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Exclusive: Centerville firm’s contract win to yield new cyber lab, more jobs

Story: Fueled by a key contract win, a Centerville-based tech company will set up a new cyber lab and add jobs.

Ardent Technologies just landed a $4 million, 3-year contract to provide cyber security services for the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. The deal marks its first prime DoD contract since the company branched into federal work from its traditional focus of local and state business. Continue reading full story…

Secretary Husted Announces the February 2016 Ohio Business Profile Theme as Minority Owned Businesses

Story: COLUMBUS – Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted today announced the Ohio Business Profile Program will be featuring “Minority Owned Businesses” throughout the month of February.

“More than 80,000 minority owned businesses are contributing to Ohio’s economy and giving back to their communities,” Secretary Husted said. “Each day these businesses serve their customers, provide great jobs to their employees and are an inspiration to others in their community that want to become businesses owners or entrepreneurs.”

Technology company gets Library of Congress project

Story: A local company is helping the Library of Congress upgrade some of its most important technology.

Centerville-based Ardent Technologies Inc. recently won a contract from the federal agency for application design services. The deal, worth about $145,000, involves designing a new system for publishers to log in and apply for ISSN number or CIP data…Continue reading

Dayton-area firms continue to be added to massive state IT deal

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Story: More Dayton-area firms will get a chance to go after some lucrative technology work for Ohio. Three more companies confirmed they were named to a new state of Ohio IT support deal that could be worth as much as $420 million over the next six years. CompTech Inc. and Quantrum LLC, each based in Dayton, along with Centerville-based Ardent Technologies, are part of the new Deliverables Based Information Technology Services contract, also known as DBITS…Continue reading