Vencore Awarded James S. Cogswell Outstanding Industrial Security Achievement Award

Chantilly, Va. — May 20, 2015 — Vencore, Inc. announced today it was awarded the 2015 James S. Cogswell Outstanding Industrial Security Achievement Award for its facility located in Cleveland, Ohio. The Cogswell Award is the highest honor the Defense Security Service (DSS) presents to cleared industry partners.  Stan Sims, director of DSS, will present this year’s awards at the 51st Annual NCMS Society of Industrial Security Professionals’ National Seminar on May 24 in Las Vegas, Nev. 

Established in 1966, the Cogswell Award represents the need for a true partnership between industry and government to ensure the protection of the nation’s classified assets.  In order to receive consideration for the award, contractors must meet a difficult set of criteria established by the DSS. The criteria include building and maintaining a security program that exceeds the National Industrial Security Program requirements and providing leadership to other cleared facilities to establish best practices while setting the highest standards for security. 

"This award is given to a select few who have a proven track record of excellence in maintaining a top notch, comprehensive security program at their facility,” said Mac Curtis, president and CEO of Vencore, Inc. “With less than one percent of all cleared contractors being selected annually, I could not be more proud of the Cleveland team and our organization on this achievement, and would like to congratulate our fellow recipients on a job well done.”

A facility must be nominated by their assigned Industrial Security Representative, and have two consecutive annual superior industrial security review ratings.  Vencore’s Cleveland facility has received four consecutive superior security ratings.

The pool of nominees goes through an intense vetting process with multiple external agencies before ultimately being sent to a national review team. This team consolidates and ranks the nominations based on the following rigorous criteria: overall security program; senior management support; security vulnerability assessments; security education and awareness; level of experience of facility security officer and security staff; and classified material controls. Those rankings are then sent to the director of the DSS for final approval.


Vencore Wins Position on $99.0 Million ID/IQ Multiple Award Contract for Missile Strike Planning and Execution Systems Software

Chantilly, Va. — May 14, 2015— Vencore, Inc. announced today that it was selected among nine companies to perform on an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (ID/IQ) multi-award contract valued at $99.0 million to support the U.S. Navy at its Naval Aviation Strike Planning and Execution Systems program management office for Cruise Missiles Command and Control (PMA-281).

Vencore currently provides software development for critical components that make up the Theater Mission Planning Center (TMPC) for the Tomahawk missile system.  The work encompasses strike planning, execution, post-mission debrief and theater mission planning for the Tomahawk cruise missile.  This new award also supports strike planning and execution activities for PMA-281.

“We are very pleased to work with the Navy to expand the capabilities of one of the best missile programs in the world,” said Mac Curtis, president and CEO Vencore, Inc.  “Our customer relies on mission preparedness with pinpoint accuracy and precision in an increasing operational tempo around the world.   Vencore’s proven mission-planning software solution supports every aspect of the Navy’s complex and critical strike operations.”

Vencore has provided software development service to Navy strike programs for more than fifteen years. The IDIQ Multiple Award Contract will offer a vehicle by which contractors can provide additional capabilities to PMA-281 into its existing and future software development programs.  Vencore will perform the work at its locations in Patuxent River, Md. and Campbell, Calif.  

Vencore Wins $5.0 Million Software Program Re-compete for the General Service Administration’s Public Building Service

Chantilly, Va.—May 6, 2015 — Vencore, Inc. announced today that it was awarded a contract from the General Services Administration (GSA) to manage the Reimbursable Work Authorization (RWA) Entry and Tracking Application (RETA) employed at the Public Building Service (PBS).

The $5.0 million contract win authorizes Vencore to continue its existing work on the program that manages and maintains the RETA application, develops and implements software enhancements, provides application support and helpdesk services, manages security, and offers direct support to the Enterprise Service Center.

