Army Reserves to get SIPRnet cafes

The Army Reserves has hired STG to engineer, install and test sites that it will use to access the Secret IP Router Network under a $47.9 million contract.

The Reston, Va., company’s team includes LGS Innovations and TechConFed, company officials said.

The contract was awarded through the Total Engineering and Integration Services program. The Army Information Systems Engineering Command–Fort Detrick Engineering Directorate will oversee the work.

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