November 29, 2015 – KGS Part of Winning Team Awarded Multiple Task Orders under NETCENTS II NETOPS Contract
KGS is proud to announce that the Air Force Air Combat Command selected Sumaria Systems to deliver system administration and advanced network engineering services to the 633d Communications Squadron (633 CS) under the NETCENTS II NETOPS contract vehicle. KGS was awarded two task orders where our team will provide all personnel, supervision, and management necessary to perform non-personal services for Advanced Network Engineering Services (ANES) and Specialized System Administration Services in support of the 633 CSS at Joint Base Langley-Eustis (JBLE), Virginia.
“KGS’ network engineering effectiveness and efficiency in terms of stability, performance, and security will be integral to the success of this contract,” said Pat Moneymaker, Chairman and CEO of KGS. “We look forward to using our vast experience to meet the 633 CS mission of providing full-spectrum communications supporting worldwide warfighting missions and meeting communications needs for 151,000 active-duty military members, civilians, and retirees.
Through its specialized network engineering expertise, KGS will support the installation, sustainment and optimization of network hardware and software employed throughout JBLE for Air Force-specific and base-level network capabilities. To learn how KGS is helping the Air Force/JBLE achieve its network technologies goals and objectives, please contact KGS's Vice President of Defense and Security Solutions (DSS), Hussein Basaria at email@example.com.