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TeleCommunication Systems awarded $20M IT contract with City of Baltimore

The two-year contract will be managed by the Mayor's Office of Information Technology.

Baltimore City Hall. (Photo via Wikimedia Commons)

Annapolis-based TeleCommunication Systems has been awarded a $20 million IT contract with Baltimore city government, reports the Baltimore Business Journal.

Under the two-year deal, the Annapolis mobile tech firm will provide support to various city agencies, including the Mayor’s Office of Information Technology [MOIT] and the Baltimore police department.

MOIT will manage the contract.

Companies: Baltimore Police Department / Mayor’s Office of Information Technology / City of Baltimore

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