The Exeter team is proud to be awarded a prime contract under the United States Air Force NETCENTS-2 Application Services vehicle. This page is designed to provide up-to-date information, related items of interest, and timelines for NETCENTS-2 activities and milestones. Thank you for visiting Team NETCENTS-2.
Exeter has delivered highly technical capabilities while adhering to Air Force information technology and information assurance policies and regulations. We have developed a focused and innovative methodology for adapting established Air Force approaches to modern rapid-capability delivery models. We have successfully guided the first highly complex mission application cloud migrations, and have applied RMF to be the first to accredit a complex application within DISA MilCloud and AWS GovCloud. Exeter operates and sustains several critical DoD systems within an Agile DevOps SDLC inclusive of DevSecOps processes and instrumentation.
Exeter has been delivering software development, systems integration, and cybersecurity services to the U.S. Air Force (USAF) since 2003.
The goal of the overall NETCENTS-2 program is to support missions that require voice, data, and video communications, information services, solutions, and products to deliver the right information, in the right format, to the right place, at the right time – efficient in peace, effective in war, and ensuring success across the spectrum of operations. NETCENTS-2 supports the IT lifecycle to include legacy operational and sustainment activities, re-engineering of legacy capabilities into target architectures and environments, and future service-oriented capabilities. NETCENTS-2 is an enabler to meet Air Force IT transformation goals to allow for innovation with the ability to more rapidly provision and field capabilities. NETCENTS-2 enables the ability to segregate aspects of full system lifecycles into more granular components that can be composed into integrated capabilities for the warfighter. Furthermore, NETCENTS-2 enables different solution providers to participate over the course of the program lifecycle. For example, the solution providers for development may be different from those that accomplish deployment, operation, and support.
Exeter’s contract, the NETCENTS-2 Application Services User’s Guide, and related information about the vehicle are posted on the official USAF NETCENTS-2 website.
Exeter Contract Number: FA8771-12-D-1007
Place of Performance: Worldwide
Contract Ceiling: $960 million for all task orders
Period of Performance: 7 years (4-year base period and three 1-year option periods), available for ordering 17 Sep 12
19 March 2019
Exeter was informed that it re-won its contract with the Air Force’s 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group (AMARG). Exeter has been successfully supporting AMARG for the last 2 years and is excited to continue that support for the next 5 years. We will continue to operate, sustain, develop, enhance, and support the entire 309 AMARG Business System (ABS).
13 July 2018
Exeter was awarded a contract by the Air Force Personnel Operations Activity (AFPOA) at HQ Air Force Personnel Center which is located at Joint Base San Antonio in Randolph, Texas. AFPOA provides information technologies supporting the human resources needs of Total Force Commanders and Airmen. Specifically, Exeter will be providing the following support services: program management; requirements and application development; field support; operations and data center support; cybersecurity and software management; and lifecycle management.
23 May 2017
Due to company growth, Exeter was promoted from NETCENTS Application Services Small Business to NETCENTS Application Services Full and Open.
Exeter is a privately held veteran owned small business. Our organization has an extensive track record of success in government and the private sector and that experience has led to the development of proven proprietary methodologies and performance yielding numerous client accolades. The company embodies the positive aspects of small business in the government consulting arena; small enough to allow direct employee and client access to management, yet large enough to meet our commitments and address all client needs.
Our organization was formed with four guiding principles:
- The integration and application of industry best management practices
- Distinctive client satisfaction
- Attracting, retaining, and challenging exceptional employees
- Teamwork and a gratifying work environment