Missouri contracts with World Wide on IT deal

World Wide Technology has captured a $110 million information technology procurement contract with the state of Missouri.

The prime vendor contract will provide a statewide procurement vehicle that is open to state agencies, educational institutions and local governments. The pact covers two years with renewal options for up to three one-year extensions.

World Wide Technology is based in St. Louis.

In other statewide contracts, West Virginia last month tapped 22 contractors to provide IT services.

The contractors offer supplemental staffing services in electronic document management, Web programming and telephony services, among other areas. Contractors also provide project-based services, covering fields such as data warehouse development and e-commerce.

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