Contract Award- STG – $39 Million – USAISEC

STG, Inc. has been awarded a $39 million contract to deliver information assurance (IA) services to the U.S. Army Information Systems Engineering Command (USAISEC), Information Assurance Systems Engineering Directorate (IASED).

Under the two-year contract, STG will provide IA support services for several IASED customers, including Program Executive Offices, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Department of Energy, Department of Homeland Security and other Department of Defense or federal agencies.

Bob Frisbie, senior vice president of STG’s defense sector, said “STG information assurance solutions will be applied to support the Army in implementation of this critical task order. STG assembled a cadre of highly specialized companies ready to leverage its experience and expertise to deliver a solution that will ensure mission success for USAISEC on all aspects of this contract.”

To support USAISEC, STG will perform IA engineering, discovery and certification visits from its Sierra Vista facility, conduct research, engineering and network testing of servers and platforms to determine security engineering solutions. STG’s local laboratory will provide in-house staff training.

Simon Lee, CEO and president of STG, said “This win—coupled with the work STG currently performs at organizations including VA, NETCOM and ATEC—helps solidify our presence in the IA arena and adds value to all of our IA customer engagements. With the right people and tools already in place, we will continue to invest in expanding our IA core competency—leveraging our significant knowledge and expertise to outperform our competitors and offer unparalleled best-of-breed solutions to our customers.”

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