From command centers across the U.S. to theater operations on ground, at sea and in the air, Five Rivers’ personnel are at the forefront of our nation’s most vital IT, communications and security efforts. Our ITIL and DoD 8570 certified System Administrators and Information Assurance (IA) specialists provide security architecture updates and 24/7/365 monitoring of the U.S. Army’s contribution to the Global Information Grid (GIG) and at its key Signal Intelligence center. We’re shoulder-to-shoulder with the Warfighter in Afghanistan enabling predictable service delivery, streamlined technology migrations and minimal disruption to voice, video and data service. Our system, network, software, communications, and field engineers play lead roles in supporting the U.S. Coast Guard for the development, integration, deployment and maintenance of new and existing C4IT systems. And these are just a handful of examples of where Five Rivers and our strategic partners are trusted when stakes are the highest and quality, reliability and performance matter most.
Customers turn to Five Rivers because we understand the complex and demanding requirements at every critical stage along the armed forces information infrastructure. They come because we support them with the fullest possible array IT and communications services and solutions, including the highly secure collaboration tools and technologies that enhance cooperation within today’s increasingly common joint mission environments—anywhere in the world. Finally, our customers return because we do exactly what we say: since our founding in 2005, 97% of all Contract Performance Assessment Report (CPAR) ratings have been Exceptional or Very Good.
From HQ and Command Centers to the tactical edge on ground, at sea and in the air, look to Five Rivers IT/Communications personnel for your most vital connectivity, information flow, data processing and IA requirements. We back down from no challenge.
Five Rivers provides engineering services and support for the Coast Guard’s Command, Control, and Communications Engineering Center (C3CEN) to support the development, integration, deployment and maintenance of new and existing Coast Guard Command, Control, Communications, Computer, and Information Technology (C4IT) systems. This support includes: