Sept. 08, 2015. SuprTEK is very pleased to announce that Les Owens, SuprTEK’s Cyber Security Solutions VP / CTO, has been invited to speak at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) Awareness Day on 13 October. Les will deliver an engaging and interactive talk on Mobile Device Security as an invited industry expert on mobile & wireless security. He will be sharing his two-plus decades of experience and knowledge with the 200+ HHS attendees—employees from across HHS, the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The purpose of the event is to raise the level of cyber security awareness among healthcare professionals, researchers, mangers and other staff across the Department. As cyber security breaches are on the rise and mentioned frequently in the news, HHS feels strongly that it is critically important to equip HHS employees with practical tools—to assist in protecting themselves and their families.

Aug. 25, 2015. SuprTEK today announced that it has been appraised at Level 3 of the CMMI Institute’s Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)®. This appraisal was performed by GMS Registrar Ltd.

CMMI® is a capability improvement approach that provides organizations with the essential elements of effective processes that ultimately improve their performance.

An appraisal at maturity level 3 indicates the organization is performing at a “defined” level. At this level, processes are well characterized and understood, and are described in standards, procedures, tools, and methods. The organization’s set of standard processes, which is the basis for maturity level 3, is established and improved over time.

The CMMI® Institute, a subsidiary of Carnegie Mellon University, is dedicated to elevating organizational performance through best-in-class solutions to real-world challenges. The Institute is the home of the Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)® for Development, Services, and Acquisition; the People Capability Maturity Model; and the Data Management Maturity Model (DMM)℠, which are capability improvement models that create high-performance, high-maturity cultures. The models are used in thousands of organizations worldwide to deliver business results that serve as differentiators in the global market.

May 15, 2015. Superlative Technologies, Inc. (dba SuprTEK) is very pleased to announce that it was awarded the new Software Development Support Services (SDSS) Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) contract from the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) at Fort Meade. The highly competitive procurement is for a critical BPA at the newly reorganized DISA. This BPA—similar to SuprTEK’s DISA ESS BPA —has a period of performance of 4 years, and has a contract ceiling of $80M. Through this BPA, the DISA Infrastructure Development Directorate (IDD) under SES leader, Jack Wilmer, will acquire software design and development services to support its eight divisions (ID1-ID8). The mission of these divisions is fundamentally to help Defend the GIG, Improve Cyber C2, and Share Information Safely.

With this new SDSS vehicle, SuprTEK and its high performance cybersecurity and Agile software development teams will continue to provide quality support for this important DoD client. On the DISA MANO program for five years, SuprTEK has been effectively supporting DISA PEO-MA in its mission to provide technical and programmatic leadership for Computer Network Defense (CND) enclave-level host and network security solutions; and enhance the security of the DoD Global Information Grid (GIG) enclaves through the acquisition, engineering, architecture, development, federated testing, fielding, and transition to sustainment of both host and network security products and solutions.

SuprTEK and its carefully chosen BPA team-mates—key software industry partners—will be supporting all eight divisions within the IDD in the following areas: Software Design, Software Development, Tier III Support and SME Support. This SDSS BPA win complements SuprTEK’s recent ADEV (Agile Development) win at Scott Air Force Base whereby SuprTEK is supporting the USAF Air mobility Command HQ with Agile Development deploying nine high-performance Agile teams.

Apr. 10, 2015. SuprTEK will participate again in the upcoming AFCEA Defensive Cyber Operations Symposium in Baltimore, MD. Please join our cybersecurity team and innovators from the SuprTEK Advanced Technology Group (ATG), along with the SuprTEK leadership team, for conversations about our current cybersecurity delivery initiatives and R&D efforts going on in the SuprTEK Technology Innovation Center (STIC). Our team will also be available to discuss numerous DISA, USCYBERCOM and broad DoD cyberspace opportunities, and potential partnerships in the market (ENCORE III, JIE/JRSS, Big Data, RMF, etc).

