CASE-V Contract Awarded for upgrades at 552 ACW Tinker AFB

Oct 01, 2020 | General Information | By: Tara Marta

MIDWEST CITY, OK (October 1, 2020) – PLEXSYS has been awarded a contract to upgrade the 552d Air Control Wing (ACW), 752d Operations Support Squadron (OSS), Control and Reporting Center (CRC) simulator at Tinker AFB, OK. PLEXSYS’ Common Architecture for Secure Environments – Virtualized (CASE-V) will improve simulation and training delivery to the CRC using a modularized hardware and software framework. CASE-V centralizes the training, system, and security management infrastructure providing the warfighters a single interface from which to operate.

Delivery of PLEXSYS’ commercial CASE-V product also provides Risk Management Framework (RMF) documentation artifacts, an Authority to Operate (ATO), and a 120-day Mobility Plan. These provisions will streamline the customer efforts to include CASE-V in their security accreditation package.

“CASE-V was demonstrated to the Chief of the 552 ACW Cybersecurity Office,” stated Bill Thomson, Senior Operations Project Manager. “The Government team was impressed with the capabilities of the CASE-V system and pleased that it will fulfill both training and security requirements.”

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About CASE-V

CASE-V is a common framework designed to solve the most stringent compliance and integration challenges in today’s modern datacenter and training environments. In a nutshell, CASE-V is a secure computing environment (SCE) on a hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) supporting a virtual device infrastructure (VDI) Learn more…

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