The first contract was awarded to BAE Systems by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) within Department of Justice in March to provide IT systems integration support for EOUSA. BAE Systems will provide all engineering, configuration, testing, sizing and development methodologies for EOUSA and its local area network (LAN) and wide area network (WAN) environments. This work includes the design and development of new systems; the security certification and accreditation of systems; and all primary engineering support for core deployed systems and major IT initiatives for the United States Attorneys’ offices. This award has a value of more than $32 million.
In late February, BAE Systems was awarded the $23 million Network Operations Center (NOC) & TechOne Services contract supporting the EOUSA’s Office of Information Technology, Office Automation Staff (OAS). Our team will provide 24/7 operations support, to include: Tier 2 Nationwide Helpdesk support, server administration, network operation services, Web application testing, and training request system support.
“BAE Systems has provided IT support to the Executive Office for United States Attorneys for more than ten years,” said Brian Mortweet, vice president of Federal Civilian Solutions for BAE Systems ITCS business. “As long-time partners, we understand the EOUSA’s mission and are ready to grow and meet the emerging future IT needs of its employees stationed across North America.”
United States Attorneys serve as the nation's principal litigators under the direction of the Attorney General. There are 94 United States Attorneys’ offices throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, Guam, and the Northern Mariana Islands.
BAE Systems Information Technology Cybersecurity Solutions (ITCS) business develops, deploys and maintains mission applications focused on information sharing, knowledge management and enhanced enterprise mission IT solutions for the national and defense intelligence communities. The ITCS business also provides analytics, cyber analysis and real-time network forensics.
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