Wherever, whenever, and whatever your communications needs, Netorian can design and implement a complete solution.
Experienced with integrating the most advanced communications systems with legacy equipment, including that of foreign partners to the US Government, Netorian designs, integrates, and installs high bandwidth, high reliability networks, integrating data, voice and video services in the most austere of locations for the most demanding customers.
In building our core team, our priorities lie in talent and work experience, work ethic, and an unwavering commitment to customer success.
Our knowledgeable employees provide the services our customers require to enable reliable, efficient, effective and secure networks, leveraging experience gained in environments ranging from the forward deployed tactical networks on today’s battlefields to the high bandwidth fiber optic backbone networks of the commercial sector.
While the company serves its primary customers in the United States (US), Netorian delivers solutions worldwide, including long-term deployments in austere environments Outside the Contiguous United States (OCONUS).
Netorian is a small business, headquartered in Aberdeen, Maryland providing professional IT- related, project management and project support services to various organizations including the Maryland Board of Elections, Maryland State Police, and various offices of the Department of Defense.
No matter where, when, or what your project needs, Netorian can provide the experience and expertise necessary to make it a success. Our priorities lie in talent and work experience, work ethic, and an unwavering commitment to customer success. Our knowledgeable employees provide the services our customers require to enable reliable, efficient, effective solutions to project needs.
Netorian shapes the future with technical approaches to enable Information Technology (IT) solutions that solve the most complex problems. We deliver best in class IT, responsive services, while providing innovative solutions for our customers wherever they may be. Netorian provides advanced networking and communications expertise offers focused IT support capabilities that include Strategic/Tactical System Architecture and Engineering, Communications Requirements Development, Systems of Systems (SoS) Engineering, High Bandwidth Line of Sight (LOS), Satellite Communication (SATCOM) Network Design and Implementation, Tactical and Enterprise Network Routing and Switching, Network Operations, Training and Field support, Information Security (InfoSec) and Information Assurance Services, Host Based Security System (HBSS) Architectures and Implementation, and Direct Program and Acquisition support.
Another core strength of Netorian is providing highly skilled field engineers to perform a wide range of tasks for our customers ranging from coordination and execution of validation exercises to integrating new tech in the field for a DOTMLPF assessment or early technical evaluation. Our field engineers work in CONUS and OCONUS environments, both in Home Station or Exercise environments and in Deployed environments, shoulder to shoulder with the soldiers they support.
Netorian is experienced in the worlds of Offensive and Defensive Cyber Operations, details of this support can be provided in an environment with proper security considerations.
Netorian is dedicated to finding you the highest quality, professional, and most qualified personnel to meet your project needs. We have experience in many areas, but focus primarily on the follow key capabilities.
Netorian provides employees to lead as well as support project teams following both Agile and Waterfall methodology. Project members adhere to PMBOK standards throughout the system or software development life cycle. Experience highlights including:
Development of Business Requirements
Business Process Re-engineering
Risk and issue mitigation
Netorian provides meticulous quality assurance and testing solutions that reduce defects, bugs, and increase product accuracy. Netorian team members specialize in starting testing programs from the ground up by establishing policy, best practices and methodology, as well as training end users on product and process changes. The team always operates with urgency in meeting deadlines in a fast-paced setting. Experience and focus include:
Quality Assurance team management
Create and execute test cases/scripts
User acceptance testing
Create and maintain quality assurance metrics
Root cause analysis
Risk and issue mitigation
Netorian can give you access to highly skilled individuals in order to exceed your technology needs. We have experience on both the State and Federal side with developing and implementing small and large scale technology solutions. Our strengths include:
Help desk and technical services
Netorian has a wide variety of capabilities to offer to customers and teammates and provides multiple contracts and subcontracts to obtain these capabilities.
Size: Small Business, Registered in the State of Maryland’s Small Business Reserve (SBR) Program (SBR number SB12-2178).
Cage Code: 5AQS2
DUNS Number: 829318216
CM founded in September 2003, is a Small Business Administration (SBA) certified 8(a) Alaskan Native Corporation (ANC). CM is both a services provider and a value-added-reseller. Services provided include information technology (IT), administrative, telecommunications, contract, medical and logistics support.
FTCS is a Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB) that specializes in telecommunications. FTCS enables telecommunications systems by providing Subject Matter Expert (SME) level RF transmissions and IP switch/routed voice and data operating, and maintaining. FTCS is known as the SMEs in military satellite based networks for both satellite engineers that support the entire life cycle; from design, testing, integration, documenting, and training.
