Dayton-area tech firm named to $20B defense contract, expanding workforce by 50%

Centerville-based IT company Ardent Technologies Inc. “is bolstering its workforce as a result of a massive defense contract it was awarded,” the Dayton Business Journal reports. Ardent was the only Ohio company named to the $20-billion deal “to provide federal agencies with integrated professional services,” according to the article. The company “anticipates expanding its corporate staff by 50 percent to handle the increase in proposals, recruiting and business development” due to the contract, part of “the military’s One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) program — a large federal procurement vehicle.” For more, read the full article.

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