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T-Rex Diversity Equity and Inclusion Initiative; New Hires

T-Rex today announced its leadership initiative to enhance diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) efforts throughout the enterprise. Sandra Perez, who joins T-Rex as Vice President for Communications, will be a co-executive sponsor of the DE&I initiative with Valerie Utsey, Vice President, Chief People Officer and Adrian Russo, Director of Talent Acquisition.

National Security Executive Amy Miller Feehery Joins T-Rex to Lead Business Development

T-Rex Solutions, LLC today announced industry leader and national security expert Amy Miller Feehery joins T-Rex as Director of Business Development for the growing government IT modernization company.

T-Rex Receives Microsoft Silver Competencies

T-Rex Solutions, LLC announced today it has received a Microsoft Silver competency in both Data Analytics and Application Development. These competencies recognize T-Rex’s expertise utilizing Microsoft’s enterprise platform to help customers transform their business processes, systems and data and further underscores T-Rex’s skills and experience with implementing, securing, and integrating Microsoft products to achieve customers’ missions.

T-Rex & Karsun Awarded $75 Million GSA Fleet Task Order

T-Rex Solutions, as a partner to Karsun Solutions, LLC, was awarded the General Services Administration (GSA) FLEET Modernization Advanced Fleet Platform (AFP) Task Order under the CIO Modernization and Enterprise Transformation (COMET) blanket purchase agreement (BPA). This five-year award has a ceiling value of $75 million, in support of modernizing the systems and applications supporting GSA’s Fleet Management functions.

The 2020 Online Census is Widely Popular with Respondents

A new survey commissioned by T-Rex Solutions, LLC, found that the online response option of the 2020 Census was the most popular way for respondents to be counted. Of those who filled out the 2020 Census online, an overwhelming 94 percent found it was easy to complete. No respondents reported any significant difficulty using the online census. The survey of likely voters highlights the remarkable success of the nation’s first-ever online collection of census data.