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AITC to support Fort Jackson training facility

2nd August 2018 - 15:30 GMT | by The Shephard News Team

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Advanced IT Concepts (AITC) has received a multi-million dollar contract from the US Army Mission and Installation Contracting Command at Fort Jackson, South Carolina to update its security infrastructure, the company announced on 31 July.

The three-year contract has one base year period with two options years.  

Fort Jackson is the most active Initial Entry Training Center in the US Army, training more than 50% of all soldiers and around 60% of female soldiers entering the army each year.

The contract will see AITC provide the enhanced separate and secure security services for Fort Jackson’s training facilities. The company will provide intrusion detection systems, operations and maintenance, monitoring and repair and network and system equipment updates as well as upgrades necessary for transition to the risk management framework.

Gabe Ruiz, president and CEO, AITC, said: ‘We’ve invested in our people’s training for security systems and cyber security certifications and it’s fantastic to be supporting the army to keep our future warfighters safe. We hit the ground running with a fully capable team at Fort Jackson, our client is happy and we will continue to make it happen for them.’

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