McLean, VA | November 27, 2019 – SMS, a leading IT solutions provider and systems integration firm with over 40 years of experience providing innovative solutions to the federal government announced today their award of the U.S. Air Force Intranet Control (AFINC) II Task Order (TO).
The $94M, five-year task order was awarded to SMS on the NETCENTS 2 NetOps and Infrastructure Solutions Small Business Contract. SMS will be supporting the 26th Network Operations Squadron (26 NOS) at Maxwell Air Force Base-Gunter Annex, Montgomery, Alabama. The mission of the 26 NOS is to provide mission assurance to the warfighter through the operation, management, and defense of the Department of Defense Informational Network (DoDIN).
Michael P. Bean, SMS’ Senior Customer Advocate, who led the capture of this effort, commented, “SMS is humbled, honored, and excited to be selected to assist in this very important Air Force mission in defending their worldwide gateways and to take this Air Force mission to the next level. Luis Laranjeira, SMS’ Executive Vice President added, “We are grateful to the Air Force for entrusting SMS and our employees to support this mission critical effort!”
As a dynamic systems integrator, SMS offers proven solutions in engineering, operations, cybersecurity, and digital transformation. With expertise in modernizing and optimizing legacy infrastructure and systems, ensuring operational efficiency, and designing, implementing, and managing secure environments, SMS supports business and mission goals with proficiency, quality, and integrity.
SMS has been serving the advanced information technology needs of the federal government since 1976, delivering talented teams and innovative, cost-effective solutions and services to support our customers’ missions for more than 40 years. SMS is headquartered in McLean, Virginia, with offices and on-site operations at customer locations throughout the United States. For additional information on SMS, visit www.sms.com.