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Another Multi-year Contract win for Genius Road; signed deal with Texas DIR


(DALLAS, TX) – 
Genius Road has been awarded a multi-year “Information Technology Staff Augmentation Contract (ITSAC – DIR-CPO-4527)” with the Texas Department of Information Resources to deliver staffing services to the hundreds of public entities that DIR serves including state agencies, K–12 public education institutions, cities, counties, and other local governments, public universities and other higher education institutions. The mission of the DIR is to serve these entities “by leading the state’s technology strategy, protecting state technology infrastructure, and offering innovative and cost-effective solutions for all levels of government.”

Genius Road secured the deal by successfully competing in a very thorough bid process that started back in April. We are very proud and honored to have been selected by a leading government department right here in our home State of Texas. The Genius Road team is very excited to begin forging new relationships with the numerous agencies and schools that are at the forefront of many technology advancements.

About Genius Road, LLC:

Genius Road, LLC, was founded in 2010, to bring a more customer centric, boutique approach to technical, telecom and executive recruiting. With a methodology that starts with listening and a holistic recruiting philosophy that focuses on people, not paper, the Genius Road pros find, qualify and present superior candidates to fill their customers’ open positions. Genius Road is headquartered in Dallas, Texas, and works with companies nationwide.

For more information, visit www.geniusroad.com/dir.

About DIR:

DIR is an acronym for Department of Information Resources.  The DIR utilizes a cooperative contracting program to facilitate streamlined purchasing for Texas state agencies; K–12 public education institutions; cities, counties, and other local governments; and public universities and other higher education institutions.

For more information, visit https://dir.texas.gov/.