Ventura Technology, STG team win $29 million Army Enterprise IT Service contract

RESTON, Va., 2 Jan. 2009. Ventura Technology Enterprises Ltd. and STG Inc. won a $29 million, 5-year contract to provide IT services to U.S. Army's Pacific-Theater Network Operations and Security Center (PAC-TNOSC). PAC-TNOSC's mission is to operate, manage, and defend the U.S. Army portion of the Pacific Theater Information Grid (Pacific LandWarNet) to ensure the delivery of network operations (NETOPS) to support the diverse mission set of the Pacific area warfighter.

Jan 2nd, 2009

RESTON, Va., 2 Jan. 2009. Ventura Technology Enterprises Ltd. and STG Inc. won a $29 million, 5-year contract to provide IT services to U.S. Army's Pacific-Theater Network Operations and Security Center (PAC-TNOSC). PAC-TNOSC's mission is to operate, manage, and defend the U.S. Army portion of the Pacific Theater Information Grid (Pacific LandWarNet) to ensure the delivery of network operations (NETOPS) to support the diverse mission set of the Pacific area warfighter.

Team Ventura will provide timely, secure, and responsive 24x7x365 IT services to users in the Pacific area of responsibility (AOR). It includes providing a stable IT environment and a flexible, cross-trained support staff. The team will also implement a structure for maturing ITIL processes and functions, including network management, system automation, and information assurance.

PAC-TNOSC mission functions cover 20 task areas, including NETOPS, computing, enterprise management, and internal services, to deliver seamless command, control, communications, computers, and information management (C4IM) common user services in support of all Army entities in the Pacific AOR.

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