George’s County Firm Awarded $3.5 Million Health Exchange Contract
Prince George’s County Council Chairman Mel Franklin
(D) – District 9, congratulates County-based Angarai International, Inc. on the
firm’s recently announced $3.55 million contract award from the Maryland Health
Exchange to audit technology development and management on their website.
Chairman Franklin says the selection is good news for the local economy and
further positions Prince George’s County as a destination for the world.
“There are a number of great companies in
Prince George’s County and we are pleased that a local, minority-owned business
was tapped to provide oversight of the Maryland Health Exchange and their
efforts to provide an effective, efficient marketplace for health coverage.”
Established in 2003 and based in Greenbelt, Maryland,
ANGARAI was recently recognized during the 2014 Washington Business Journal
Minority Business Leader Awards as one of the top 25 most prominent and
influential leaders of the Greater Washington D.C. region.
Council Member Ingrid M. Turner (D) –
District 4, is excited about the choice of a business in District 4 to perform
this critical work for the Maryland Health Exchange.
“I am pleased to know that ANGARAI, a
business located in the community of District 4, won this opportunity with the
Maryland’s Health Exchange. Such
contracts help to grow our local economy by providing opportunities to share in
the wealth generated by major projects and initiatives.”
Angarai International Inc., a management
consultant firm located on Hanover Parkway in Greenbelt, provides strategic
business advice, organizational change management and enterprise technology
development including business and architecture solutions. Work is scheduled to
begin July 1.