DeVine Awarded Contract with Defense Information System Agency
Oct. 31, 2014 – FORT MEADE, Md. — DeVine Consulting, Inc., is pleased to announce that they have been awarded a $4 million contract to provide communication modeling and simulation engineering support for the Defense Information System Agency (DISA) in Fort Meade, MD.
With DISA’s unique software tools, workstations, and servers utilized for this effort, DeVine will provide on-going support to both NIPRNET and SIPRNET. To accomplish the Network Services Capability Center’s mission, DeVine will offer engineering analysis, assessment, and planning. We will also support the evolution from the existing circuit-switched architecture to a future IP converged environment.
- Contract-level and task order management
- Unified capabilities knowledge/practice of VViOP networks
- Network tools, data modeling, and analysis
- DSN/VVoIP traffic data analysis and reports
- Planning for emerging DISN technologies
“Providing engineering support for DISA is an excellent opportunity to showcase our expertise while expanding our customer clientele,” said Jeffrey DeVine, Managing Partner of DeVine Consulting, Inc.
About the DISA’s Network Services Capability Center:
The Communication Modeling Simulation Engineering Support section provides performance assessments and modeling support to DISA’s Network Services Capability Center.
“Defense Information System Network (DISN) is a worldwide protected telecommunications network that enables the exchange of information in an interoperable and global space, partitioned by security demands, transmission requirements, and geographic needs of targeted end-user communities. The DISN offers a selection of integrated standards-based services to fulfill these connectivity needs.
These services provide DISA mission partners with capability options to support diverse telecommunication requirements for organizations focused on, but not limited to, the Department of Defense.”
For more information on the Defense Information System Agency’s Network Services Capability Center (NS2), visit http://www.disa.mil/Services/Network-Services.