USAF Netcents II Contract Vehicle

USAF Netcents II Contract Vehicle

USAF Netcents II Contract Vehicle: ENO has partnered with prime contractors to offer the most comprehensive solutions available to the USAF worldwide. The purpose of the NETCENTS II contract is to provide Network-Centric Information technology, Networking, Telephony and Security, Voice, Video and Data Communications Commercial-off-the-Shelf (COTS) products, system solutions, engineering services systems hardware and software, warranty, systems management, operations and maintenance support, configuration management, training, centralized logistics and inventory management support, depot level support, spares and/or supplies to satisfy the requirements for interoperability, compatibility and resource sharing of both Government furnished Equipment and Contractor Furnished Equipment, supporting the Global Information Grid (GIG) architecture.

About ENO

ENO is the Consulting and Training Division of E&A Information Services Inc. We are recognized as a leader in customized, on site, instructor-led training and consulting for business and government. ENO draws on the knowledge and expertise of our instructors and consultants, whose skills span a wider range of capability than any other major consulting and training firm. The specialized disciplines of our training instructors and consultants encompass the full range of new and emerging wireless technologies, enterprise applications, Avionics, Aerospace, Rail, Infrastructure, and security technologies.

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Our experienced government team can also assist you in procuring our products and services through Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs), Basic Ordering Agreements (BOAs), and Master Ordering Agreements (MOAs). Contact our Government Training Advisor to learn more about purchasing our products through contract vehicles.

For organizational purchases, please send us a message at DHS Eagle - Contract Vehicle or complete and submit this form

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