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Telos to support USAF information network

Jan. 29, 2014 at 12:42 PM   |   Comments

ASHBURN, Va., Jan. 29 (UPI) -- The U.S. Air Force's information network is to be supported by the Telos Corp. under an Information Network II task order.

The work will specifically be performed for the Air Force's 561 Network Operations Squadron, which provides core network support to various Air Force and joint commands. Among them: Air Force Space Command, Air Mobility Command, Air Education and Training Command, Pacific Air Forces, Air Force Global Strike Command, U.S. Strategic Command, U.S. Global Strike Command, U.S. Cyber Command, U.S. Transportation Command and U.S. Pacific Command.

"Telos has a hard-earned and well-deserved reputation for serving many Air Force components with superior services in cyber operations and defense," said Charisse Stokes, the company's vice president of cybersecurity and network management. "With this award, the 561 NOS and its 500,000 users demonstrate their confidence in Telos as a trusted partner."

Under the task order, Telos Corp. will provide network infrastructure operations, network monitoring and management, directory and authentication, messaging and collaboration, storage and virtualization, operations support and network defense throughout the 561 NOS' area of responsibility.

Telos Corp. is an IT solutions and services company that has served the U.S. government for more than 30 years.

Topics: Telos Corp.
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