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Smartronix to Help Marine Corps Operate Enterprise Net; Bob Shea Comments

Smartronix-logoSmartronix has won a potential $40 million contract to provide engineering and logistics services to a U.S. Marine Corps center responsible for the branch’s enterprise network.

The Marine Corps Enterprise Network works to deliver data and information to users for global missions, Smartronix said Wednesday.

EMC (NYSE: EMC), McAfee, Northrop Grumman (NYSE: NOC) and SRA International and several small businesses will work with Smartronix to maintain the network’s systems, programs and information technology infrastructure.

“This is the 16th consecutive year that Smartronix has supported the MCNOSC and its mission,” said Bob Shea, an executive vice president.

“It’s an honor to partner with Marines and Marine civilians to support the MCNOSC’s critical mission to operate and defend the MCEN,” Shea added.

Services covered under the contract include:

  • architecture and design
  • computer network defense
  • critical infrastructure protection
  • cyber support services
  • expeditionary support
  • information management support
  • network operations support
  • systems engineering
  • telecommunications and IT systems services

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