BCF to Support SPAWAR Data Centers
Charleston, SC (September 27, 2017) – BCF was issued a $4.8M/5 year award in Charleston, SC to support the SPAWAR Systems Center Atlantic (SSC LANT) Integrated Product Teams (IPT) for Data Center Applications & Optimization and Data Center Hosting Service as part of the PEO Enterprise Information Service subportfolio. We partnered with teammates CSSI and Liberty Business Associates, both current SSC LANT prime contractors. This effort will support developing processes and conducting process improvements in Data Center Consolidation, Data Center Hosting Services, LifeCycle Management, and Engineering Change Proposals for enterprise Data Centers (cloud-based or on-premise) in Charleston, SC; New Orleans, LA, and Kansas City, MO. We will also be developing, maintaining and reporting for 100 or more weekly master schedules that include information system transitions and data center life cycle management.This effort more than doubles our current presence and builds upon the successful rebid of our current task that support the SSC LANT Corporate Production IPT that was awarded last month. This task order, like our current one, is matrixed support from SPAWAR 6.0 and we leveraged both the great reputation of our current staff’s performance as well as the adjacency of this new IPT to our current one.
BCF to Provide Security to Air Force Bases Nationwide
Congrats to the entire BCF Security team out at our Sterling, VA facility!
BCF Wins DHS Mentor Award
During his introduction at the award ceremony, Kevin Boshears, Director of the DHS Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization, praised such partnerships as a cornerstone of the industry that encourage the growth of small businesses.
CEO Brady Foster stated, “What an honor! As an entrepreneur and owner, my partner and I remember the challenges of getting a business off the ground. We feel very fortunate to be able to pay it forward and help other startup companies overcome their hurdles. It also helps BCF participates in competitions where we would otherwise be too big.”