Please visit us at Booth #3006 on the AFCEA conference floor. We will be demonstrating our secure mobility (RTLS integrated with MDM) capabilities, PanOptes®—our advanced Continuous Monitoring product, and ARES-CA—our ACAS-RDK Exploratory System for Cyber Analytics.

Feb. 19, 2015. SuprTEK’s Naval Hospital Jacksonville (NHJAX) Clinical Portal and Stitch-in-Time system has been selected as a finalist for the 2015 Federal Health (FHIT) Innovation Award in the Interoperability Category! The Clinical Portal system is a web-based solution designed to provide health care providers a central location for patient-specific, clinical, and generic medical information. At NHJAX, this portal has become a critical component of health care providers’ ability to deliver quality care in a timely and informative manner. The Clinical Portal and Stitch-in-Time system was chosen from dozens of award applications for its innovative capabilities and its positive impact to the NHJAX community. The winner will be announced on Wednesday, March 4, 2015 at the FHIT Innovation Event and Awards event in Washington, DC. Visit the FHIT Event website for more information.

Feb. 11, 2015. On Thursday, February 12, 2015, members of our Advanced Technology Group will be visiting the University of Maryland for a Lobby Day and Tech Talk event. Between 11:00am – 4:00pm, we will be in the CSIC lobby to meet with UMD students, answer questions about SuprTEK, and discuss our application process. At 5:00pm, Jay Ruhnke and Mitchell Matthews will present a Tech Talk titled “Thinking with a Clean Mind – Learn Why Writing Clean, Maintainable Code is Critical”. The presentation will focus on the benefits of creating quality code and the consequences of using poorly written code. To learn more about the event, click here:

Feb. 05, 2015. SuprTEK is pleased to announce that our team supporting Naval Hospital Jacksonville (NHJAX), in Jacksonville, Florida, developed Navy Medicine’s first-ever, in-house-developed mobile app in 2014. The app was approved by Apple and has been available in the Apple app store since the end of December. This free app is designed for both iPhone and iPad, and provides users with important contact, location, and provider data to help our nation’s heroes—sailors, marines, soldiers, airmen, coast guardsmen—heal themselves and their families. Our NHJAX team is currently working on an Android version of the app that is scheduled to be released soon through the Google app store. To learn more about the app, visit: NHJAX App Info Page

Jan. 29, 2015. Building on momentum in the Cyber Security Solutions LoB while leveraging its internal investment in the PanOptes® product and its deep knowledge of and significant development efforts in Continuous Monitoring and Risk Scoring, SuprTEK won another Call Order on its Engineering Support Services BPA at DISA Mission Assurance (MA) Directorate.

As part of this Call Order, called CMRS / eMASS User Interface Requirements for Data Cloud Analytics, SuprTEK’s Systems Engineers will perform complete requirements development and conduct eMASS functionality reviews for five eMASS-CMRS capabilities. SuprTEK’s engineers will perform user interviews and detailed analysis to determine how data exchanges will occur between these two critically-important DoD enterprise security systems—eMASS and CMRS. Fundamentally, SuprTEK will carefully document data flows and determine precisely how to make CMRS and eMASS interoperable. Included in this effort, SuprTEK will develop the Web Service software to allow the delivery of CMRS data to eMASS.

SuprTEK’s important work for DISA will be critical as the DoD transitions to the new Risk Management Framework (RMF) as Designated Approval Authorities (DAA) will need to make risk assessments on a continuous basis. The RMF replaces the DoD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP) and manages the life-cycle cybersecurity risk to DoD IT.

