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Marine Corps awards Stanley new deal

May 26, 2010 at 1:19 PM   |   Comments

ARLINGTON, Va., May 26 (UPI) -- The U.S. Marine Corps selected Stanley Inc. for a contract vehicle supporting technical, operational and maintenance service requirements.

Virginia's Stanley announced it received the award to support the Marine Corps Network Operations and Security Center as part of the Marine Corps Systems Command Commercial Enterprise Omnibus contract.

The Marine Corps Network Operations and Security Center provides the Marines and joint forces with computer network defense capabilities and other mission-critical network services.

Under the $22 million blanket purchase agreement, Stanley will support the mission of Marine Corps Network Operations and Security Center with technical and operational services among other information technology requirements.

"We have supported Marine Corps Network Operations and Security Center since 2008 and look forward to continuing our work with their global network operations and computer network defense in this new capacity, for Marines and joint forces operating worldwide," Stanley Vice President Ed Lussier said in a statement.

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