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INDUS at AFCEA 2015 CyberSpace Symposium

02.03.15

At the foot of Sheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs, CO INDUS attended the Rocky Mountain Chapter of AFCEA 2015 CYBERSPACE Symposium. The Symposium provides a national forum for industry and government to work together to help solve the challenges of cybersecurity, community cyber readiness and national defense. This year’s theme, ““Protecting Cyberspace -- Policy, Partnerships, and Practical Solutions”, brought together a mix of industry, military, academia, and non-profit organization to learn and share the cyber business.

Representing INDUS were Ted Milone (Director of Defense Information Security Division), Curt Locke (Vice-President of DoD Cyber Solutions), and Susan Morris (Strategic Alliance and Research Manager). Together, our team met with industry and Air Force leadership in an effort to further strengthen relationships and develop new business opportunities.

This event and the global Air Force community in which it serves is important to INDUS Corporation as we position for future task order possibilities on the Network-Centric Solutions-2 (NETCENTS-2) Network Operations (NETOPS) and Infrastructure Small Business companion contract. INDUS is one of a dozen companies with less than 1,500 employees initially awarded the NETOPS small business portion of the $5.8 billion NETCENTS-2 contract.

About AFCEA: AFCEA is an international organization that serves its members by providing a forum for the ethical exchange of information.  AFCEA is dedicated to increasing knowledge through the exploration of issues relevant to its members in information technology, communications, and electronics for the defense, homeland security and intelligence communities.

About Air Force Space Command: Activated in 1982, Space Command is a major command with headquarters at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado. AFSPC provides Global Access, Persistence and Awareness for the 21st Century. It’s mission is to
Provide Resilient and Affordable Space and Cyberspace Capabilities for the Joint Force and the Nation.

About NETCENTS-2: The Network-Centric Solutions-2 (NETCENTS-2) contracts provide the Air Force with a primary source of netcentric and IT products, services, and solutions—INDUS was initially awarded the NETOPS and Infrastructure Small Business companion contract. Use of the NETCENTS-2 contracts is mandatory for Air Force organizations as the contracts are awarded.