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DISA Awards $23.5M GSM-ETI Contract to By Light; Bob Donahue Quoted

Bob Donahue

By Light Professional IT Services announced on Monday that the company has been awarded a $23.5 million task order on the Defense Information Systems Agency’s Global Information Grid Services Management – Engineering, Transition and Implementation (GSM-ETI) contract.

“With this recent Contract Award, By Light will enable DISA to address the growing and dynamic engineering/technical needs of the warfighter with streamlined and cost-effective approaches,” said Bob Donahue, founder and chief executive officer of By Light.

Task Order 32 (TO32) is for the DISN Secure Systems Engineering and Evolution Support. By Light provides global engineering support to DISA’s Infrastructure Directorate for all elements, layers, and gateways of the DISN infrastructure to include an IP-based and optical switch infrastructure, leveraging encryption over terrestrial and undersea fiber-optic networks, as well as military and commercial satellite communications.

About By Light Professional IT Services LLC

By Light Professional IT Services LLC, headquartered in Arlington, VA is an ISO 9001, 20000-1, and 27001 registered and CMMI Level 3 certified systems integrator that provides secure, turn-key systems by incorporating exceptional engineering, project management, telecommunications, and cyber capabilities to safeguard mission success.

Founded by industry professionals with extensive knowledge in the DoD, DISA and other US Government Agencies, By Light successfully implements technical solutions that integrate the best commercial practices to meet all government requirements.

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