STG Wins U.S. Army’s C-TNOSC Contract to Provide LandWarNet to More Than 450,000 CONUS-based End Users

Glenn Davis, STG

Glenn Davis, STG

Last week, STG, Inc. (STG) announced that it has been awarded the CONUS-Theater Network Operations and Security Center (C-TNOSC) Information Technology Support Services (ITSS) contract, which was recently designated as 2d Regional Cyber Center [2RCC] – Western Hemisphere. Through this $103 million, three-year contract, STG will provide non-personal IT support to operate, manage and defend the Army’s NIPRNet CONUS portion of the Global Information Grid (GIG), as well as provide support for LandWarNet.

STG has operated the 2d Signal Center, C-TNOSC since June 2007. The center supports eight major LandWarNet services, providing more than 450,000 CONUS-based end users with contract management, technical services and CONUS LandWarNet operations support.

“This win is a significant achievement for STG,” said Glenn Davis, STG Enterprise Services Sector General Manager. “The 2d RCC-WH support is an anchor for the company and demonstrates our ability to provide a full range of operations, maintenance, and defensive functions not just in the existing mission areas but also within emerging requirements and functions supporting the Joint Information Environment (JIE). This win further establishes our position as a premier cyber enterprise network operations provider on a large-scale DoD program.”

STG Chairman and CEO Simon Lee added:

“STG has an outstanding relationship with our client and has assisted in their win of five service awards since 2010 and four NOSC of the year awards. We are excited to further our relationship with this client and look forward to developing the solutions needed to further their mission.”

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