Stanley announces $22 million contract to support Marine Corps network operations and security center
Stanley, Inc., a leading provider of systems integration and professional services to the US federal government, today announced that it was awarded a three-year, firm-fixed-price contract, valued at $22 million with the US Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC) to provide a broad range of technical, operational, managerial and maintenance functions for the Marine Corps Network Operations and Security Center (MCNOSC). The award falls under the MCSC Commercial Enterprise Omnibus support services blanket purchase agreement, which was awarded to Stanley in 2006.
"Stanley is honored to be chosen to provide support to the Marine Corps under this new effort," said Ed Lussier, Stanley vice president. "We have supported MCNOSC since 2008 and look forward to continuing our work with their global network operations and computer network defense in this new capacity, for Marine and Joint forces operating worldwide."
The MCNOSC mission is to provide global network operations and computer network defense to facilitate seamless information exchange in support of Marine and joint forces operating globally. MCNOSC is the Marine Corps' nucleus for enterprise data network services, network support to deploying forces, and technical development of network-enabled IT solutions.
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