NES Wins U.S. Army PD-ES Data Center Consolidation Contract

Survey and Assessments to identify and recommend data center closure and application migration opportunities . .

ALEXANDRIA, VA – On September 27th, 2013, NES Associates, LLC ( was awarded the U.S. Army Project Directorate, Enterprise Services (PD ES) Program Management, Engineering, and Technical Support Services contract in support of data center consolidation; application re-engineering and migration; and business process re-engineering activities across CONUS.

Over the next year, NES will perform installation, data center, and application survey and assessment work to identify and recommend data center closure and application migration opportunities. This work directly supports the Army Data Center Consolidation Plan (ADCCP) by reorganizing and realigning IT capabilities to achieve cost savings while simultaneously enabling new services and capabilities by identifying, profiling, modernizing, and migrating existing applications to the appropriate consolidated data center.

NES’ familiarity with current ADCCP goals, processes, and strategies provides a strong understanding of the overall project scope and complexity allowing NES to begin working immediately with detailed strategies for the mitigation and management of these elements.

“NES is thrilled to continue working with PD-ES on their data center consolidation,” says Jack Curran, NES Director of Army Programs. “With prior knowledge of the services required by PD-ES, we are able to bring top quality service right from the start that will carry through project completion.”

The period of performance for this firm-fixed price contract is one year and will take place in Ft. Belvoir, VA.

About NES

NES is headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia and provides network engineering and IT services to customers around the globe that depend on highly secure and reliable technology solutions. NES specializes in network design and implementation, network performance optimization, network operations, service continuity management, software development and cybersecurity.

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