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Tantus Technologies Awarded Financial Management Support Contract at Department of Education

ARLIGNTON, Va., Oct. 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Tantus Technologies, Inc. (Tantus) is pleased to announce a recent contract award at the Department of Education (DoEd) Office of Federal Student Aid (FSA).

Under the contract, Tantus will provide development, help desk, and database administration (DBA) support to FSA's Financial Management Services Group (FMSG). FMSG is responsible for setting the framework in which all FSA financial management system functions operate and defining financial management IT requirements to meet business needs. This framework supports financial reporting, collections, payments and funds control at FSA within a secure and controlled environment.

"This is an exciting win for us," said Mr. Buck Keswani, CEO of Tantus. "Financial Management is one of our core practice areas and the Department of Education is a new agency for Tantus. We're looking forward to supporting FMSG and bringing fresh solutions."

About Tantus Technologies, Inc.
Tantus is an Arlington, VA-based IT and management consulting firm specializing in Program/Project Management, Cybersecurity and Privacy, Financial Management, Health IT, and System Development solutions. Tantus supports mission critical programs for federal agencies, including Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), Department of Energy (DOE), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and Department of State (DOS).

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