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in a move that could save New York millions of dollars as well as increase diversity in the tech sector, the state recently selected a company to manage a network of subcontractors that would deliver IT support to all state agencies.

Last fall, the New York State Chief Information Officer and Office for Technology (CIO/OFT) issued an RFP to procure the state's IT staff augmentation services. Last month, TAPFIN Process Solutions, a subsidiary of COMSYS, received the tentative contract award.

By providing a statewide pool of subcontractors, the new network is expected to save millions of dollars by leveraging the state's buying power and also eliminating the redundant efforts of agencies that spend time and effort searching for IT staff augmentation services.

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In a move that could save New York millions of dollars as well as increase diversity in the tech sector, the state recently selected a company to manage a network of subcontractors that would deliver IT support to all state agencies.

Last fall, the New York State Chief Information Officer and Office for Technology (CIO/OFT) issued an RFP to procure the state's IT staff augmentation services. Last month, TAPFIN Process Solutions, a subsidiary of COMSYS, received the tentative contract award.

By providing a statewide pool of subcontractors, the new network is expected to save millions of dollars by leveraging the state's buying power and also eliminating the redundant efforts of agencies that spend time and effort searching for IT staff augmentation services.

In a move that could save New York millions of dollars as well as increase diversity in the tech sector, the state recently selected a company to manage a network of subcontractors that would deliver IT support to all state agencies.

Last fall, the New York State Chief Information Officer and Office for Technology (CIO/OFT) issued an RFP to procure the state's IT staff augmentation services. Last month, TAPFIN Process Solutions, a subsidiary of COMSYS, received the tentative contract award.

By providing a statewide pool of subcontractors, the new network is expected to save millions of dollars by leveraging the state's buying power and also eliminating the redundant efforts of agencies that spend time and effort searching for IT staff augmentation services.

In a move that could save New York millions of dollars as well as increase diversity in the tech sector, the state recently selected a company to manage a network of subcontractors that would deliver IT support to all state agencies.

Last fall, the New York State Chief Information Officer and Office for Technology (CIO/OFT) issued an RFP to procure the state's IT staff augmentation services. Last month, TAPFIN Process Solutions, a subsidiary of COMSYS, received the tentative contract award.

By providing a statewide pool of subcontractors, the new network is expected to save millions of dollars by leveraging the state's buying power and also eliminating the redundant efforts of agencies that spend time and effort searching for IT staff augmentation services.

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