March 06, 2013
ARLINGTON, Va., March 6 — BAE Systems has been awarded a multi-year $127 million contract to provide infrastructure and software development support to the National Security Agency’s (NSA) High Performance Computing Infrastructure Group.
BAE Systems experts will provide architecture, installation and administration for a complex networking environment that supports multiple network enclaves and high-speed datacenter access. In addition, BAE Systems will provide 24/7 server and desktop customer support to more than three thousand end-users. The contract consolidates the work of three previous NSA contracts under one.
BAE Systems’ Intelligence & Security manages big data, informs big decisions, and supports big missions. BAE Systems delivers a broad range of services including IT, cybersecurity and intelligence analysis to enable the U.S. military and government to recognize, manage and defeat threats. The company takes pride in supporting critical national security missions that protect the nation and those who serve.
Source: BAE Systems
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