Synesis7 To Serve On Team Awarded Prime U.S. Army Contract To Support Multiple-Award S3 Program

Butte, MT - March 29, 2006 - Synesis7 Corporation, a pioneering developer and provider of integrative information technology and management solutions, announces today that it will serve as a subcontractor on the multiple- award Strategic Services Sourcing (S3) program to provide on-going support services for the U.S. Army’s Communication-Electronics Life Cycle Management Command, (C-E LCMC). The S3 program, a ten-year, $19.25 billion indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contracting vehicle with a base of five years and one five year option, was established to enable the Army to quickly procure engineering, logistical, and business operations services to provide end-to-end support to the Army’s command, control, communication, computer, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems.

Synesis7 will serve as a subcontractor to USfalcon, Inc., which received one of seven prime awards that were awarded to four large and three small businesses. USfalcon leads a team of large and small businesses offering professional services to CE LCMC in the areas of Engineering, Logistics and Business Operations Support.

“Synesis7 is honored to be a part of the USfalcon team to provide the US Army comprehensive solutions that will better enable the C4ISR community in their mission,” said Allen Ellmaker, CEO of Synesis7.

About Synesis7 - Headquartered in Butte, Montana, with an office in Patuxent River, MD, Synesis7 provides holistic information technology and management solutions and services. Synesis7, a woman and veteran-owned small business, has emerged as the industry leader providing a highly automated system and process for converting complex source materials into S1000D compliant XML, significantly reducing cost, time, and errors within the conversion process. Acting as a total “system” transformation enabler, Synesis7 helps client-partners assess, plan, manage, develop, implement, integrate, and navigate through the challenges of rapid and unpredictable change, complex technology evolution and insertion, systems and software, process, and integrative management solutions that effect positive change.