Interactive Government Holdings Wins USDA Contract in Missouri

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  • Source: IGH
  • 03/30/2022
WASHINGTON – Interactive Government Holdings (IGH) announces it beat out 29 other bidders to win a U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service contract. IGH will provide administrative and personnel support in Missouri in this $10 million, 61-month contract.

USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service’s mission is to “deliver conservation solutions so agricultural producers can protect natural resources and feed a growing world.”

“Interactive Government Holdings is thrilled to begin supporting the USDA in Missouri on the Natural Resources Conservation Service’s important goal of serving farmers as they better the environment and produce necessary agricultural products,” said Michael Sanders, Chief Executive Officer of Interactive Government Holdings. “World unrest and a changing environment puts stress on our limited agricultural resources, but we’re pleased to offer administrative support to the USDA so it can continue focusing on its vital mission.”

“IGH’s win over 29 other bidders shows that IGH has the business experience and agility to handle meaningful contracts across the market,” said Laura Price, IGH Chief Financial Officer/Chief Operating Officer. “We look forward to working with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service on this important contract in Missouri.”

Interactive Government Holdings, Inc. (IGH) is an 8(a), service-disabled veteran owned, small, disadvantaged business headquartered in Springfield, VA. IGH offers Program, Acquisition and Administrative Management; Secure IT; Systems Engineering and Integration; and Global Operations and Sustainment services to defense and civil market clients. The company is registered to do business in all 50 U.S. states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Guam to facilitate efficient contract initiation and execution in these locations.
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