SHINE Partners With Harris IT Services’ ITES-2S Team

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. March 4, 2009 – SHINE Systems & Technologies (SHINE) accepted an invitation to join Harris IT Services’ Team for the ITES-2S contract.

Harris IT Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of Harris Corporation (, provides mission-critical information technology (IT) and communications services to a wide customer base including defense, intelligence, and homeland security clients. ITES-2S (Information Technology Enterprise Solutions – 2 Services) is a broadly written, Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract vehicle with a $20 billion ceiling and 9-year period of performance (through December 2015).  Army, DoD, and other Federal agencies may purchase services through the following ITES-2S Task Areas:

  • Business Process Reengineering
  • Information Systems Security
  • Information Assurance
  • IT Services
  • Network Support
  • Systems Operations and Maintenance
  • Program/Project Management
  • Enterprise Design, Integration, and Consolidation
  • Education and Training

SHINE Systems offers the ITES-2S Team leadership and expertise in technology integration, workflow, collaboration, and innovation all that complement the offerings on the contract.  Jeff Thomas, SHINE President, notes “Harris offers an opportunity for SHINE to serve its Army customers here in Charlottesville and beyond.  ITES-2S targets our core competencies very well, and we believe its scope and longevity will allow us to serve Federal clients for years to come.”

SHINE Systems & Technologies (SHINE; is a small business management consultancy headquartered in Charlottesville, VA.  SHINE Systems is focused on enabling clients with end-to-end solutions that leverage workflow, technology integration, collaboration, and innovation. Our client base includes the Federal Government, State and Local Governments, Non-Profits, and Commercial firms. SHINE’s subject matter expertise encompasses military and business Intelligence Analysis, Fusion, and Analytics; web and non-web based Software Engineering; Business Process and Workflow Engineering, Re-Engineering, and Optimization; Collaboration and Strategic Planning; the Information Technologies; the Health and Life Sciences; and Intellectual Property Management and Commercialization.