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STG Selected as Principal Subcontractor to Anteon to Perform on $90M C4I Network Contract from U.S. Army Korea
C4I Network Systems Support for United States Forces Korea Joint Command and Control Information Systems Activity

March 13, 2006—Reston, VA— STG has been selected as a principal subcontractor by Anteon Corporation for a contract awarded to Anteon by U.S. Army Korea to provide C4I (command, control, communications, computers, and intelligence) operations and maintenance support to United States Forces Korea (USFK) Joint Command Information Systems Activity (J64). The total estimated value of this contract, if all options are exercised, is $90 million over a five-year period of performance.

“We are honored to continue our successful relationship with Anteon and USFK,” said STG president and CEO, Simon S. Lee. “We look forward to applying our experience and expertise to help deliver significant results to the customer.”

The Anteon team will provide support for the command and control networks, under the cognizance of J64, that enable the US Army with the capability to effectively command and control combat ready troops on the Korean peninsula via net-centric, high-speed connectivity among sites supporting ROK and U.S. military forces.

Glenn Davis, STG Defense Sector senior vice president said, “Our quality methodologies and technical innovation base, current and prior experiences with USFK, trained personnel, and proven track record of successful OCONUS performance-based support operations, ensures that STG is responsive to Anteon’s requirements under this contract.”

USFK supports the United Nations Command and Republic of Korea-United States Combined Forces Command (CFC) and functions as the U.S. defense representative in Korea. The mission of U.S. Army J64 is to engineer, install, operate, maintain and manage the CFC and USFK Command and Control systems, networks and collaboration tools used throughout the Korean Theater to provide timely information and operational awareness.

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