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Natoma Technologies Launches Federal Practice in Washington, DC

SACRAMENTO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/13/13 -- Natoma Technologies, Inc., an innovative provider of information technology and software services, is pleased to announce the launch of their federal practice. With a formal presence established inside the Beltway, Natoma opened their first office in the Washington DC metropolitan area in October of last year and hired seasoned Federal Practice Director, Jason March, to lead the growth and develop new business.

"We are excited about the opportunity to expand our services and solutions in the public sector," said Natoma founder and CEO Martin McGartland. "I am thrilled to have Jason on board to lead our federal business. Our new office space in Arlington, Virginia puts us next to business partners and decision makers from the defense and civilian agencies, allowing us to remain accessible and client-focused."

Prior to joining Natoma as Federal Practice Director, Jason March worked for leading technology solutions providers, including BearingPoint, Deloitte Consulting, and Apptis. At Apptis he served as Director of Public Sector Cloud Computing Solutions where he focused on helping the federal government leverage next-generation solutions like cloud computing, virtualization, big data and other technologies to drive efficiencies and cut IT infrastructure costs.

"I'm eager to be part of the Natoma team and look forward to the opportunity of bringing our innovative suite of solutions into the federal space," said Jason. "Our experience in developing mobile applications, health insurance exchanges and software-as-a service offerings are going to bring new and in demand innovative capabilities to the market."

Natoma was awarded a Schedule 70 contract by the US General Services Administration (GSA) in December 2012. IT Schedule 70 is the largest, most widely used acquisition vehicle in the federal government and processed over $16 billion in contract awards in 2012. "We are looking forward to the new contract opportunities available on the GSA IT 70 vehicle and having a means for new clients to access Natoma's solutions and services," said McGartland.

Natoma's DC Metro office is located at 1655 North Fort Myer Drive, Suite 700 in Arlington, Virginia, and is walking distance from the Metro's Orange Line for convenient access to Washington, D.C., the Pentagon and other key locations in our nation's capital.

About Natoma Technologies

Founded in 1998, Natoma Technologies, Inc is an information technology consulting firm and systems integrator providing innovative software solutions to government and commercial organizations. Natoma's strength is helping clients use cloud, mobile and other next generation technologies to improve work processes, reduce costs, and increase levels of service. Natoma focuses on making clients successful via technical excellence and a collaborative, team approach to deploy innovative IT solutions that address specific business needs. For additional information, visit

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