SOURCE: SteelCloud, Inc.

December 18, 2007 08:30 ET

SteelCloud Announces IT Consulting Services Contract With One of the World's Preeminent National Parks

Total Contract Value Could Exceed $3.5 Million

HERNDON, VA--(Marketwire - December 18, 2007) - SteelCloud, Inc. (NASDAQ: SCLD), a manufacturer of embedded integrated computing systems, announced today that it received an Information Technology (IT) consulting services contract from one of the world's preeminent national parks with a total contract value that could exceed $3.5 million if all options are exercised. The initial year of consulting services is valued at approximately $600,000 with the contract containing four option years.

SteelCloud will provide a team of consultants to deliver a wide variety of IT support services to the park's highly dispersed workforce of over 600 employees. The Services include: Project Leadership & Management, Network Services, Help Desk Support, Documentation and Training. SteelCloud consultants will also provide technical support for the park's more than 80 security webcams.

"The park has been a customer for over 10 years," said Robert Frick, CEO and President of SteelCloud. "This award signifies our ability to continue to deliver real value by providing a broad range of IT solutions in support of their unique and complex technology needs."

About SteelCloud

SteelCloud is a leading provider of embedded integrated computing systems to the industrial automation and military COTS server markets. The Company has cultivated numerous strategic relationships with thought-leading organizations such as Intel, Microsoft and systems integrators. The Company's ISO 9001:2000 certified Quality Management System ensures commitment to high quality standards and continuous quality improvement in all aspects of its business. Over its 20-year history, SteelCloud has won numerous awards for technical excellence and customer satisfaction. To learn more about the specialized computing platform and engineering services offered by SteelCloud, please visit

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