Jan. 27, 2015. SuprTEK is proud to announce that Tieu Luu, Senior Director of the Advanced Technology Group, authored a feature article published in this month’s ISACA Journal. The article, titled “Implementing an Information Security Continuous Monitoring Solution,” is a case study that discusses the challenges of implementing and deploying solutions for information security continuous monitoring across large enterprises. Continuous Monitoring, and the government’s efforts to implement it across all the agencies, continue to be hot topics in the industry. Under the leadership and expertise of Mr. Luu, the Advanced Technology Group developed SuprTEK’s own continuous monitoring platform, PanOptes® (, further establishing SuprTEK as a leader in the technology industry. View Mr. Luu’s author blog on The ISACA Website

Jan. 14, 2015. On Thursday, 15 January 2015, SuprTEK’s capability SMEs and Health Care (HC) IT market leaders will attend the important DHA Defense Health Information Technology Services (DHITS) Generation 1 Teaming Event organized by G2Xchange Health. DHITS Generation 1, a $20 billion IDIQ contract (follow on to D/SIDDOMS III), will support the integration of clinical and business processes across the Military Health System. SuprTEK is very excited about participating in DHITS and continuing to deliver for the MHS. We are seeking strong teaming partners and are positioning to win a seat at the DHITS IDIQ table.

As a HC IT leader and Gold Sponsor of the event, SuprTEK will provide an overview of our organization and present our qualifications to conference attendees—as well as define SuprTEK’s DHITS Value Proposition. With 200 participants expected, SuprTEK plans to network and connect with other major players in the Health IT industry.

SuprTEK is very pleased to report that we were recently named one of the Top 25 small businesses best positioned on DHA DHITS Gen 1. Click here: The G2Xchange article

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Dec. 16, 2014. SuprTEK today announced the appointment of Jerry Picard as Vice President of Enterprise IT Solutions and of Healthcare IT Operations. Mr. Picard comes to SuprTEK from a recent Vice President and General Manager position at Dynamics Research Corporation following a long tenure at Unisys Corporation. He will be responsible for the strategic leadership and oversight of SuprTEK’s Enterprise IT service delivery operations. He has more than thirty-five years of senior management experience with major IDIQ contract acquisition and execution responsibilities in addition to managing DoD and Federal government information technology projects. Mr. Picard is a Computer Science graduate of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

Oct. 22, 2014. Superlative Technologies, Inc. (dba SuprTEK) is pleased to announce the opening of a new business office located at 3190 Fairview Park Drive in Falls Church, VA. This new facility, SuprTEK’s third office location in the DC area, represents our continued growth and business expansion throughout the NoVA/DC metro area. The new SuprTEK Fairview Park (FVP) office, a 4600 square foot modern facility, features open areas and spacious offices to facilitate problem solving, innovation and team collaboration – it will initially house our cybersecurity team that supports the Defense Health Agency (DHA) and other clients in the DC area.

“We are very pleased to expand our presence in the region and expect to share more achievements as our cyber team continues to deliver innovative solutions to our customers,” stated Les Owens, Vice President of Cybersecurity. “We selected this FVP facility specifically to support our customers’ mission-critical objectives.”

The FVP office will house our high-performance cybersecurity delivery team – Information System Security Engineers and Continuous Monitoring Specialists – who will stabilize, enhance, and evolve the security posture of DHA and its numerous IT systems. Les Owens further commented, “This new business office was established principally to allow us to do great things for DHA. However, we see this new space also as one to assist us in developing relationships with others customers and business partners in the area.”

Founded in 1996, SuprTEK delivers comprehensive cybersecurity and Information Assurance capabilities as a key member of DoD community-wide working groups and performs investigative trends analysis to support Defense Components in identifying infrastructure-related threats, targets, and tools. With our ISO 9001:2008 certification, CMMI Level 2 appraisal, and Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) best practices, SuprTEK delivers both strategic and tactical customer-focused solutions to improve IT security posture, defend DoD networks, and strengthen our nation’s ability to withstand and respond to cyber attacks.

