Wyle wins contract to support DARPA move

Company will provide IT services for office relocation

Wyle Information Systems will support the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s support services office as it moves to a new location.

The company will provide IT services under a $14 million contract. Services will include infrastructure designs/modifications, equipment and software procurement, migration of existing infrastructure, installation, certification and accreditation, and maintenance.

Wyle also will build a network infrastructure to support servers, storage and wireless solutions, including telephony solutions.

DARPA’s support services offices is moving from one location in Arlington, Va., to another location in Arlington.

Wyle has supported DARPA on other projects for the last 10 years. Wyle’s teammates include SMS of McLean, Va., and STG of Reston, Va.

Wyle is ranked No. 45 on the 2010 Washington Technology Top 100 list of the largest government contractors.

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Nick Wakeman is the editor-in-chief of Washington Technology. Follow him on Twitter: @nick_wakeman.

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