SOSi Lands Army NETCOM Support Contract; Julian Setian Quoted

Julian Setian

The U.S. Army has awarded SOS International a potential five-year, $17M contract for teleconference network, cybersecurity and knowledge management services to the military branch’s Network Enterprise Technology Command.

The company said Friday it will support classified and unclassified networks being used at NETCOM’s Arizona headquarters and by subcommand groups worldwide.

“This win only furthers our support of the U.S. Army mission and strengthens our work in the network operations domain,” said Julian Setian, president and CEO of SOSi.

NETCOM is responsible for the service branch’s cyber operations on the Department of Defense Information Network.

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