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Prime Technologies Service Corporation

Prime Technologies Service Corporation (Prime Technologies) was a technology and information services consulting firm headquartered in the Washington DC metropolitan area. The firm was established in order to provide information systems, advances technology, and management support services to government, academia, and commercial clients. Prime Technologies management and staff had extensive experience in providing a full range of technical, scientific, engineering, and management services through the successful conduct of numerous projects, based upon a high degree of responsiveness to client needs and focus on delivering high quality products and services.

The firm established organizational commitment to serving its clients based upon consistent achievement of our four major goals

Ensuring Quality Management Performance

Ensuring Team Focus on Results-oriented Approaches

Ensuring Timely Client Feedback and Interaction

Providing clients with High Quality Program and Staff Support

As of 1999, Prime Technologies completed its last contract and stopped operating as a company.

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