June 30, 2016
Sumaria Systems Wins NETCENTS-2 NetOps Small Business Task Order for the Crash Phone System Upgrade at Misawa Air Base, Japan
DANVERS, Mass. - Sumaria Systems, Inc., provider of information technology, engineering, and professional services, has won the NETCENTS-2 NetOps Small Business Task Order for the Crash Phone System Upgrade at Misawa Air Base (AB), Japan.
Sumaria is replacing the primary and secondary crash phone networks at Misawa AB with a new system that meets Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Air Force guidelines. We are engineering, furnishing, installing and testing (EFI&T) this new primary and secondary crash-phone system. We are providing all equipment, tools, materials, supplies, transportation, labor, supervision, management, and other incidentals necessary to survey and EFI&T the new primary and secondary crash phone systems.
"Our solution minimizes the impact of services on the existing crash phone system prior to cutover to the new system" stated Dian Tribout, Sumaria NETCENTS-2 NetOps Program Manager. "Sumaria is very pleased to have been chosen to provide the required equipment and engineering services for this EFI&T OCONUS effort."
The Sumaria NETCENTS-2 SB contract is managed by the company’s Corporate Headquarters in Danvers, Mass.
About Sumaria Systems, Inc.
Sumaria Systems, Inc. is a CMMI® Level III appraised and ISO 9001 certified information technology, engineering, and professional services company headquartered in Danvers, Mass. Since its inception in 1982, Sumaria has provided a wide variety of Information Technology (IT) and Advisory & Assistance Services (A&AS) to the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and additional government agencies. Sumaria provides a full-range of services and capabilities to our clients, including program/project management, engineering, logistics, and financial and administrative services, as well as software engineering, systems integration, and network and enterprise architecture solutions that promote security, enhance productivity, and support client cost savings through improved efficiencies and service outsourcing (www.sumariasystems.com).
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