CSA Continues MyNavy HR CIO Strategic Support for Naval Education and Training Command
June 07, 2023 – VIRGINA BEACH, Va. – Client Solution Architects (CSA) has been awarded a recompete contract to continue to provide comprehensive IT services to the Commander, Navy Recruiting Command (CNRC), an Echelon III subordinate command under the Naval Education and Training Command (NETC).
Under this contract, CSA will continue to deliver strategic support to the CNRC's Chief Information Officer (CIO), as well as network, information assurance, data management, software programming and cyber security services. The scope of duties encompasses IT sustainment support throughout the entire software development life cycle. This includes analyzing and improving existing cloud hardware and software performance, implementing system modifications for optimized performance and corrective action, and revising code and software solutions.
“As a leading provider of enterprise IT portfolio management, we are honored to continue to expand our relationship with CNRC” said Tim Spadafore, CSA’s chief operating officer. “We have experienced rapid growth in fulfilling the technological needs of the MyNavy HR mission, and we look forward to continuing our collaboration with the recruiting command.”
The contract award is part of the Technical Services Support (TSS) 2 contract, a multiple-award, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract. This contract provides comprehensive information technology services and solutions for the MyNavy HR enterprise.
Marshall Denny, CSA’s vice president of Navy operations, further expressed his enthusiasm about CSA's recent win. “For years, CSA has been managing and maintaining the IT systems, services and databases that fuel Navy personnel operations. Through this award, we will leverage our innovative solutions and exceptional services to further advance our customer’s mission in the recruitment of the highest quality men and women to serve in the Navy.”
The contract performance will be based in Millington, Tennessee. The base period of performance commences on June 1, 2023, and extends through November 2025, provided all option periods are exercised.