Epsilon Awarded Naval Higher Education IT Support Contract
January 24th 2018
Epsilon, Inc. (Epsilon) is pleased to announce it is among 11 service-disabled veteran-owned small businesses (SDVOSB) that have been awarded a contract providing Information Technology and Communications Support Services for Navy education institutions including the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS), Naval War College (NWC) and the United States Naval Academy (USNA).
Through this Indefinite Quantity, Indefinite Delivery (IDIQ) Multiple Award Contract (MAC), Epsilon supports all Navy Higher Education institutions, and many other Navy and USMC training and education programs.
The scope of IT services covered under this contract includes fourteen critical categories: applications, computer network defense, learning management systems, multimedia educational technologies, virtualization, network and infrastructure maintenance, network engineering, enterprise architecture, service center services, client hardware and lab services, enterprise information, system architecture, system administration, and visualization services.
“I learned and developed tremendously during the four years as a Midshipman at the Academy. That experience prepared me for the rigors of military life and business. To be able to come full circle in my career and have the opportunity to support both the US Naval Academy and other Navy Higher Education institutions in the Navy is a tremendous honor, and the culmination of nine years of hard work at Epsilon.”
Peter Penzell, Epsilon CEO
About Epsilon: Epsilon’s mission is to align information technology with customer objectives by eliminating complexity, simplifying compliance, and by providing transparency in our approach. We operate as a collaborative partner by prioritizing investments in IT, which maximizes the functionality and benefit to the organization.
Over 100 businesses and 12 government agencies trust Epsilon to manage the Information Technology functions of their organization. We have supported customer locations in 12 states, four countries, and that number continues to grow.
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