LARGO, MD--(Marketwire - Jun 28, 2012) - ERIMAX, Inc. was selected by the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) as an awardee under the Department of Homeland Security's Technical, Acquisition and Business Support Services (TABSS) Multiple Award Contract. ERIMAX received one of three awards under the Contract Management Support Services Domain of TABSS. With a total combined ceiling of all TABSS contracts of $11 billion, the five-year Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) TABSS contract will be available for use by DHS and all of its component organizations.
Commenting on the announcement, Eric W. Franklin (ERIMAX CEO and President) stated, "Throughout our history, ERIMAX has had the privilege to support some of the largest and most complex programs in Government. We look forward to leveraging our substantial knowledge-base and talent with contract management and acquisition support to help the DHS meet their mission efficiently and cost-effectively." He added, "TABSS will become an important contracting vehicle for DHS, and it is a key win for us."
About ERIMAX, Inc.
ERIMAX, Inc. is a privately held small disadvantaged business (SDB) and Maryland MBE-certified corporation focused on acquisition, program management and IT management consulting. Since the company's establishment in 2001, ERIMAX has assisted many Federal government agencies including the U.S. Census Bureau; Defense Threat Reduction Agency; Department of Defense Education Activity; Air Force SAF/A6/A3; Naval Criminal Investigative Service; the Departments of Commerce, Education, and State; National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration; Small Business Administration; Food & Drug Administration; Army Corps of Engineers; International Broadcasting Bureau/Broadcast Board of Governors; Fish & Wildlife Service; and the Library of Congress.
Headquartered in Largo, Maryland, the company holds multiple Government contract vehicles, including GSA MOBIS, Navy Seaport-e, FAA eFAST, GSA 8(a) STARS II, and MD CATS-2. For more information, visit www.erimaxinc.com.