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CYIOS Corporation, through its subsidiaries, operates as a systems integrator and knowledge management solutions provider for the United States army, Department of Defense, and the U.S. Government agencies. The company builds knowledge management solutions that support organizations with business continuity and information technology services. It offers CYIPRO, a business transformation tool that provides a virtual work space for collaboration, project management, and document management to help manage people, processes, and information. The CYIPRO also provides solutions for compliance with Securities and Exchange Commission Sarbanes-Oxley regulations, compliance with Defense Contract Audit Agency, and performance based contracting for government contractors. The company is headquartered in Washington, District Of Columbia.
"CYIOS Corporation kicks off the New Year with the addition of a new contract staff working for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) valued at $150,000.00 in 2009 with four(4) option years and should recognize revenue in the 1QTR 2009. Additional contracts are expected to be awarded shortly, driving revenues to an estimated $1.5 M - $2.0 M by the 2QTR. As new contract awards execute, revenues are expected to triple if not quadruple, current contracts are projecting the earnings per share to reach $.08-$.15 by the end of the year. CYIOS Corporation will continue to announce the new contract awards as they are executed"
Current Price: .12 (03/10/2009)
Shares Outstanding: 26.11M
Web Sites: cyios.com cyipro.com
Past Government Contract Awards: contractdirectory.gov
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