MacB partners with CSSS.NET to support USAF technology solutions

MacAulay-Brown, Inc., announced on Monday that it has entered into partnership with CSSS.NET to provide operational and technical support for United States Air Force Air Combat Command weapons systems.

Under the terms of the contract, CSSS.NET will act as the prime contractor. The organizations will be responsible for providing a range of IT services and technology solutions to the ACC, including network engineering, information assurance, video teleconference support and systems administration support.

"MacB has been at the forefront of providing innovative technology solutions to commands throughout the Air Force, including ACC," Senior Vice President and General Manager of MacB's Mission Systems Group Fred Norman said. "In partnership with CSSS.NET, we look forward to working with OSC to ensure the highest level of systems operations to increase weapons systems readiness."

ACC is the leading provider of combat airpower to defense commands in the U.S. Through the partnership, CSSS.NET and MacB will collaborate to develop innovative solutions to the challenges faced by the USAF today.

"We are honored to have this new opportunity to further expand our partnership with the U.S. Air Force to support systems that are critical to our national defense," President and CEO of CSSS.NET Lisa Wolford said. "Our team brings together a deep understanding of Air Force technology and culture with talented subject-matter experts who have successfully addressed some of the toughest challenges in IT today, including transitions to the Cloud, Cybersecurity, IPV6 and continuous monitoring. We look forward to leveraging this rich knowledge and expertise to provide outstanding solutions for the ACC OSC across a broad array of technical areas."