Oct. 01, 2014. Superlative Technologies, Inc. (dba SuprTEK) is pleased to announce that on September 24, 2014 it was awarded a multi- year Enterprise Agile Development (ADEV) Contract to develop, test, deliver, and field individual and distributed multi-user, work-centered, web-based applications in support of Air Mobility Command (AMC) at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois.

This contract will entail 6 to 12 agile software development teams ranging from 7-10 IT professionals per team. SuprTEK is presently staffing for data architect, Oracle DBA, SQL server DBA, developer, tester, business analyst, system administrator, information assurance, and technical writer positions.

The Air Mobility Command, activated on June 1, 1992, is a major command headquartered at Scott Air Force Base, Illinois. AMC provides cargo and passenger delivery, air refueling and aeromedical evacuation in support of on-going operations around the world. The command also transports humanitarian supplies to hurricane, flood and earthquake victims both at home and around the globe. Air Mobility Command’s mission is to provide global air mobility … right effects, right place, right time.

Sept. 05, 2014. SuprTEK is a Gold Sponsor for the University of Maryland’s (UMD’s) “Build it Break it Fix it” event, a new security-oriented programming contest that aims to teach students to write more secure programs. SuprTEK’s software assurance engineers are participating as contest judges to evaluate participants’ abilities to develop secure and efficient programs. The contest is broken up into three rounds that take place over consecutive weekends. Prizes are awarded to teams with the top builder and breaker scores. Competition details are available at:

Through our partnership with UMD’s Maryland Cybersecurity Center (MC2), we collaborate on activities to promote cybersecurity education, research and technology development. SuprTEK and UMD leverage each other’s resources, expertise, and unique perspectives to develop innovative cybersecurity expertise, educational opportunities and technology solutions.

Sept. 04, 2014. Several members of SuprTEK’s Cybersecurity Solutions team attended the annual, US Army INSCOM-sponsored Ft. Meade Technology Expo at Club Meade on the US Army base in Central Maryland. SuprTEK’s team met and interacted with numerous US Federal Government agencies and services including the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), 200th Military Police Command, USNA (Annapolis), USN, DODFRA, USCYBERCOM, ARCYBER, NORTHCOM, NATO, and USMC. SuprTEK’s cyber team shared information about many of our existing and emerging innovative technologies and robust cybersecurity capabilities. Additionally, the team engaged in dialogue with existing and new clients on how SuprTEK can meet the Government’s emerging cybersecurity requirements. Some of the specific areas of discussion included our “code checking” software assurance capabilities and methodologies, our secure mobility capabilities (RTLS integrated with MDM), our micro-virtualization research and our advanced Continuous Monitoring & Risk Scoring product, PanOptes®. One item of particular interest among the many visitors to SuprTEK’s booth was the “STIC” – the new, SuprTEK Technology Innovation Center in Ashburn, VA where SuprTEK’s experts perform applied R&D, Agile development and rigorous ‘Technology Evaluation’ in a modern, 4500 square foot, state-of-the-art facility.

The purpose of the Ft Meade Technology Expo was to expose and demonstrate, to many tenants of Fort Meade, various technologies including Digital Investigation Solutions, Media Integration, Multi-Screen Displays, Cyber Security, Forensic Solutions, Certification Programs, and Networking Solutions. SuprTEK was very pleased to be a part of the event. For more information:

Aug. 10, 2014. SuprTEK – as part of a Joint Venture with Doyen Consulting – known as Doyen Technologies – is very pleased to announce that it has been awarded a cybersecurity support contract at the Defense Health Agency (DHA) in Falls Church, Virginia.

For this contract, Doyen Technologies will deploy a high-performance cyber team to provide cybersecurity support for DHA’s DHSS (Defense Health Services System) Division’s applications and products across all DHSS projects and activities to comply with DoDI 8510.01 and all associated DHSS policies, processes, and procedures that require cybersecurity actions to support deployment and sustained operations.