AnaVation is a small business that is focused on providing high-end engineering and architecture, incident response and mitigation, forensic, and threat intelligence support to the Government.
|#||Functional Area||Netorian||Concentric Methods||AnaVation||Fixed and Tactical Communication Systems|
|1||Research and Development Support|
|2||Engineering, System Engineering and Process Engineering Support|
|3||Modeling, Simulation, Stimulation, and Analysis Support|
|4||Prototyping, Pre-Production, Model-Making, and Fabrication Support|
|5||System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support|
|6||Software Engineering, Development, Programming, and Network Support|
|7||Reliability, Maintainability, and Availability (RM&A) Support|
|8||Human Factors, Performance, and Usability Engineering Support|
|9||System Safety Engineering Support|
|10||Configuration Management (CM) Support|
|11||Quality Assurance (QA) Support|
|12||Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support|
|13||Inactivation and Disposal Support|
|14||Interoperability, Test and Evaluation, Trials Support|
|15||Measurement Facilities, Range, and Instrumentation Support|
|17||Supply and Provisioning Support|
|19||In-Service Engineering, Fleet Introduction, Installation and Checkout Support|
|21||Functional and Administrative Support|
|22||Public Affairs and Multimedia Support|
|Company||Contract||Applicable Functional Areas|
|Netorian||Contract Number: W15P7T-06-D-E403
Program: PM DCGS-A Software and Engineering Support (PM NV/RSTA)
Task: C5ISR ONS Engineering Support – Full Motion Video (FMV) Dissemination
|2, 3, 5, 6, 12, 14, 15, 18, 19|
|Contract Number: W15P7T-06-E404
Program: PEO C3T Systems Engineering Support
Task: PEO C3T Systems/Network Engineering Support to Technical Management Division and Support for DA Sponsored Network Integration Event
|1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 10, 12, 14, 15, 16, 20|
|Contract Number: W15P7T-06-D-E403
Program: PM TRCS/PM WINT-T Systems and Network Engineering Support
Task: Systems of Systems Engineering and Current Force Network Working Group
|2, 3, 6, 10, 14, 15, 18, 19, 20|
|Concentric Methods||Contract Number: AG-3198-C-08-0002
Program: Administrative Services for Food Stamp Program (FSP) Outreach and Nutrition Education
|Contract Number: FA7000-08-C-0044
Program: United States Air Force Academy Cadet Medical Information System Services (MISS)
|5, 6, 12, 16, 17, 18|
|Contract Number: FA7000-11-R-0018
Program: United States Air Force Cadet Admissions Management Information System (CAMIS)
|5, 6, 12|
|Contract Number: HSCHEEH-08-C-00001
Program: Department of Homeland Security Immigration and Customs Enforcement Federal Protective Services (DHS)(ICE)(FNS)
|5, 6, 11, 12, 16, 17|
|Contract Number: YA132308CN0072
Program: Census Program Management, Computer Based Training, User Guides, Test & Evaluation
|AnaVation||Contract Number: GSA GS35F0599T (Key AnaVation personnel worked for Crucial Security, Inc.)
Tasks with the US Department of Agriculture included: Operational Security Assessment, Security Engineering/Architecting, Operations Support, Incident Response/Forensic Support, Project/Program Management Support, Cyber-Threat SME Support, Briefing Support
|1, 2, 5, 6, 12, 20|
|Contract Number: GSA GS35F0599T (Key AnaVation personnel worked for Crucial Security, Inc.)
Tasks with the US Department of Commerce included: Operational Security Assessment, Security Engineering/Architecting, Incident Response/Forensic Support, Project/Program Management Support, Cyber-Threat SME Support, Briefing Support
|1, 2, 5, 6, 12, 20|
|Fixed and Tactical Communications Systems||Contract: W911S0-07-F-006
Program: Satcom System Engineering, Training and Live Experimentation for Experimentation Division (EXP), Capabilities Development Integration Directorate (CDID)
|1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 18|
Program: Network Service Center Training (NSCT) Satcom System Engineering, Training, and Live Experimentation Support for the U.S. Army, Fort Gordon, Capabilities Development Integration Directorate (CDID), Experimentation Division (ED), Fort Gordon, Georgia
|1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 18|
Netorian has a history of providing high quality deliverables to our Customers, and our quality management plan will establish the processes that we will employ to monitor and maximize quality on SeaPort-e.
The task order managers and the program manager will form the SeaPort-e quality control team. This team will review all SeaPort-e deliverables prior to delivery to the Customer to ensure effective and consistent quality. The team will record metrics on defects found before and after delivery to the Customer, and as a part of continuous improvement, will perform analyses to determine the modifications to work processes, quality control processes, or other processes, needed in order to improve the quality of our deliverables to the Customer. Any process modifications implemented will be monitored to measure their effectiveness. In addition, Netorian will provide a quarterly customer satisfaction survey to all of Customers under SeaPort-e. We will use the results to make any changes necessary to improve our support and quality.
As the prime contractor, Netorian accepts full responsibility for the quality of all deliverables produced by our teammates; and therefore, in accordance with our subcontract management plan, as a part of our subcontract agreements, our teammates will be required to adhere to our SeaPort-e quality management plan.
Netorian takes customer satisfaction seriously. To discuss the results of our latest quarterly satisfaction survey, to request support, or to provide comments or concerns, please contact:
Phone: (443) 619-9759
Phone: (732) 500-1246