“We appreciate the confidence of the General Services Administration, demonstrated by its selection of Vencore to continue work on this program,” said Mac Curtis, president and chief executive officer of Vencore, Inc.  “Our ability to develop and manage customized software in an Agile environment enhances our clients’ success with a flexible, adaptable and transparent approach.”

Vencore serves as the incumbent on the program and developed RETA as a front-end interface to support the exchange of funds between government agencies and the Public Building Service for the cost of altering, renovating, repairing, and providing services in space managed by GSA, beyond the basic operations financed through rent.  RETA is a web-based application that allows users to manage this data and maintain an auditable trail of transactions.

Work under the new program commenced in April 2015 and is awarded over a three-year period with two one-year contract extension options. 

Vencore Awarded Deal of the Year Honors by the National Capital Region Association for Corporate Growth

Vencore, Inc. announced today that the Association for Corporate Growth (ACG) in the National Capital Region awarded it the Deal of the Year Award (between $50 million and $250 million) for its 2014 acquisition of QinetiQ North America Services and Solutions (QNA SSG).  The prestigious award was presented at the annual ACG Awards Gala on April 30.  

In May 2014, The SI Organization, Inc. purchased QNA SSG, nearly doubling the size of the company to more than $1.2 billion in annual revenues.   The combined companies rebranded as Vencore in July 2014 after closing the transaction to create a business with 4,000 employees and a culture of respect, accountability, dedication, continuous improvement and integrity.  

“I am so honored to accept this award on behalf of Vencore,” said Mac Curtis, president and chief executive officer of Vencore, Inc. “This strategic acquisition created a competitive, differentiated government solutions and services platform, focused on supporting our customers’ missions with innovative, creative and unique solutions that are unparalleled. “
“The deal also increased Vencore’s position in the intelligence community and significantly increased the number of Vencore’s contract vehicles, customer footprint, and market offerings, which continue to fuel our success,” said Curtis. 

The deal expanded Vencore’s existing customer set from the intelligence agencies, the U.S. Air Force and DARPA, to include significant positions with NASA, the U.S. Army, the U.S. Navy and the Department of Homeland Security among others.    

In December 2014, Vencore was also named the Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) Top Tech Company of the Year with more than $50 million in annual revenues and listed on The Post 200 as eighth in number of employees and eleventh in revenues in the Washington, DC Metro Region. 

ACG National Capital serves over 400 members who are directly involved in merger and acquisition transactions, including private equity investors, intermediaries, corporate development professionals, lenders and service providers. Globally, ACG caters to over 14,000, providing members with strong local networks coupled with global reach.

GSA BIM Central Facility Repository Program makes it to ACT-IAC Igniting Innovation Top 8

The General Services Administration’s (GSA) Building Information Modeling (BIM) and the Central Facilities Repository (CFR), in which Vencore plays a key role supporting, was selected as one of the Top 8 Innovations for the American Council for Technology and Industry Council’s (ACT-IAC) Igniting Innovation Award.

ACT-IAC is the premier public-private partnership in the government IT community. Recently the organization held its second annual Igniting Innovation 2015 Showcase and Awards event. The Igniting Innovation program is designed to recognize innovations throughout government, with a focus on technology. 

The goal of the CFR initiative is to centralize all current building information, including BIM information so that building data can interoperate with other business applications and be leveraged across the enterprise. The CFR will not just store BIM data, but will function as an active system that will be continually updated with usable information. A proof of concept has been successfully launched for 11 buildings in two federal districts, in two regions. The data will be leveraged for various facilities projects including operations and maintenance, renovation and additions.

Vencore has been a long-time partner to GSA, having supported the development of CFR and BIM for more than 10 years. As the current CFR contractor, Vencore takes a proactive and innovative approach to CFR implementation, and is able to do more in less time due to the company’s in-depth understanding of GSA’s work processes. Together, Vencore and GSA will continue to drive towards GSA-wide adoption, operation and process efficiency using the BIM server.