ASHBURN, VA--(Marketwired - Nov 17, 2016) - Marshall Communications Corporation (MARSHALL), a leading Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSB) provider of broadband Internet Protocol (IP) satellite communication services and Information Technology (IT) products and services, announced their results for Government Fiscal Year 2016 as a Prime Contract Holder of NITAAC's (National Institutes of Health Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center) Chief Information Officer-Commodities and Solutions (CIO-CS) Government-Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC). The contracting officer announced that MARSHALL is ranked #6 of 64 prime contract holders with 103 contract awards in the past FY, totaling in excess of $4.7M.
The CIO-CS GWAC was awarded to Marshall Communications on May 1st 2015 with a contract funding ceiling of $20B over the 10 year period of performance. The contract provides for everything IT including services such as deployment and installation, maintenance and training, engineering, enterprise software licenses and extended warranties, hosted cloud solutions, mobility and collaboration tools, web and video-conferencing, cyber security, and health and biomedical IT products and services. The NITAAC Program Office also recently reported that the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is the #1 customer with orders of $179M since the contract began. In addition, the Department of Defense (DoD) was ranked #2 with orders in excess of $44M in contract values to date.
MARSHALL delivers customized integrated total system solutions specializing in Secure Full Motion Video, IP Satellite Communications, Networking & Information Technologies, Integration and Engineering Services, Training Solutions, and Program & Project Management to the Federal IT market; including worldwide satellite voice, video and data communications services. Offering consistent, high level Customer Service and Quality Assurance combined with the ability to supply "state of the art" Commercial-off the Shelf (COTS) hardware and software, MARSHALL anticipates substantial revenue across an increased number of market verticals, including C4ISR, cyber security and Healthcare IT.
"The ability to substantially grow our GWAC business by bringing cutting edge commercially available IT and security equipment and services to our customers is the crux of MARSHALL's growth strategy," said Michael McCormack, President of Marshall Communications.
Marshall Communications Corporation (www.marshallcomm.com) has been a leader in systems integration and engineering for secure streaming video solutions for satellite-based communications since 1991. MARSHALL is a wholly owned subsidiary of Mission Solutions Group (MSG), headquartered in Summerville, SC.
About Mission Solutions Group
Mission Solutions Group ("MSG") was founded by military and defense industry veterans with Special Operations, Force Protection, and solution development / implementation backgrounds. The MSG executive leadership team represents over 150 years of professional experience serving the DoD and commercial marketplace in all facets. For more information on Mission Solutions Group, please visit www.missionsolutionsgroup.com.