Small biz wins $49M DOD disaster recovery software BPA

Software will enable DOD, other agencies to boost continuity of ops procedures

Virtual Corp., a New Jersey software and consulting company, has secured a $49 million Defense Department blanket purchase agreement for its disaster recovery software solutions.

Virtual’s continuity of operations and disaster recovery software will enable DOD component managers to implement a sustainable process to create, update and maintain their own continuity of operations and IT disaster recovery plans, according to a company announcement made April 21.

The software can assist DOD and other federal agencies with continuity of operations planning, impact analyses, hazard vulnerability assessments, IT disaster recovery, incident and crisis management planning, as well as exercises and drills.

In business since 1994, Virtual is a certified women-owned small business in Budd Lake, N.J.

About the Author

David Hubler is the former print managing editor for GCN and senior editor for Washington Technology. He is freelance writer living in Annandale, Va.

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