CSSS.NET wins $6.2M contract to support Air Combat Command

MacAulay-Brown will serve as partner on contract

CSSS.NET has won a $6.2 million contract with the U.S. Air Force to support the Air Combat Command Operational Support Center.

The center is located at Joint Air Force Base Langley-Eustis in Hampton, Va.

Under the contract, CSSS.NET will support Air Force weapons systems by delivering a range of information technology services and innovative technology solutions.

The company will address needs in the areas of information assurance, change management, network engineering, systems administration and video teleconference support, CSSS.NET said in a release.

MacAulay-Brown Inc. is a partner on the contract, the company said.

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