Norfolk-based Sterling Computers Corp., which provides information technology services and hardware, has been chosen as one of 25 prime recipients by the United States Air Force for the Network-Centric Solutions-2 Products Contract.
The contract will enable the Air Force and other Department of Defense and federal agencies to acquire a variety of networking equipment, servers, storage, multimedia hardware, software, identity management and biometric hardware, software, and warranty and maintenance contracts. The contract is valid for three years with three, one-year options and a maximum ceiling of $6.9 billion.
Brad Moore, President of Sterling, said, “It is imperative that we continue to develop and make available efficient and effective IT solutions to support mission objectives in peace and in war."
The objective of the NETCENTS-2 program is to support missions that require voice, data and video communications, information services, solutions and products.