Metairie, LA – <August 8, 2019,> Geocent, LLC, a national Information Technology and Engineering firm with its headquarters in Louisiana, has been awarded the Cloud Transition and Modernization support task order by the Naval Information Warfare Center (NIWC) Atlantic. Under this contract, Geocent will provide support services including application analysis, security requirements analysis, documentation, virtualization, modernization, technical engineering, migration scheduling, business process reengineering, data preparation, migration planning, interface transition planning, training on Cloud Services Offerings (CSO) environment, service transition planning, cutover planning, back out planning, and go-live support. The effort will also require associated transition and/or modernization support services to migrate legacy systems from their current hosting environments.
The total value of this award is $17.9M with a one-year base period and a one-year option. The primary place of performance is at Geocent’ s Charleston, SC office location.
“Geocent is honored to support NIWC and the USMC in designing and developing rapid enterprise-level integration, virtualization, and modernization of business IT systems to support our Marine Forces,” said Andrea Shirey, Geocent’ s Program Director based in Charleston, SC.
Geocent provides innovative information technology, high-end engineering services, and technology solutions to federal, state and local government, as well as the defense and aerospace industries, with over 20 years of performance. At Geocent, we solve the world’s biggest problems. We are successful in solving these problems by setting strong goals for the company which is evident by our mission statement: “Geocent is a leading technology company sought after by clients, employees, and partners for consistently delivering the right solutions.” Whether we are enabling space explorations, protecting our homeland, or serving our veterans, our projects combine science, technology, and strategy to create big solutions for the world’s most difficult challenges. Geocent has offices in Metairie and Baton Rouge, LA; Charleston, SC; Huntsville, AL; Stennis Space Center, MS; San Diego, CA; Jackson/Vicksburg, MS; Dallas, TX; Arlington and McLean, VA. For news media interviews and further information, please contact Jaclyn Dufrene at 504-831-1900 or firstname.lastname@example.org.