MSM Technology Wins DISA Communications Automation and Infrastructure (CAI) Contract
Quantico, VA – July 30, 2022 – MSM Technology, a WOSB, HUBZone and SDB, has been awarded a three-year contract to provide communications infrastructure design, implementation, and sustainment in support of over 3,700 communications devices supporting various networks across the globe. MSM has a strong history supporting the DISA Strategic Plan and the Hosting and Compute Center (HaCC) to design, engineer, and implement secure solutions that meet the unification goals for the agency’s core data centers and enterprise cloud initiatives. Under the CAI contract, MSM will provide the DISA Communications Line of Business (CLOB) with infrastructure, engineering, automation, and application support for DISA and Mission Partner systems that connect to the agency’s data center communications infrastructure.
MSM is partnered with World Wide Technology (WWT), a global technology solutions provider with $14.5 billion in annual revenue, to provide emerging technology Lab-as-a-Service (LaaS) support through a state-of-the-art Advanced Technology Center (ATC), providing DISA with a collaborative ecosystem to design, build, test, educate, and deploy innovative technology products before selecting or implementing changes in the DISA environment. Cratis Automation Solutions will provide partnership support in emerging technologies, further bolstering the team with niche network automation solutions.
“MSM is proud to continue our support of DISA in advancing national security priorities in support of the warfighter. We look forward to delivering the most advanced, reliable and vital technologies and support with increased use of automation and shared resources to achieve efficiencies and standardization across the HaCC,” said Manisha Morris, MSM Technology’s President. “This award further demonstrates the capability of small business to drive force readiness through innovation leveraging highly skilled and cleared subject matter experts with a unique understanding of DISA’s strategic objectives. We look forward to supporting the Hosting and Compute Center in its efforts to transform hosting and compute for the warfighter.”