Burlington, MA, April 16, 2009 - The Carbon Project, an innovative provider of IT services and software solutions, today announced it was awarded an Information Technology Schedule 70 contract by the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), the procurement arm of the federal government. The five-year contract enables The Carbon Project to provide IT services and software directly to government agencies, and continues the company's expansion into the federal marketplace.
The contract provides a streamlined vehicle for federal agencies to acquire The Carbon Project's professional services and software including CarbonTools, CarbonArc, Echo myPlace, Gaia Extenders for ArcGIS Server and Aeronautical Information Management, and CubeWerx USA's WMS, WFS, WCS, CS-W, WMTS, and Secure SDI software. To obtain the award, The Carbon Project had to satisfy the criteria set forth by GSA, demonstrating both superior quality and competitive pricing.
"The Carbon Project is proud to make the finest software and professional services available through GSA," said Jeff Harrison, President and CEO, The Carbon Project. "Our GSA Schedule 70 contract will help Federal customers easily acquire high-quality solutions to their most critical IT problems."
Federal, State and local agencies can obtain information about The Carbon Project's GSA Schedule 70 contract services under Contract Number GS-35F-0340V, or by contacting Email Contact.
About The Carbon Project
The Carbon Project is an innovative, high-energy software and technology company specializing in spatial data infrastructure applications and innovative geosocial solutions. The Carbon Project serves professionals, software developers, government agencies and businesses that develop mapping and real-time web solutions, or use geospatial data. Headquartered in Burlington, MA with offices in Virginia, The Carbon Project is a privately owned company backed by individual investors. For more information please visit www.TheCarbonProject.com.