Iron Bow Excluded From Parties Listing System - Iron Bow

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U.S. Air Force Removes Iron Bow Technologies from Excluded Parties Listing System

November 29th, 2011

Chantilly, VA – November 29, 2011

Iron Bow Technologies, an information technology solutions provider, announced today that its suspension and inclusion on the Excluded Parties Listing System has been withdrawn by the U.S. Air Force effective November 22. Iron Bow resumed its new business efforts with all federal agencies concurrent with the withdrawal.

“Our company has always prided itself on approaching its contractual obligations with the highest level of integrity and ethical standing,” said Rene LaVigne, President and CEO of Iron Bow. “Working closely with our legal team and the Air Force, we were able to present supporting documentation and convey our specific role in the overall contractual effort. We appreciate the Air Force’s cooperation and efforts to resolve this matter expeditiously. Iron Bow will continue to support the Air Force should they require additional assistance in this matter but remains focused on delivering the utmost quality of service to all of its federal and commercial customers.”

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Iron Bow Technologies