Anteon building e-gov portfolio

E-business enabler Anteon Corp. and Information Builders, a provider of

Web-based business platforms, announced a strategic partnership Monday focused

on providing agencies with e-government solutions.

Fairfax, Va.-based Anteon supplies myriad civilian and defense agencies

with electronic business and system integration services and specializes

in database development and data mining.

By integrating Information Builders' WebFocus product and others services

into e-government offerings, Anteon is hoping to further expand in the federal,

state and local government markets, said Joseph Kampf, president and chief

executive officer at Anteon.

WebFocus is an integrated suite of business intelligence tools and middleware

designed to deliver information to users easily and instantly over the Internet.

It also enables users to integrate data throughout an organization.

New York-based Information Builders also recently launched an "i-government"

suite of applications designed to solve common information access and reporting

problems.

Anteon and Information Builders are each targeting Internet-related

opportunities in the government market and are hoping to benefit from each

other's strengths in software and systems engineering, integration, business

intelligence, reporting and content delivery, Kampf said.

The partnership with Information Builders is part of Anteon's partnership

program focused on the e-government market. The company's previous alliances

include partnerships with IBM Corp., Siemens Corp. and Oracle Corp., he

said.

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