STG Wins U.S. Army’s G-6 Contract to Provide IT Planning, Development, Migration, Implementation and Sustainment Support

Paul Fernandes, STG

Paul Fernandes, STG

Reston’s STG, Inc. (STG) recently announced that it has been awarded the U.S. Army’s Information Technology Planning, Development, Migration, Implementation, and Sustainment Support to United States Army Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM) Assistant Chief of Staff, G-6 (ACOFS, G-6) and Chief of Staff, G-33 (ACOFS, G-33) contract. Under the $3.8 million contract, STG will support the G-6 mission for one year with the potential for an additional year with the possible option year.

“STG has been a mission partner with NETCOM G-6 for 7 years. During that time, STG’s mission has grown significantly, along with the level of technical support advanced to software development and application modification and sustainment,” said Glenn Davis, STG Enterprise Services Sector General Manager. “STG was selected to support this mission for another year due to the team’s flexibility, creativity, professionalism, and dedication to the NETCOM’s mission.”

NETCOM is the U.S. Army’s Global Network Enterprise (GNE) service provider that executes full-spectrum cyber operations and attains information superiority. The enterprise plans, engineers, installs, integrates, protects and operates Army Cyberspace, enabling Mission Command through each phase of Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental, and Multinational operations. NETCOM’s capabilities include Information Technology Asset Management (ITAM), Enterprise Collaboration Services (ECS), Joint Enterprise Email, and Global Ticketing Consolidation (GTC).

“This win signifies our strong reputation for quality, affordable service, and demonstrates how we have become a ‘trusted partner’ of the NETCOM G-6 leadership team,” said Paul Fernandes, STG President and COO. “We are excited to expand our support team at Fort Belvoir, Fort Huachuca, and expand our current capability to provide advanced IA engineering services for NETCOM.”

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