According to a recent announcement made by Nelson Enterprise Technology Services (NETS) and Intercom Federal Systems (Intercom), the U.S Department of State has awarded the two companies a Mentor-Protege Program agreement. NETS and Intercom will join forces to provide IT services to the Department of State.
NETS provides IT Infrastructure Support, Systems Engineering, Software Engineering and Network Engineering Enterprise Professional Services to the Federal, State and Local Governments. NETS offers solutions to meet the challenging requirements in e-Business, e-Government, Networks, IT Consolidation, Communications and Management. As an emerging technology firm on the forefront of new and innovative solutions, NETS focus is to continually improve services and solutions.
Intercom, based in Northern Virginia, is a TS-Cleared, IT Services Company. An employee-owned business, Intercom has been recognized with over 100 awards for excellence since its founding in 1990. These awards include the 2009 Rowlett Award, given by the National Security Agency (News - Alert), for work in delivering iPost, an enterprise systems cyber-security monitoring tool. The company specializes in Cloud Computing, Data Center Consolidation, Cyber-Security, Systems Architecture, Enterprise Architecture and Systems Engineering.
"NETS is proud to have been selected by Intercom and the Department of State for the Mentor-Protege program and is confident that the companies' combined expertise will result in a great partnership that will greatly benefit our customers," said Robert Nelson, Founder and CEO of NETS. "We look forward to a long and prosperous partnership with Intercom."
"We believe in -- and have benefitted from -- the mentor-protege program over the years," said Randall S. Coppersmith, Chairman & CEO of Intercom. "Robert Nelson and his team are an exciting young company, and in the spirit of implementing this partnership, Intercom will provide development assistance and mentoring to NETS, with a particular focus on the areas of corporate management, organization and performance. We look forward to collaborating with them."
Edited by Carlos Olivera