SSI announced it is teamed with Wyle, Inc.
Washington, DC, August 24, 2009 – Storage Strategies, Inc, (SSI) announced it is teamed with Wyle, Inc. to pursue the NETOPS and Infrastructure Solutions component of the U.S. Air Force's Network Centric Solutions-2 (NETCENTS-2) contract expected to be awarded in the second quarter of 2010. The total value of NETCENTS-2 is expected to be $19 billion over a seven-year period. NETCENTS-2 will consist of a collection of acquisitions that will replace the current NETCENTS contract vehicle. The NETOPS and Infrastructure Solutions component will be an IDIQ contract valued over $4 billion and include requirements for a full range of information technology services and solutions to support net-centric operations and missions at all USAF facilities worldwide.
Wyle's Information Systems Group has assembled a team of information systems professional services companies with the breadth and depth necessary to deliver these services. Wyle is recognized as one of the top large business information technology services providers supporting the Air Force today.
SSI, a Service Disabled Veteran Owned (SDVO) Small Business, is an independent data storage management consulting and engineering firm that provides data storage subject matter expertise to help customers economically manage rapidly growing information assets while meeting operational user needs. SSI offers a full range of storage engineering services including enterprise storage strategy and architecture development; service level development and implementation; data storage management assessments; data backup and recovery assessments; disaster recovery and continuity of operations planning; solution installation, integration, and implementation; and on-site engineering and infrastructure operations and maintenance. To learn more about SSI at its corporate web site:
For more information or to contact the firm please call corporate headquarters at Tel: (703) 451-1860 Fax: (703) 635-2806 or via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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