Small firm takes on MDA collaboration work
- By Nick Wakeman
- Mar 23, 2018
A small business based in Chantilly, Virginia has won a potential $113.5 million contract for global collaboration services from the Missile Defense Agency.
Network Management Resources will provide video conferencing services, portal and data service, customer facing business application services and end-user training to MDA.
The Under the Research and Development Collaboration Services contract has a $31 million base value over two years and five one-year options worth $82.5 million combined.
MDA wants both classified and unclassified collaboration services. Work will take place at a variety of locations including Fort Belvoir in Virginia, Redstone Arsenal in Alabama, Schriever Air Force Base in Colorado and Dahlgren, Virginia.
Five companies bid on the contract.
Nick Wakeman is the editor-in-chief of Washington Technology. Follow him on Twitter: @nick_wakeman.