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FCW : August 15, 2016
NETCENTS-2 CDW-G DELIVERS NEW AIR FORCE CONTRACT AIMS HIGH IR FORCE AND OTHER Defense agencies working with the Air Force were a little wary of the NETCENTS-2 contract vehicle in 2013. While it provided a wider array of products and services than its predecessor, contract for the Air Force. According to Air Force Enterprise enterprise level, enforce network standardization, and ensure future each other. The Air Force shouldn’t according to Randy Harris, Vice Capture & Services Delivery at CDW-G. The contract has an and is focused on ensuring access NETCENTS-2, a portfolio of vendors, is currently split into three categories: Net-Centric Products, Application Services, and Network (NetOps). The contract supports of enterprise-wide net-centric products, infrastructure, applications those products and services not DoD or Air Force contracts. Because NETCENTS-2 leverages the Air Force’s collective service fee with this contract and three percent. All products and services under standards; including the DoD these standards helps strengthen network security. SPOTLIGHT ON THE PRODUCTS NETCENTS-2 product contract has received the lion’s share of contracts, NETCENTS-2 leaves it up at the end of each product year or NETCENTS-2 In a Nutshell While the products section of NETCENTS-2 is the largest in terms of task orders, there are two other important Application Services: Provides application services across the lifecycle including sustainment, migration, integration, training, help desk support, testing and operational support. It includes application services support to Network Operations and Infrastructure: Provides a full range of services and solutions for network operations, production, research and development, and Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance (C4ISR) mission capabilities. Services include development, acquisition, integration, test, deployment and sustainment of Air Force infrastructures. Unlike Application Services and Products, this category of services is open to all federal agencies, even if they are not working with or for the Air Force.
July 30, 2016
August 30, 2016