Data Computer Corporation of America (DCCA), a veteran-owned high-technology consulting firm specializing in information technology (IT) services for the government, announced that it has been awarded two task orders by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) worth roughly $4.3 million. Under the terms of the task orders, which will be completed over a two-year time period, DCCA will provide cloud computing design and development, as well as operations and maintenance support services to the DoD.
"DCCA has extensive experience supporting the defense community with services that range from systems engineering to software development to information assurance, all with a focus on national security," said David W. Bower, DCCA CEO. "These task orders enable us to provide high-performance cloud-based computing solutions, offering the DoD actionable analytic and information capabilities. We look forward to performing the work."
DCCA will provide expertise in cloud computing architecture design and development, as well as software analysis, design, integration, and testing. In addition, DCCA will perform cloud architecture integration, including map-reduce processing, application management, and data visualization.
"Our goal as a company is to leverage best practices and processes that deliver superior results for our customers," said Bower. "The longstanding partnership we maintain with the DoD is a clear example of the success we are having in this regard. We appreciate the DoD's continued confidence and support."
Source: Data Computer Corporation of America
Date: Feb 7, 2012