Dynamics Research wins NSF contract

Dynamics Research, a Web communication services company, will manage image libraries, administer image and multimedia permissions, and provide graphic design services for the National Science Foundation under a new contract, the company announced today.

The contract, with a potential five-year value of $5.4 million, will support activities of NSF’s Office of Legislative and Public Affairs.

Dynamics Research has done artistic and technical consulting and Web development for NSF since 1996. Company officials said the new contract represents a significant expansion of its role in NSF’s electronic publishing and communications program.

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