Alexandria, VA—TransVoyant announced today that it has received a contract renewal with United States Department of Defense Combatant Commands for Information Technology Enterprise Contracts services.
Under subcontract to Booz Allen Hamilton, TransVoyant provides a multitalented team of Field Service Representatives (FSRs) supporting an extremely unique and diverse information technology environment at multiple sites on a 24/7 basis.TransVoyant service professionals perform network administration—creating and managing backup and recovery programs for mission critical systems and controlling user permissions to ensure the integrity of highly sensitive documents.
“We constantly analyze customer requirements to maximize productivity and provide direct support for all deployable systems, both in the United States and overseas,” said Wayne Chesley, TransVoyant Vice President and General Manager.
“TransVoyant has surged its workforce on this contract to support emergent mission requirements and to prevent service disruptions due to volatile circumstances such as weather,” continued Chesley. “We recently assisted in the design and implementation of a Continuity of Operations location. This location allows our customers to run 80% of their operations in the event of catastrophic failure at the main facility.”
In addition, TransVoyant personnel recently led a $3.5M storage upgrade to prepare for increasing demand for long-term data retention and increasing raw data size.
From devices such as radar, sensors, satellites, smartphones, meters and other devices that make up the Internet of Things (IoT), TransVoyant collects, cleanses and constantly updates one of the world’s largest repositories of real-time big data—over one trillion events each day. By applying advanced machine learning algorithms to these real-time data streams, TransVoyant gives commercial organizations and governments a live global picture of their global assets, as well as predictive insights that enable them to anticipate and avoid threats and disruptions resulting from weather, port congestion, natural disasters, supplier failure, road construction, labor strikes and competitor actions to name a few.