USAISEC

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USAISECUnited States Army Information Systems Engineering Command
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MAJ (Ret) Tregre, BSEE, CISSP, ISSEP, is the Security Engineering Group supervisor in the USAISEC in Information Assurance and Security Engineering Directorate.
Hendy is the director of the Information Assurance and Security Engineering Directorate in the USAISEC.
Under this competitively awarded task order, NCI will provide engineering and design services, implementation oversight, quality control, and drafting-related services for the full lifecycle of USAISEC projects, including planning, development, security, evaluation, and testing.
This win is another in a series of NCI wins related to engineering and quality control in support of USAISEC and validates our strategy of focusing on customer support and satisfaction in support of U.
TEIS III is the next-generation contract following NCI's successful TEIS II contract with USAISEC.
NCI is again honored to have been selected by USAISEC to provide premier information engineering and IT services to the Army and its other Federal agency customers," said, Terry Glasgow, President.
STG relied on its significant BRAC experience to provide USAISEC with a flexible, leading-edge solution that will ensure this task is completed on time and within budget.
STG assembled a cadre of highly specialized companies ready to leverage its experience and expertise to deliver a solution that will ensure mission success for USAISEC on all aspects of this contract.
USAISEC provides systems engineering, installation, integration, implementation and evaluation support for communications and information technology systems worldwide.
In December Wave teamed with NCI Information Systems in connection with a contract awarded by the United States Army Information Systems Engineering Command (USAISEC) to NCI to provide information systems engineering and information technology support to the USAISEC, and other federal agencies worldwide.
USAISEC, a subordinate command of the Army's Communications-Electronics Life Cycle Management Command (CE-LCMC), is located at Ft.