ViON Corporation, a provider of “mission-critical” IT infrastructure solutions on an enterprise scale for the military, governments and commercial businesses, has been awarded a Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA) for commercial cloud solutions, ITaaS, cloud hosting, cloud migration support and IT modernization from the U.S. Army under its Army Cloud Computing Enterprise Transformation (ACCENT) program.
The ACCENT BOA is valid for a three-year ordering period with a contract maximum of $248.7 million and will be the Army’s preferred source used by all Army commands and organizations requiring commercial cloud services.
“Over the last 15 years, we have earned an exceptional reputation for on-demand delivery, SLA compliance and reduced cost in battle-tested environments,” said Tom Frana, CEO of ViON. “We understand this is a critical undertaking for the Army and we have built a team of providers with DoD Provisional Authority (PA) and Certified Cloud Service Offerings (CSOs) to meet a variety of as a Service requirements across many technologies.”
ACCENT provides an Army contract vehicle to procure technical support for transition of Army enterprise systems/applications migrating to a commercial cloud environment or an Army Enterprise Hosting Facility (AEHF). It also supports the Army Data Center Consolidation Plan (ADCCP) modernization and migration needs.
ViON Corporation delivers compute, network and storage capabilities, delivered on premise or through the cloud anywhere on earth. The veteran-owned business is located in Herndon, Virginia with field offices throughout the United States.