Contracts

Army Intelligence Digital Transformation Engineering Services (AIDTES)
Fusion Brain installations, upgrades and depot level support. Analyzing system performance, failure frequency, difficulty of repair and associated cost information to derive recommended changes that increase system reliability, simplify or lower maintenance costs, or increase system availability.

Cyber Enterprise Services (CES)
Agile DevSecOps software development teams that perform software development and system engineering services to enable a suite of Cyber Enterprise Services, using a wide array of technologies in support of the Air Force and other military service organizations.

Defensive Applications and Network Support (DANS)
Continuous development, integration, testing, deployment and sustainment of the Cyberspace Vulnerability Assessment/Hunter (CVA/H) Weapon System. The services include all engineering and logistics disciplines required to develop and sustain systems in accordance with DoDi 5000.02.

Distributed Common Ground System-Army (DCGS-A) Family of System (FoS) Systems Engineering and Technical Maintenance (D-SETM)
Provide lifecycle Post Deployment Software Support (PDSS) and Post Production Software Support (PPSS) Technical Assistance services to the U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command (CECOM) Software Engineering Center (SEC), Intelligence, Electronic Warfare & Sensors Directorate (IEW&SD), and Intelligence Support Division (ISD), DCGS-A Family of Systems. This support includes Software Integration and Build Services, Cybersecurity Services, Configuration Management (CM) Services, Verification and Validation Services, Infrastructure Services, and Logistics Services to support the SEC mission.

Intelligence, Electronic Warfare, and Sensors - Sensor System and Software Support (IEWS-S4)
Providing Post Production/Post Deployment Software Support (PPSS/PDSS) for the CECOM SEC(SEC), IEW&S Sensors and Mission Equipment Division. This support is essential in maintaining readiness for the Divisions Systems/Capabilities. The software maintenance entails integrating/developing/enhancing infrastructure and tools used for the development, validation and testing, dissemination of software updates, provide support for urgent operational requirements, and provide software familiarization. Our primary goal is to support the solider in the field.

Veterans Administration Office of Inspector General Enterprise Management System Phase II Software Application/Web-based Services (OIG EMS)
Agile Software Development, Build and Testing, Agile Project Management, Configuration Management, Risk Management, and Release Support services for the Veterans Administration Office of Inspector General Enterprise Management System.

US Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) Information Technology Support Services 3 (I2TS3)
Network operations, operational maintenance, storage management, service desk, information assurance, engineering & installation, application maintenance, web services, communications, and engineering services.

GSA ITSS PM MC Global Fielding Support
Under the Project Manager Mission Command (PM MC) contract, Semper Valens Solutions provides fielding, installation, training, logistical support, and FSR support for the PM Mission Command Systems/applications and expands to include other PEO C3T managed systems. These products are categorized in three major areas: Fires, Command Posts and Platforms.

Communications Security Logistics Activity (CSLA) Consolidated Army Communications Security Requirements (CACSR)
SVS supports CSLA in it mission of providing Communications Security (COMSEC) and Information Assurance (IA) support for the Department of Army (DA) and other joint organizations around the world. We provide Logistic, Help Desk, and IT support to CSLA’s worldwide customer base with specific emphasis on maintaining and modernizing numerous databases and information systems across their IT architecture.

Mission Command and Radars Software Support (MCRSS)
Provide training simulation, training material, documentation, and computer-based training (CBT) development, maintenance, and support to the Mission Command and Radars systems software.

Project Manager Sensors – Aerial Intelligence (PM SAI)
Acquisition management, systems engineering, technical support, logistic support planning, and other management support services We provide a wide‐range of management and expertise during the development, acquisition or modification to five different aerial intelligence systems such as the Enhanced Medium Altitude Reconnaissance and Surveillance, Guardrail Common Sensor, Sensor Unmanned and Rotary Wing, and Airborne Reconnaissance Low.

Program Manager Tactical Networks (PM TN) Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA)
SVS provides Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) and SETA support for acquisition, business and technical management capabilities to Project Manager Tactical Networks (PM TN) and subordinate organizations. Our scope includes Total Package Fielding (TPF), New Equipment Training (NET), Integrated Product Support (IPS), ad assorted logistics disciplines. SVS also performs and supports concept development and requirements planning; systems design, engineering and integration; technology insertion; documentation support; SW/HW engineering; preparation of independent assessments; value engineering; test integration and evaluation; and acquisition and lifecycle management.

Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate Operations Support (I2WD)
SVS provides expert operations and technical services in support of efforts within the Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate (I2WD) Operations Division. This includes requisite program management, administrative support, property management, security, environmental and safety and technical support necessary for the Operations Division to meet its mission and customer needs. This includes a wide variety of tasks, such as: equipment inventory; shipping and receiving; logistical support; process monitoring; and facility support. All services are supported with the Continuous Process Improvement (CPI) concept and techniques to assist in significant process improvements within I2WD.​

Ground Intelligence Support Activity (GISA) and Enterprise Transport (GET)
Provide Tier I / II customer service support to the US ARMY INSCOM customers. We actively monitor network and terminal operations to ensure connectivity and availability as well as monitoring network data traffic patterns to minimize choke points. Accountable for all aspects of Network requirements and managing the hands-on, day-to-day issues related to all Networks. Provide system administrator support for the GET TDN2 AD environment.

Veteran Experience Technical Platform Services (VETPS)
Provide product management support for the EPMO portfolio products and sustainment activities. Work areas include administrative support, meeting support, capital planning and investment, communications, technical writing, configuration management, onboarding, functional analysis, testing, implementation management, release management, schedule support, strategic analysis, engineering and technical support.

Joint Application Support Contract - Team 1 (JASC-T1)
The JASC Team 1 Task Order provides rapid capability development and operational readiness leveraging industry best-practices and innovative solutions to ensure JCC2 meets requirements and matures in an efficient and effective manner. Tasks may include but are not limited to: new software development, cradle to grave engineering analysis, software modification and enhancement to user interface, evaluation of existing architecture and infrastructure, high-level modeling of current application interoperability, system integration services, and support for modified or engineered technologies.

Joint Application Support Contract - Team 5 (JASC-T5)
The JASC Team 5 Task Order provides rapid capability development and operational readiness leveraging industry best-practices and innovative solutions to ensure JCC2 meets requirements and matures in an efficient and effective manner. Tasks may include but are not limited to: new software development, cradle to grave engineering analysis, software modification and enhancement to user interface, evaluation of existing architecture and infrastructure, high-level modeling of current application interoperability, system integration services, and support for modified or engineered technologies.