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Air Force Taps 12 Firms for $6B NETCENTS-2 Operations, Infrastructure Contract

NGENGlobeNine companies have won positions on a potential seven-year, $5.7 billion contract covering network operations and infrastructure services to the U.S. Air Force.

The Air Force receive 29 offers for this portion of the Network-Centric Solutions-2 program through a small business competition, the Defense Department said Thursday.

Air Force units are required to purchase the services through NETCENTS-2 and the vehicle is available for the Army, Navy, other defense agencies and civilian agencies.

Awardees include:

  • American Systems
  • BTAS
  • Epsilon Systems Solutions
  • Indus Corp.
  • MicroTechnologies LLC
  • Smartronix
  • SMS Data Products Group
  • STG Inc.
  • Sumaria Systems
  • Technica
  • Telos Corp.
  • The Centech Group

The network operations and infrastructure services contract contains a three-year base ordering period with four one-year options and task orders are limited to five years of performance.

Performance could extend beyond the expiration of an order, the Pentagon said.

Work could include network operations, core enterprise services, infrastructure development and operations, network management and defense, services oriented architecture infrastructure, enterprise-level security, management, implementation, operations and telephony infrastructure and services.

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