Volanno Awarded CATS+ Master Contract with the State of Maryland

Posted March 28, 2017 by Eric Feazel

Baltimore World Trade Center building against blue sky with U.S., Maryland, and Baltimore flags.

Volanno has been awarded the Consulting and Technical Services+ (CATS+) Master Contract with the State of Maryland and its municipalities through April 21, 2028. Through CATS+, the State will have a flexible means of obtaining information technology (IT) resources quickly, efficiently, and cost-effectively by issuing task orders specific to its needs.

Volanno was awarded in all seven functional areas for which it applied:

  • Enterprise Service Provider
  • Web and Internet Services
  • Geographical Information Systems
  • Software Engineering
  • IT Management Consulting Services
  • Business Process Consulting Services
  • Documentation/Technical Writing

“Volanno is looking forward to partnering with the State of Maryland to achieve the State’s and its agencies’ IT goals,” says Dawn Amore, President of Volanno, Inc.

As a certified MBE (Minority Business Enterprise), Volanno will leverage its unique transportation sector experience gained through years of collaborative work with the Federal Aviation Administration and Amtrak.

Volanno, along with other recent CATS+ contract awardees, attended a kick-off meeting held by the State of Maryland on February 23, 2017. Representatives from Maryland’s Department of Information Technology (DoIT) stressed that the ability to procure IT consulting and technical services in a timely and economical manner were key to their future success.

Learn more about the CATS+ contract’s purpose and scope.

Dawn Amore is the President of Volanno, Inc. Headquartered in Washington, DC. Volanno is a small woman-owned business enterprise formed in 2003. The company holds multiple master services contracts for information technology and IT consulting and is highly regarded for project management, software development, and advanced analytics work.

View Volanno’s Master Contractor details page on the State of Maryland’s website.