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TECHWORKING: Stanley Associates

Monday, December 13, 2004; Page E05

Stanley Associates plans to hire about 70 people as soon as possible. Phil Nolan, president and chief executive, talked with The Post's Andrea Caumont.

What does

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your company do?

We're an information-technology professional services company. Our customer is the federal government almost exclusively.

We do systems engineering and integration, where we specialize in system design, development, production and installation. We also do network solutions, where we design and develop network infrastructure for customers.

We do software development, where we create custom software for customers or do commercial off-the-shelf implementation for them.

We do outsourcing solutions, where we go in and supplement the customer's business processes with our staff.

We have another area called logistics advisory solutions, where we provide logistics field support, test and evaluations support, and program and financial management support.

We try to position our business to provide everything end-to-end for a customer.

What do you think your employees would say are the best reasons for working at your company?

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