems Engineering

AC Technology Inc.

Alphatech Corp.

Centech Group Inc.

Command Technologies Inc.

Computech

Computer and Hi-tech Management Inc.

Data Industries Ltd.

Data Source Inc.

Dynamic Technology Systems Inc.

IM Systems Group Inc.

Indus Corp.

Ingenium Corp.

ITS Services Inc.

Kathpal Technologies Inc.

Marasco Newton Group, Ltd.

Matcom

Mentor Technologies Inc.

Pragmatics Inc.

QSS Group Inc.

RGII Technologies

RS Information Systems Inc.

Strategic Business Solutions Inc.

STG Inc.

Technology Planning and Management Corp.

Vista Technologies Inc.

Systems Operations and Management

Artel Inc.

Centech Group Inc.

Command Technologies Inc.

Computer and Hi-tech Management Inc.

Data Industries Ltd.

Futron Inc.

IM Systems Group Inc.

Indus Corp.

Ingenium Corp.

ITS Services Inc.

Mentor Technologies Inc.

QSS Group Inc.

RGII Technologies

RS Information Systems Inc.

STG Inc.

Vista Technologies Inc.

Information Systems Security

Artel Inc.

Alphatech Corp.

American Computer Technology Inc.

Centech Group Inc.

Computer and Hi-tech Management Inc.

Executive Security and Engineering Technologies Inc.

Indus Corp.

Javis

Neito Engineering Inc.

RGII Technologies

RS Information Systems Inc.

STG Inc.

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