Digital Management Awarded 5-Year Contract with the Department of Commerce

Company will Assist the Bureau of Economic Analysis by Providing Data Conversion Support for Economic Surveys.

Bethesda, MD—October 10, 2006–Digital Management, Inc. announced today that it has won a 5-year contract with the Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) to provide data conversion services. Under this contract, Digital Management will provide time sensitive data conversion services for volumes of economic surveys on a daily basis. The data conversion service Digital Management will provide under this contract is an essential step in a process that assures the quality of BEA economic data. As such, this effort will directly support the BEA’s mission to provide informative, timely, relevant, and accurate U.S. economic data.

“It is a great honor for us to support the Bureau of Economic Analysis. Quality and accuracy is all important at the BEA. Our focus on ‘pervasive excellence’ will help the Bureau achieve the quality it requires. We’re also looking forward to working with the BEA to adopt technological advances to improve both quality and operational efficiency,” said Jay Sunny Bajaj, CEO, Digital Management.

About Digital Management:

Digital Management is a leading IT solutions and business strategy consulting firm focused on providing solutions that enable Federal agencies to deliver on the promise of Transformation. We transform Government operations by dependably bridging the gap between business strategy and mission success. We see technology as an efficient, economical means to an end and are dedicated to crafting the solutions that result in an increasingly interoperable, responsive, and cost-effective government. Digital Management provides services and solutions in Strategic Business Transformation, Software Systems Modernization, Enterprise Information Management, Cybersecurity, Healthcare IT, and Federal Financial Management. Digital Management is an SBA-certified, minority-owned, 8(a) small business.

Andrew J. Musliner