Fairfax, VA, Wednesday, September 30, 2015- Nelson Enterprise Technology Services (NETS), a certified Service Disabled Veteran Owned (SDVOSB) and 8(a) Small Business, has been awarded a fixed-price contract with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to provide implementation and product integration services to assist with identifying opportunities for IT improvements, lower infrastructure risks, and establish baseline performance metrics for the Network and Active Directory.
The Centralized assessment will be conducted from the FTC National Capital Region (NCR) Headquarters and Constitution Center (CC) facilities encompassing the entire IT infrastructure across seven (7) regional offices. The resulting assessment will help define and implement optimization initiatives that will enable proactive IT management, provide cost and risk reductions across the IT enterprise. These assessment initiatives shall enhance users needs and experiences in order to increase productivity and magnify the impact of FTC employees.
Nelson Enterprise Technology Services (NETS) is a successful 8(a), Service Disabled Veteran Owned, and Minority Owned Small Business focused on providing Next Gen IT Software, Infrastructure, Systems Engineering, networking, and support solutions to our DoD, Federal Civilian, State and local Government customers. Our team of skilled, qualified technical and management professionals consistently deliver measurable results – on time, within budget, and without surprises.
NETS provides innovative solutions to meet complex, challenging requirements spanning Enterprise communications and Networking, interoperability, IT Security and Information Assurance, e-government, e-health, systems design and development, and Project Management. Our growth and success are a direct result of the passion our engineers bring to each engagement, and our ability to leverage our customers’ existing investments with state-of-the-art technologies that continually improve services and demonstrate a passion for doing more with less. Learn more at http://www.nets-us.com/.
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