Arlington, VA (PRWEB) August 24, 2015
ByteCubed, an Arlington, Virginia firm with a strong track record of introducing new and transformative technologies to federal government agencies, was awarded a 5-year contract from the Department of Defense (DoD) to support the Office of Manufacturing and Industrial Base Policy (MIBP) with their program support and development.
The Office of MIBP seeks to ensure, robust, secure, resilient, and innovative industrial capabilities upon which the DoD can rely to fulfill warfighter requirements. MIBP is the principal advisor to the Office of the Under Security of Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics on all matters related to the Defense Industrial Base (DIB), encompassing a vast range of responsibilities to include: developing DoD policies and procedures; improving industrial capabilities to meet planned, ongoing, current, and future defense requirements; and reviewing the national security impact of foreign ownership of U.S. industrial facilities.
ByteCubed is a results-oriented and high impact consulting firm specializing in next generation software development and technology. ByteCubed’s service offerings run the gamut of meeting the ever-changing challenges many clients face today in project management, enterprise architecture, and software development. The company offers unmatched technology, domain expertise, and in-depth knowledge across many function disciplines including information sharing, situation awareness, and intelligence systems. ByteCubed facilitates and supports the DoD community and other government customers with innovative solutions using cutting-edge technologies that include big data dashboards, enterprise cloud services, predictive analytics, and other innovative R&D projects.
“We are excited to provide our wide-ranging services in using innovative tech solutions to help MIBP proactively identify areas of risk in the DIB,” said Ahmad Ishaq, CEO of ByteCubed. “Our goal is to provide timely, relevant, and informative data that actively tracks the health of the DIB in support of the warfighter.”
The contract for MIBP began on August 7, 2015. For more information about ByteCubed and its service offerings, visit http://www.ByteCubed.com. For any inquiries, contact: Ashley N. Scott (Director of Government Affairs) at ashley.scott(at)bytecubed(dot)com.