U.S. Air Force organizations soon could begin awarding task orders to 12 small businesses under the potential $960 million Network Centrics-2 (NETCENTS-2) contract—a vehicle designed to make it faster and easier for warfighters to obtain innovative information technology services and capabilities. The NETCENTS-2 team already awarded its Application Services Small Business Companion contracts, which were the first of two application services contracts that will be available to Air Force personnel.
Datum Software Incorporated, John Creeks, Georgia; Digital Management Incorporated, Bethesda, Maryland; Diligent Consulting Incorporated, San Antonio, Texas; DSD Laboratories Incorporated, Sudbury, Massachusetts; Diversified Technical Services Incorporated, El Paso, Texas; Exeter Government Services LLC, Gaithersburg, Maryland; Excellus Solutions LLC, McLean, Virginia; IndraSoft, Reston, Virginia; Segue Technologies, Arlington, Virginia; SI Systems Technologies, Folsom, California; Array Information Technology Incorporated, Greenbelt, Maryland; and ActioNet Incorporated, Vienna, Virginia, a
Diligent Consulting Incorporated, San Antonio, Texas, was awarded a $24 million contract to provide for Air Education and Training Command Department of Defense information assurance certification and accreditation process support services. Air Armament Center, Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, is the contracting activity.