SSB is awarded a Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) Contract for support to the Peace Corps.
It was announced today that SSB and their subs Next Tier Concepts, Edgesource and MTS Technologies have been competitively selected to provide information technology services over a 5-year period in accordance with a BPA issued by the Peace Corps. The services to be provided cover a broad range of tasks and will be performed primarily at the Peace Corps headquarters in Washington, DC. The tasks will support Peace Corps staff spread around the world.
SSB wins prime contract with U.S. Army Command and Control Support Agency (CCSA).
SSB has been awarded a five year, single-award, IDIQ prime contract to support the Army's Command and Control Support Agency at the Pentagon and other locations as directed. The effort will support the continuing requirements to provide responsive command and control application development, database and web development and maintenance services to the Army Operations Center's mission of C2 support to the HQDA Crisis Action Team , and the Army's Global War on Terrorism as a whole.
SSB notified of team awards for 3 contracts today.
SSB has been selected to perform as a subcontractor on 3 contracts for widely varying clients today.
These efforts will require cleared personnel with SSB's core skills including web design and development, database engineering, systems administration, systems analysis and web-based training.
SSB June 2007: SSB chosen for Department of State HITSS IDIQ contract.
SSB, as a teammate to Edgesource, a service-disabled veteran-owned company, has been selected to perform on the Department of State $2B IDIQ HITSS contract. The initial tasks are expected to begin shortly and will support a wide range of IT efforts for the Department of State through the IRM Bureau.
SSB begins online training to the Charles County Sheriff's Officers.
SSB has been tasked by the Charles County Sheriff's Office to begin providing online training to their sworn officers. The terms of the licensing include access to the full functionality of SSB's Internet-based Learning Management System, access to over 100 law enforcement courses from the SSB library and an Internet based interface to the Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commissions. In addition to officer access to the content in their offices, SSB will push the data through wireless links to the officers' vehicle laptops as well.
SSB is awarded a contract for .NET support to the Peace Corps.
SSB, teamed with Next Tier Concepts, has begun work on improvements to the Peace Corps Criminal Incident Reporting System (CIRS). The software development is to be performed in a .NET environment and will interface to the Peace Corps staff spread around the world.
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