Reston, VA — A Whitney, Bradley & Brown, Inc., (WBB)-led team has won a U.S. Marine Corps contract worth up to $13.9 million over three years, if the government exercises all options to support the Marine Corps Information Operations Center (MCIOC) at Quantico, Va. The MCIOC is responsible for supporting information operations readiness in Marine forces, including IO planning and training, expeditionary Military Information Support Operations (MISO), and related disciplines. WBB’s team includes OSU-University Multispectral Laboratories (UML) and ManTech International Corp.
“WBB and our teammates are proud to continue our long relationship with the Marine Corps, and specifically to support the service in fulfilling the MCIOC’s mission for effectively integrating IO into Marine operational capabilities,” said Samuel Morthland, WBB’s manager of business development for joint and Special Operations Forces opportunities.
The Marines competitively selected WBB’s team for its expertise in IO planning and training, MISO, information technology, and program management. From the MCIOC’s facility on Marine Corps Base Quantico, WBB’s team will help enable the effective integration of IO into the standard toolkit of Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) operations world-wide.
WBB and its teammates have served the Marine Corps for many years, including support to the office of the Commandant of the Marine Corps and the Marine Corps Combat Development Command. WBB’s corporate culture – of professional excellence, quality service, innovation and thought leadership – delivers the support that today’s Department of Defense and other federal government clients require.
WBB is a leading government and public sector solutions provider, dedicated to the enduring success of our clients. WBB’s deep domain knowledge, innovative solutions, and world-class customer-focused methodologies assure sustainable results. These qualities make WBB a partner of choice in Defense, Homeland Security, federal and health agencies, as well as commercial organizations. For more information about the WBB, please visit www.wbbinc.com.