Exeter was awarded a contract in partnership with Integrated Computer Solutions, Inc. (ICS) to provide service management support to the DISA Defense Enterprise Computing Center (DECC) in Montgomery, Alabama. Services include a range of technical support, such as system administration and incident management; conducting site surveys to assist in ensuring compliance with Information Assurance requirements; and developing and implementing a Cyber Threat Security Plan.
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Exeter was awarded a 5-year contract to provide web support services to the Air Force’s 60th Maintenance Group (MXG). Specifically, we will provide development and management of distributed and web-based applications, and the configuration, maintenance, and deployment of all web, database, and application servers that provide applications. The work will be performed on-site at Travis AFB, California.
Exeter is excited to announce the formation of IPT-Exeter, LLC. IPT-Exeter is a joint venture partnership between IPT Associates and Exeter Government Services, LLC, combining the capabilities of two dynamic, highly successful companies in order to pursue selected opportunities within the DoD. The joint venture was formed under the auspices of the small business mentor-protégé program and we expect our two companies will be working closely together for years to come.
Exeter was informed that it re-won its contract with the Air Force’s 309th Aerospace Maintenance And Regeneration Group (AMARG). For the next 5 years, Exeter will continue to operate, sustain, develop, enhance, and support the entire AMARG Business System (ABS). This is Exeter’s second NETCENTS-2 Application Services Large Business IDIQ award.
Exeter has achieved ISO 9001:2015 certification, further solidifying our commitment to quality in our daily management practices and in the delivery of service to our customers! ISO 9001 is a quality management system standard developed by the International Organization for Standardization. It is used to certify quality management systems that focus on continual improvement, customer satisfaction, and the active involvement of both management and employees in a process-based approach.
Exeter received an Army PEOIEW&S Better Buying Support Services (B2S2) award, focused on technical, program, acquisition, logistics, and business services, supporting materiel and product R&D, test, production, sustainment, logistics, training, and disposition, and other services, CONUS/OCONUS. There is a 5-year ordering period and the vehicle has a ceiling of $248M.
Exeter recently participated in this program, which packages and ships meals to people in need. Volunteers packaged bulk food, producing 1,500 bags to provide 10,000 meals to hungry people. Participants included TC-AIMS II team members, Exeter leadership, teammate Lockheed Martin, and our government customer, AMIS. For more info on the program, contact Martin Andrews at email@example.com or visit http://www.stophungernow.org
Exeter promoted Mr. Rob Weighall to Vice President of Air Force Programs for his innumerable contributions to Exeter’s success in the Air Force for the past 12 years. Rob possesses a Masters in Management Information Systems and a Bachelors degree from Auburn University, has achieved a PMP, and currently executes a significant portion of Exeter’s business.
Mr. Michael Davis has been promoted to Vice President within Exeter. Mr. Davis has directed Exeter’s efforts with the Department of Defense for over 10 years and made numerous invaluable contributions to Exeter’s success throughout its history. Specifically, he has been instrumental in Exeter’s significant growth in the Department of Defense over the last year and will continue to provide the leadership necessary for our future success in that domain.
Exeter is a member of the G2, Inc. Team that was awarded a contract by the NIST Information Technology Laboratory’s Computer Security Division to provide information security and cybersecurity services. The NIST Cybersecurity Research, Development and Implementation (CRDI) IDIQ contract has a potential 5-year performance period and is valued at $70 million.