STG gets Army Reserve network services deal

STG Inc. will provide services to the Army Reserve to facilitate its use of a network that transmits classified information under a $47.9 million contract.

STG will engineer, install and test sites at Army Reserve facilities for the Defense Department’s Secret IP Router Network, company officials said today.

The company’s team includes LGS Innovations LLC and TechConFed LLC, they added.

The contract was awarded through the Total Engineering and Integration Services program. The Army Information Systems Engineering Command–Fort Detrick Engineering Directorate will oversee the work.

STG, of Reston, Va., ranks No. 96 on Washington Technology’s 2008 Top 100

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