LGS Innovations Awarded $1 Million CIO-SP3 Task Order with Department of Health and Human Services

  LGS Innovations Awarded $1 Million CIO-SP3 Task Order with Department of
  Health and Human Services

         DHHS Network Security Strengthened, Maintenance Streamlined

Business Wire

HERNDON, Va. -- March 28, 2013

LGS Innovations™, an independent subsidiary of Alcatel-Lucent (NYSE and
Euronext Paris: ALU), today announced it has been awarded a contract worth
just over $1 million to provide maintenance and engineering network support
for the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Office of Information
Technology (OIT). The contract was awarded as a task order under the CIO-SP3
contract vehicle and has a one-year period of performance.

Under the terms of the contract, LGS will provide maintenance and support of
OIT’s Cisco®, Riverbed® and Check Point^TM Firewall network equipment in
addition to providing training on Cisco® and Check Point^TM Firewall
equipment.^* LGS will also provide a solution that will create network traffic
flows clean of malware infections and many other risks associated with
security breaches.

“Our approach streamlines the maintenance of DHHS’s network so that all
support can be delivered in a consistent manner with a single phone call or
email,” said LGS Innovations CEO Kevin Kelly. “This will help minimize
disruptions to DHHS’s mission to protect the health of all Americans.”

For this task order, LGS will partner with Advanced Computer Concepts (ACC), a
certified Cisco® Gold Partner and small business located in Washington D.C.

About LGS Innovations

LGS Innovations^TM LLC solves the most complex networking and communications
challenges facing the U.S. Federal Government. Building on its Bell Labs
heritage, LGS Innovations delivers groundbreaking research and advanced
networking and communications solutions that provide an information advantage
and contribute to the mission success of its customers. Solutions include
Infrastructure & Installation; Video Teleconferencing and IPTV Solutions;
Public Safety and Emergency Communications, Tactical Communications;
Wireless/Mobility; 4G/LTE; Cloud Solutions; Enterprise, Optical and Data
Networking; Network Integration; and Research and Development in Advanced
Multimedia/RF, Cybersecurity, sensing technologies, and Photonics.

An independent subsidiary of Alcatel-Lucent dedicated solely to serving the
U.S. Federal Government, LGS Innovations is headquartered in Herndon,
Virginia, with offices in Colorado, Illinois, Maryland, New Jersey, and North
Carolina. To learn more about LGS Innovations, visit
http://www.lgsinnovations.com. LGS Innovations: The Network Experts^TM.

About Advanced Computer Concepts (ACC)

ACC is a 31 year IT solutions provider to the US Federal Government, Local and
State governments and to corporations in the Washington DC Metro area. ACC is
certified as an Economically Disadvantaged, Woman Owned, Small Business. ACC’s
engineering team and internal processes have met the most stringent reviews
that are conducted yearly by Cisco and as a result, ACC holds the designation
of Cisco Gold partner. Additionally, ACC holds designations of: Advanced
Borderless Network Architecture Specialization, Advanced Collaborations
Network Architecture Specialization, Advanced Data Center Architecture
Specialization, Advanced Routing and Switching, Advanced Security, Advanced
Unified Communications, Advanced Unified Computing Technology and Advanced
Telepresence specializations. In addition to Cisco, ACC holds highest partner
levels with other manufacturers such as HP, IBM, Dell, VMWare, RSA and many
others. In addition to networking, security and datacenter specializations,
ACC designs and implements audio visual solutions and video teleconferencing
solutions for its customers.

^* The Cisco, Riverbed, and Check Point names are trademarks of Cisco Systems,
Inc., Riverbed Technology Inc, and Check Point Software Technologies Ltd.,


LGS Innovations
Robert Farr, 703-389-9113
Advanced Computer Concepts
Alberto Donoso, 571-395-4174
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