CONTACT: Steve Scibetta

Herndon, VA – Qbase, a leading provider of essential IT and applied technology services to U.S. Intelligence Community and National Security clients, has been awarded a contract to provide a full suite of services to the U.S. Secret Service in support of their Unified Communications Infrastructure.

“This our first award under the CIO-SP3 vehicle and we could not be happier that it involves supporting a critical mission at the U.S. Secret Service,” Qbase Senior Vice President Louis Grever said. “We look forward to getting started and proving ourselves with this important client.”

Services will include embedded technical experts who will maintain and enhance the infrastructure, deployable teams of technologists that will support U.S. Secret Service special events across the country, and software/hardware licensing agreements that will ensure the Unified Comms network remains available, responsive, and resilient.

Qbase, a prime contractor on the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Chief Information Officer – Solutions and Partners 3 Small Business (CIO-SP3 SB) contract vehicle, was awarded the task order under a ‘Best Value’ competition and will provide services to the U.S. Secret Service under a multi-year contract. Qbase became a SB-track prime as part of the recent CIO-SP3 on-ramp process and this award is the first for Qbase under that vehicle.