BRAC Work At Fort Sam Houston Leads To Contract for World Wide Technology

by: Matthew Potter
March 22, 2010

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The recent round of BRAC moved most of the U.S. military’s medical training to Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, Texas. This has required significant investment in contracts to help with the new construction, movement of organizations there and the other myriad work involved with the consolidation. Now the Department of Defense has awarded a $27 million contract to World Wide Technology to provide the necessary IT support.

World Wide will provide network services and storage as well as help desk support. They will also be responsible for supporting the A/V assets needed to conduct the training. The school when fully completed and implemented will have an average of 9,000 students at a time. The necessary teaching load will require substantial IT and A/V support from World Wide Technologies.

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