GSA adds ICE to the mix

The General Services Administration last month awarded Integrated Computer Engineering Inc. a place on its Schedule 70 contract for information technology.

ICE, a software project management and systems engineering provider, specializes in:

IT project planning and management services. Independent verification and validation. Quality assurance. Risk management. System analysis and design. Configuration management. Specialized training, and more. The company's government customers include the Defense Department, the Federal Aviation Administration, NASA, the U.S. Agency for International Development and the state of California. ICE, based in Campbell, Calif., requires its consultants to possess a minimum of 20 years experience in their respective specialty, according to the company's Web site.

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