FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Procurevis, Inc. to provide acquisition support to the U.S. Agency for International Development
Washington, D.C. (July 12, 2003)— Washington, D.C. based Procurevis, Inc. announced today that it was competitively awarded a contract to provide Acquisitions Management Support the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Office of Procurement in Washington, DC; the DAVIS team’s responsibilities encompass cradle-to-grave acquisitions and grants management. Shanell S. Davis, CFCM, MA, President and CEO of Davis, commented, “We are very pleased with this opportunity to support USAID. Acquisitions and Grants Management is one our core business areas and we are particularly excited to establish DAVIS as a recognized provider of Acquisition Support in the Federal arena.” DAVIS is proud to lead the USAID effort and further develop the company footprint in the competitive government services market.
Procurevis, Inc. is a Washington, D.C. based, woman-owned, small business, certified by the US Small Business Administration as an SDB (Small Disadvantaged Business) and Hubzone. DAVIS is the premier, nationally recognized provider of Acquisitions, Contracts, and Grants Management, Program/Project Management, GSA Schedules and Temporary Solutions support to the federal government and commercial industry.
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This press release may contain forward-looking information within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and is subject to the safe harbor created by those sections. DAVIS assumes no obligation to update the information contained in this press release. DAVIS’ future results may be affected by its ability to continue to implement its e-Government solutions, its dependence on the Federal Government and other Federal Government contractors as its major clients, its dependence on procuring, pricing and performing short-term government contracts, its dependence on hiring and retaining qualified professionals, potential fluctuations in its quarterly operating results, its dependence on certain key employees and its ability to timely and effectively integrate the businesses it may acquire.