STG Wins $5.1 Million NOAA ITC Order

STG to Manage Day-to-Day IT Operations at ITC

STG has been awarded the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Information Technology Center (ITC) task order. This performance-based bridge task order is worth $5.1 million over an 18-month period and will be performed under NOAA’s Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) and High-Performance Computing and Communications, Information Systems Management Office (ISMO). STG will assume the day-to-day responsibility for managing NOAA’s IT resources at the ITC and software support to the Administrative Services Division (ASD).

“In developing our solution for NOAA, we delivered the best-value solution that ensures a stable and secure platform that will meet all performance requirements while exceeding expectations,” said Paul Fernandes, STG COO. “This contract goes beyond numbers for STG…it offers us an opportunity to leverage our expertise within NOAA OCIO while at the same time strengthening our existing 8-year relationship within the administration.”

ISMO operates NOAA’s financial and administrative computing center and provides IT oversight, systems analysis, design and computer programming support for NOAA. The objectives of this task order are to ensure that the infrastructure functions efficiently, provide data for management and reporting, assist the government in changes to the IT infrastructure, meet NOAA strategic goals for state-of-the-art and secure IT support services and increase efficiency by having a single source to contact.

“STG was chosen based on our strong Financial and IT core competencies and ability to kick off the task order demands immediately,” said STG President and CEO Simon Lee. “STG has a rich history of partnering with NOAA, and we are honored that they recognized that STG has the superior technical experience required to succeed on this task order. We demonstrated our commitment to NOAA by completing a smooth, seamless transition just three days after award, and we look forward to meeting all future challenges and exceeding expectations.”