As part of Doyen Technologies’ efforts to evolve and enhance the security posture of DHA, Doyen Technologies cybersecurity SMEs will be involved in four major thrusts at DHA: 1) rapid C&A execution; 2) Information Systems Security Engineering (ISSE) Support, IA, and DoD CMRS (Continuous Monitoring and Risk Scoring) support. Building on SuprTEK’s deep CMRS expertise at DISA and other DoD agencies.

Doyen Technologies will perform rigorous Security Assessments of DoD IT systems to include assessing and verifying information systems including trusted systems; identifying and assessing security requirements and deficiencies in applications, systems, and local and wide area networks (LANs and WANs). Doyen will conduct C&A using DIACAP (and the new NIST RMF) to achieve uniform quality, and a level of consistency throughout the life cycle of DoD AISs. Doyen Technologies will conduct detailed reviews and provide recommendations for resolution of inconsistencies within existing DOD C&A policies and procedures.

This contract award is another significant win for SuprTEK out of SuprTEK’s growing Cyber Security Solutions Practice headquartered in Ashburn, VA.

About DHA: In October 2013, the Secretary of Defense established the Defense Health Agency (DHA). DHA is responsible for driving greater integration of clinical and business processes across the Military Health System (MHS), implementing shared services with common measurement of outcomes, enabling rapid adoption of proven practices, helping reduce unwanted variation, and improving the coordination of care across time and treatment venues.

Fundamentally, the Agency is tasked with making military medicine stronger, better and more relevant for the future. As a designated Combat Support Agency, the DHA is also responsible for meeting the medical needs of the combatant commanders. Central to this role is to ensure our service members are medically ready to perform their mission, and our military medical personnel are ready to perform their mission – “Medically Ready Force…Ready Medical Force.”

July 29-31, 2014. SuprTEK attended the Defense Health Information Technology Symposium (DHITS) in Orlando, Florida. We engaged with our customers and potential partners and discussed our numerous IT capabilities and the emerging needs of the Government. At DHITS, SuprTEK’s booth was manned by our Health IT, Cybersecurity, and Leadership teams, who met and spoke with various participants from the Defense Health Agency (DHA), the Military Health System, and the Military Services Health IT community. SuprTEK showcased our clinical system management services, enterprise Information Management/Information Technology services, and SharePoint administration services.

We were happy to engage with other participants and attend the content and continuing education sessions at DHITS. For more information:

June 27, 2014. The new SuprTEK Technology Innovation Center (STIC) was formally introduced on June 12 during an Open House attended by DC area staff and visitors. Kicking off the celebration was the traditional ribbon cutting ceremony by President Brandon Park, CEO T.K. Gil, and Cyber Security VP Les Owens – along with the DISA TIEATS (Technology Innovation Engineering Assessment Team Support) team including Chief Engineer Steve Fox, and Deputy Chief Engineer, Maziar Momeni.

The afternoon continued with Opening Remarks by the SuprTEK leadership team, a background discussion of the STIC’s genesis, and a tour of several features of the STIC including the Collaboration Zone, the Private Think Tank, and the Mad Scientist Lab. The leadership team noted that “… the STIC, recently stood up for applied R&D and rigorous Technology Evaluation of emerging technologies – including digital identities, mobility, cloud, micro-virtualization and cryptography, opens a very exciting chapter for SuprTEK. The STIC is designed to be an open, collaborative environment and we hope it will support close SME interaction and unleash creativity thereby spawning new innovations and solutions for our clients – and, in turn serve as a cornerstone for SuprTEK’s future. It will provide the catalyst for explosive growth in the coming years…” The visitors then enjoyed demonstrations of the integration of state-of-the art Real-time Location Services (RTLS) and Mobile Device Management (MDM) – employing the top industry products. The new DISA ‘Tech Innovation’ (TIEATS) team has been working the RTLS-MDM integration as part of the Location-Based Mobility Policy (LBMP) pilots for the DISA client at SuprTEK’s Hanover facility and at Fort Meade. The Open House concluded with delicious refreshments, interactive Q&A sessions, and side-bar chats with STIC SMEs.

