Smartronix nabs $40M contract to provide network operations for Marine center

Company's team includes large and small business

Smartronix has won a $40 million contract to provide network operations, defense and logistics support to the Marine Corps Network Operations and Security Center.

The center operates and defends the Marine Corps Enterprise Network, proving technical leadership in support of Marine and Joint Forces worldwide, Smartronix said in a release.

Under the contract, Smartronix will provide a number of services, including network operations support; information management; telecommunications and IT systems services; systems engineering; architecture and design; critical infrastructure protection; cyber support services; and others.

This contract marks the 16th consecutive year that the company has supported the center and its mission, said Bob Shea, Smartronix executive vice president.

The company's team includes:

  • Northrop Grumman
  • SRA International
  • McAfee
  • EMC

And the following small businesses:

  • Conscious Security
  • Dynology
  • Kirafima
  • RPI
  • Segue
  • Spearpoint
  • Silver Bear
  • SPG
  • WBSI

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Mark Hoover is a senior staff writer with Washington Technology. You can contact him at, or connect with him on Twitter at @mhooverWT.

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