Small firm wins $48M Army network gig

Trident Technologies LLC of Huntsville, Ala., has won a $48 million contract to build, staff and maintain the computer communications network for a branch of the Army Corps of Engineers.

Trident will build and run the network for the Corps Engineering Research and Development Center.

Based in Huntsville, Ala., the center conducts in a variety of research in areas including military engineering, geospatial research and engineering, environmental quality and installations, and civil works and water resources. It operates laboratories in Alexandria, Va., Champaign, Ill., Hanover, N.H., and Vicksburg.

Trident was one of three companies to bid on the contract, which runs through Feb. 28, 2022.

Trident is a woman-owned small business that was founded in 2006. It also is an 8(a) firm. It specializes in engineering services, test and evaluation, data integration, enterprise architecture and program support, among other services.

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