Cape Charles, VA, USA May 29, 2012 – Betis Group, Inc., joins a team led by General Dynamics to design fixed and mobile cloud computing capacity for Army Private Cloud (APC2). This contract is a five-year, multiple-award, indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract with a contract ceiling of $249.8 million.
Betis Group is part of a select team of partners chosen to work with General Dynamics to provide a secure managed service cloud computing platform as well as contingency operations for critical temporary computing requirements.
“Betis Group is a proven small business with more than 10 years of experience in managing Federal Agency data centers, and developing enterprise applications and services,” said company President, Hernan Cortes. “APC2 is a tremendous opportunity for us to work with the US Army and the General Dynamics team on cloud-based and mobile data center solutions. Betis Group strives to combine cutting-edge technology with world-class service, and we’re looking forward to building on our long relationship with the Department of the Army to deliver secure and robust solutions to warfighters around the world.”
Contact: John Jasper, General Counsel, Director of Contracts: +1 703.532.2008
Learn more about the Army Private Cloud 2 contract.