June 24-25, 2014. AFCEA Cyber Symposium, Baltimore, MD – Visit us at Booth #537. Join members of our cybersecurity team and innovators from the SuprTEK Technology Innovation Center (STIC), along with the leadership team, for some stimulating conversation about our current cybersecurity efforts. Our team will be available to discuss numerous cyberspace capabilities and potential partnerships. We will be demonstrating our static/dynamic code checking Software Assurance methodologies, mobility (RTLS integrated with MDM) capabilities, micro-virtualization research and our continuous monitoring product, PanOptes.

May 15, 2014. On Thursday, May 15, 2014, SuprTEK was presented the 2013 Nunn-Perry Award recognizing outstanding Mentor-Protégé teams formed under the auspices of the Mentor Protégé Program. The award is named in honor of former U.S. Senator Sam Nunn for his vision and insight in sponsoring legislation to create and fund the DoD Mentor Protégé Program (MPP) and in honor of former Secretary of Defense, Dr. William Perry for his commitment to its implementation.

The Program assists small businesses, Woman-owned Small Businesses (WoSB), Service-Disabled Veteran-owned Small Businesses (SDVoSB), and Historically underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) small businesses in transitioning from a state of modest attainments to one of very successful contributions to the defense of our Nation.

SuprTEK was recognized for supporting more than 400,000 DoD end-users worldwide, enterprise security systems with four million seats across DoD, business systems such as DFAS, WAWF, and the Navy’s ONR Grant Management System. Also recognized were SuprTEK’s provision of Information Management and Information Technology services to nearly 10,000 medical staff for two of the largest medical treatment facilities (MTFs) to provide patient care. Today 95 percent of SuprTEK’s current work is being performed as a prime contractor and is directly contributing to the success of its customers.

Demonstrating the Company’s innovation and creativity in supporting the DoD warfighter, SuprTEK was recognized for developing a Continuous Monitoring and Risk Scoring (CMRS) system that meets emerging FISMA requirements and phases out antiquated systems certification and accreditation (C&A) processes. The system will eventually be deployed across the entire DoD where it will reduce security vulnerabilities and improve cyber security situational awareness.

Mar. 26, 2014. Superlative Technologies, Inc. is pleased to announce that it is pursuing an opportunity to develop, deliver, test, and field various applications in support of AMC’s transfer to an Enterprise Agile software construction methodology in Scott AFB, Illinois. SuprTEK is seeking motivated, success-driven candidates to join the Company to support AMC’s Agile Development needs upon award. Please visit our AMC ADEV webpage for more information regarding potential employment opportunities with SuprTEK.

Feb. 05, 2014. Superlative Technologies, Inc. is pleased to announce that it is pursuing an opportunity to provide Command, Control, Communication, and Computer Information Technology (C4/IT) Enterprise Management services to the Fort Sam Houston Network Enterprise Center (NEC) in San Antonio, Texas.

Jan. 10, 2014. Superlative Technologies, Inc. is pleased to announce that it is pursuing an opportunity to provide network and security infrastructure support and information assurance (IA) standards and development support services to the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Field Security Operations (FSO) in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.

Jan. 02, 2014. Superlative Technologies, Inc. (dba SuprTEK) is pleased to announce that it is pursuing an opportunity to provide help desk, network engineering, and management operations support services to the Naval Medical Center Portsmouth (NMCP) in Portsmouth, Virginia.

Nov. 01, 2013. Superlative Technologies, Inc. (dba SuprTEK) is pleased to announce that it was awarded the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Code Checking Contract on 28 September 2013. This contract win extends SuprTEK’s Software Assurance capabilities within its growing Cyber Security Solutions practice. SuprTEK is teamed with major industry players – HP Fortify and CAST Software – to deliver to the DISA CTO client.

