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Avineon Announces Corporate Reorganization to Accommodate Growth, Enhance Customer Service

Alexandria, Va. – April 8, 2008 – Avineon, Inc., a successful provider of IT, geospatial, engineering and program management services, today announced it has restructured the company to consist of two divisions, Federal Systems and Commercial Systems, based on its concentration of customers within those markets. The corporate reorganization will enhance customer service, accommodate company growth and create efficiencies when planning and deploying projects for each division. Avineon foresees continued growth in both divisions and will continue expanding its employee base as needed to provide services and support to customers.

As part of the reorganization, Avineon has promoted Hee Sun Choung to Senior Vice President, Federal Systems and Gary Wilkison to Senior Vice President, Commercial Systems. Choung will oversee the federal systems division, including the civilian, defense and homeland security systems support it provides for Avineon’s federal customers. Wilkison will be responsible for all geospatial, engineering and commercial IT services Avineon provides its commercial and state and local government customers.

Karlu Rambhala, president and CEO of Avineon, commented, “We are committed to offering our customers the best IT, geospatial and engineering solutions and felt a need to separate the commercial and federal business units to provide more specialized service for each division. The reorganization and leadership provided by Hee Sun and Gary will help us facilitate that goal and better respond to the unique needs of clients in each sector.”

Avineon has experienced significant activity in contracts within the Federal Systems division, recently winning contracts with the U. S. Department of the Treasury, U.S. Department of Defense and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and anticipates additional contract opportunities. On the commercial side, growth potential remains high as Avineon has been successful in landing contracts with various utility companies and local government agencies. In addition to the 120 employees in the United States, Avineon also employs more than 600 people at its Avineon Europe and Avineon India subsidiaries who serve commercial and regional government customers abroad.