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November 7th, 2007

Stanley GC Helps Launch Government Contractor IPO

Can you talk about what the company does?

Stanley provides information technology services and solutions to U.S. defense and federal civilian government agencies. We specialize in five core business areas: systems engineering, enterprise integration, operational logistics, business process outsourcing, and advanced engineering and technology.

What is unique about Stanley's business is that we offer our customers a complete life cycle of services to assist them with their mission-critical work. Our services range from R&D to the development of software solutions for streamlining business processes to deploying with our customers in the field.

Some examples of our work include developing software solutions to help the Army manage its prepositioned Army war assets, making your U.S. passport, and applying leading-edge technologies like MEMS [microelectromechanical systems] and nanotechnology to improve the accuracy of missiles.


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