DISA is a Combat Support Agency that provides engineering support to joint war fighters, national level leaders, and other mission & coalition partners. DISA PEO-MAE’s intent with this award is to implement, assess, and evaluate technologies through prototyping different software assurance (code checking) technologies from the commercial marketplace. PEO-MAE intends for the software code checking capabilities, through comprehensive static and dynamic testing (and runtime analysis), to identify risks, vulnerabilities, and defects associated with both mobile and web applications during the development and deployment lifecycles. The objective is to implement a software code checking capability rapidly and effectively that can assess vulnerabilities so they can be appropriately adjudicated to determine if the application or web application is ready for deployment to the Global Information Grid (GIG).

The first phase of the new software assurance program is a 6-month pilot evaluation of code checking capabilities to determine which capabilities will continue with further evaluation. During this phase, the code checking capability will be evaluated for its robustness and ability to comply with assessment criteria and security compliance requirement additions to the DISA Mobile Application Security Requirements Guide (SRG). Subsequent phases of the program include an Operational Assessment and on-going maintenance of the capability. SuprTEK’s rigorous mobile assessment methodology for more completely assessing risks with mobile (sophisticated handheld devices with various wireless interfaces) will be exercised during this process.

Oct. 22, 2013. Superlative Technologies, Inc. (SuprTEK) and Hewlett Packard Enterprise Services have been selected to receive the 2013 DoD Nunn-Perry Award recognizing superb performance as participants in the DoD Mentor-Protégé Program. Nunn-Perry Awards are presented to honor Mentor-Protégé teams who have excelled in the areas of quality, technical assistance, return on investment, and protégé development. SuprTEK will be presented with this award during a Nunn-Perry Awards Ceremony scheduled at a future date.

Oct. 01, 2013. Superlative Technologies, Inc. (dba SuprTEK) is very pleased to announce that it was awarded ENCORE II IDIQ Task Order E200534, along with ENCORE II Prime contractor Data Systems Analysts (DSA) of Fairfax, and SMS Data Products of McLean. The 5-year contract, for Technology Innovation Engineering Assessment Team Support (TIEATS), is for the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA).

DISA is a Combat Support Agency that provides engineering to joint war fighters, national level leaders, and other mission & coalition partners. The DISA Program Executive Office for Information Assurance (PEO-MA) assists in the coordination of the insertion of innovative concepts and technology for joint and coalition forces. The key technology concepts that enable this rapid technology transfer are: 1) Innovation Identification and Prioritization, 2) Product-Line Development Campaigns or Roll-Out, 3) Innovation Staging for Transition, 4) Cross-Agency Technology Synchronization, 5) Innovation Proofs-of-Concept, 6), Innovation Venue Hosting, and 7) Program Control. Technologies are approved by the Office of the CTO by an internal prioritization process. These processes establish which technologies align with DISA’s lines of operations and/or improve existing capabilities.

With this TIEATS Task Order, SuprTEK as part of TeamDSA will provide DISA PEO-MA with the ability to rapidly and effectively evaluate innovative technologies that relate to the DISA Lines of Operations and assess potential benefit with becoming a DISA service to the DoD community. At the SuprTEK Technology Innovation Center (STIC) in Ashburn, SuprTEK’s strong technology team, along with members of TeamDSA, will provide engineering support and standardized technology assessments that will lead to recommendations to the Government. TeamDSA will carefully and critically conduct a review of the vendor material in concert with the DISA to determine possible participation in piloting activities. The assessment will consist of reviewing the vendor material and capabilities to down-select to a core set of vendors based on the viability to address DoD security requirements and capabilities needed by the Government. Also, part of TIEATS, Team DSA will provide proofs-of-concept lab testing, and support to field the technologies. Last, an important part of this effort, Team DSA will perform a Location-Based Mobility Policy (LBMP) pilot at SuprTEK’s Hanover, MD facility. The LBMP pilot is an effort to assess the viability of various real-time location system (RTLS) technologies that detect and automatically provision current and emerging mobile devices through a Policy Enforcement Point (PEP) as part of the DoD Mobile Device Management (MDM) program.

