PORTLAND, ME (July 18, 2012) Tilson Government Services, LLC (TGS) and Theodor Wille Intertrade (TWI) are pleased to announce that they have renewed their Mentor-Protégé agreement. Administered by the Department of Defense, Mentor-Protégé agreements enable small businesses to partner with and learn from established prime contractors.
“We enjoy a strong working relationship with TWI,” said Joshua Broder, President of TGS. “Since 2010, we’ve provided project management, software development, infrastructure consulting, web portal rollout, and mobile application development services for TWI. The opportunity to renew our Mentor-Protégé agreement is a fantastic opportunity for us to continue to learn from TWI, an experienced and growing federal prime contractor, and expand our services in the government sector.”
Mentor-Protégé agreements may encompass a range of services, and participating companies work together to build relationships that are mutually beneficial. “We’re pleased to be able to partner with Tilson,” said Jay Scoggin, TWI’s Vice President of Business Development & Program Support. “As an experienced prime contractor, we’re able to offer Tilson our insight and experience. We’re looking forward to building on the first year of our partnership.”
Contact: Emma P. Lishness at firstname.lastname@example.org or (207) 591-6427.
About Tilson Government Services, LLC: Tilson Government Services (TGS) provides IT consulting, software development, and telecom construction management for government agencies and prime contractors. Backed by the resources of the Tilson family of companies and strategic partners across the world, Tilson offers responsive, effective project and construction management services across a broad range of technologies. Learn more at www.tilsongov.com.
About Theodor Wille Intertrade: TWI assembles the resources, capabilities, and technology of our organization and others to integrate and accelerate expeditionary supply chains to some of the most remote areas in the world. With a reputation earned over 168 years of supply chain management and fourteen years of pioneering performance as a DLA Prime Vendor of multiple commodities, TWI has successfully completed more than $1.5 billion in supply transactions with the U.S. government. TWI is an American owned company headquartered in Zug, Switzerland with operational hubs in seven countries and capacity and knowhow throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Central Asia. For more information, visit www.twipv.com.