Virginia Beach, VA, September 12, 2018, Stratascor, LLC (dba StratasCorp Technologies) was awarded a $4.1 million Seaport-e Task Order (Firm Fixed Price) to support war fighting capabilities with specific focus toward EWD production.
Under this task order StratasCorp Technologies will be responsible to provide technologies and expertise to support ongoing Mission Areas of EW and Reprogrammable Library Support. Personnel will provide technical expertise in the areas of Technical Data Analysis, Data Requirements Analysis, Order of Battle Analysis, Product Quality Assurance, Web application software development support, EW Database Product development, Data Architecture design/development support, Reprogrammable Library development support, and Training Emitter
“Ensuring that our customer has what is needed to keep supporting the military warfighter requires expert EW knowledge through information technology services at a large scale,” said Romeo Spino, StratasCorp CEO/President. “Stratas will be providing world-class web application and software development services and solutions for the Navy’s Electronic Warfare critical mission of keeping the warfighter ready.”
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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