June 24, 2013. SuprTEK is pleased to announce an expansion to their Office of Naval Research Legacy Command, Control, Communications and Computer (C4) Support contract for supporting ONR’s Business Intelligence environment. This expanded work will integrate data from NAVY ERP into the ONR Business Intelligence solution providing enhanced visibility to and performance tracking of Grants Processing by ONR, in addition to the 12 dashboards and 500+ reports supported today. The effort is led by Ms. Karen Roszel, Director of Business Intelligence.

Apr. 08, 2013. SuprTEK was recognized through the U.S. Naval Hospital Jacksonville Information Management Department’s receipt of the 2012 CAPT Joan Dooling Award which selects the Information Professional Team of the year. The Captain Joan Dooling Award for Information Professional Excellence was established to recognize and encourage notable contributions in accomplishing Navy Medicine’s mission by spotlighting the outstanding contributions of individuals or teams of individuals in the IM/IT medical, operational, and research communities. Captain Dooling exemplified those characteristics with her groundbreaking efforts in the field of Information Management/Information Technology (IM/IT) supporting Navy Medicine’s mission. Naval Hospital Jacksonville, in winning the Captain Joan Dooling Award for IM/IT Professional Team of the Year, is a prime example of Government Contractors, Government Service Personnel and Active Duty members coming together as ONE TEAM with the common goal of providing innovating IT solutions and services, working together to provide the highest quality Healthcare to our Nations Hero’s and their families.

Apr. 04, 2013. As a result of recent and extensive growth, Superlative Technologies, Inc. (dba SuprTEK) will be expanding its operations into the Central Maryland area with the opening of its new office location in Hanover near Ft. Meade. This modern facility will further assist SuprTEK in providing top quality services for existing and new customers including the US Navy, DISA and other major DoD/intelligence community clients.

Apr. 03, 2013. Superlative Technologies, Inc. (dba SuprTEK) is very pleased to announce that it was one of only three vendors awarded the Engineering Support Services Blanket Purchase Agreement (ESS BPA) contract from the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) PEO-MA. The highly competitive award has a performance period of 3 years. Through this BPA, DISA PEO-MA will acquire broad security engineering services to support its four divisions’ mission to defend GIG and improve Cyber C2, and Safe Sharing.

The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) is a focal point within the Department of Defense (DoD) for Information Assurance (IA). Within DISA, the PEO-MA is the Program Executive Office for Mission Assurance and NetOps. For nearly 3 years, SuprTEK on its DISA MANO program has been supporting DISA PEO-MA IA5 in its mission is to provide technical and programmatic leadership for Computer Network Defense (CND) enclave-level host and network security solutions; and enhance the security of the DoD Global Information Grid (GIG) enclaves through the acquisition, engineering, architecture, development, federated testing, fielding, and transition to sustainment of both host and network security products and solutions.

With this new ESS BPA procurement, SuprTEK and its superior cyber/IA team will be supporting all five divisions within the PEO-MA: IA1, IA2, IA3, IA4, and IA5. These divisions require broad and robust engineering support services to support their IA / cyber missions. SuprTEK will provide a full range of engineering support services including: support for Situational Awareness of the Global Information Grid (GIG)–support for NetOps decision support–development of integrated and interoperable net-centric IA architectural solutions in support of the DoD Global Information Grid–ensure the security of the GIG through the engineering, architecture, development, testing, acquisition, and fielding of network security products and solutions–plan and manage life-cycle activities of Computer Network Defense (CND) capabilities–provide secure and reliable identity and access management services for DoD applications and systems (services include identification, authentication, authorization, encryption, digital signature, integrity, and biometrics)