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Ace Technology Partners Secures Air Force Renewal Under NETCENTS-2 IT Products Vehicle

Ace Technology Partners Secures Air Force Renewal Under NETCENTS-2 IT Products Vehicle - top government contractors - best government contracting event

netcentsAce Technology Partners has secured its first one-year renewal on a U.S. Air Force contract vehicle that covers standardized networking equipment, supplies and related services.

The Air Force’s decision to renew Ace Technology’s position on the NETCENTS-2 contract was partially based on the company’s record of performance of work with government and military customers over the past three decades, the company said Thursday.

Ace Technology Partners was among eight companies selected in April 2013 to supply commercial-off-the-shelf products for the Air Force’s internet protocol network under NETCENTS-2.

The contract serves as the military branch’s primary source of IT products and services as well as provides the Defense Department and other federal agencies with a vetted source for various kinds of IT equipment.

John Samborski, Ace Technology Partners CEO, said that the company works to gain the trust and loyalty of high-level government and military organizations.

Illinois-based Ace Technology Partners offers printing, networking, mobility, imaging and security products as well as procurement, installation, engineering and consultation services to clients such as higher education institutions, state and local government agencies.

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