Oberon joins DISA contract

Oberon Associates Inc. has won a spot on a Defense Information Systems Agency network contract.

The company, a woman-owned small businesses, will perform system planning and support, operational analysis, system management and other services for components of the Defense Information Systems Network.

The contract is the DISN Network Support Services Global Associated Support. According to DISA, Artel Inc. is already a prime contractor on the contract, while DynCorp Information Systems LLC is the prime contractor on the companion DNSS-G Network Engineering Contract.

The contract, an indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity vehicle, could be worth up to $86 million and could span up to five years for Oberon.

Oberon of Manassas, Va., specializes in communications engineering, biometrics, data management and support.

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Technology journalist Michael Hardy is a former FCW editor.

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