Wireless Facilities wins DOD network ops center deal

Wireless Facilities Inc.'s subsidiary WFI Government Services will manage a wide-area network operations center, supporting more than 12,000 users, under a Department of Defense contract the company recently won.

A combination of previously unannounced contracts, extensions and task orders could be worth up to $40 million for the company over the next five years. The contracts include awards from the General Services Administration and the Defense Logistics Agency for technical integration of voice, data, and converged communications networks.

WFI of San Diego offers engineering, IT and technical services to government agencies. The company's areas of expertise include technical resources consulting, logistics and radio frequency identification solutions, homeland security and public safety applications and integrated network services.

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Doug Beizer is a staff writer for Washington Technology.

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