Virginia Beach, VA– A $210,000,000 contract was awarded to StratasCorp Technologies (STRATAS TECH) on Wednesday. The contract includes a five-year ordering period for communications, computer system afloat operations, sustainment support for capabilities aboard the Military Sealift Command (MSC) fleet of ships and the MSC network operations center.
“We’re excited to support MSC in meeting their national defense objectives by providing world-class, secure and cost-effective IT services across the globe.” said Romeo Spino, CEO StratasCorp. “Our innovative information technology experts and established management processes will sustain system operations to ensure system availability for strategic and operational sealift mission-critical information technology services.”
The work will be performed in Norfolk, Virginia, and various locations throughout the United States and overseas. Execution of this IDIQ is scheduled to commence Jan. 1, 2019, and is expected to be completed Dec. 31, 2023.
Commander, Military Sealift Command (COMSC), in the role as single Department of Defense (DOD) manager for sea transportation, operates a worldwide fleet of ships.
About StratasCorp Technologies
StratasCorp Technologies (Stratas Tech), a division of Stratascor, LLC, specializes in supporting federal government and defense end-user requirements for land, sea, air, and space missions. The company’s leadership has supported large type commands (TYCOM), enterprise programs, and individual requirements for a wide spectrum of government and DoD agency customers. Headquartered in Virginia Beach, VA with multiple satellite locations across the world, Stratas Tech provides a cadre of certified and experienced personnel who are subject matter experts specializing in Electronic Warfare (EW), Computer Network Defense (CND), Network Operation (NetOps), Shipyard Waterfront IT Support Services, Professional and Administrative, Program Management and Integrated Logistics Support Services.
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