General Services Administration Schedule 70 (GS-35F-0533R).
GSA Schedule 70 provides government agencies with information technology (IT) and telecommunications hardware, software, and professional services. The Schedule is currently open for use by federal, state, and local government agencies. State and local government agencies are able to purchase off of Schedule 70 by way of Cooperative Purchasing. GSA's Schedule 70 supports customers on a worldwide basis. Since there is no maximum order limitation, customers can use GSA Schedule 70 to support large-scale multi-million dollar development systems.
Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA).

Period of Performance: February 1, 2005 - January 31, 2010 Contract Value: $1,000,000

DigiTelLink's contract with DISA is to provide security technical support to its Defense Enterprise Computing Center which provides information processing, software development and related technical services to other DOD agencies and other governmental agencies.
DigiTelLink's responsibilities include analyzing protection for software products that can lead to data integrity vulnerabilities, if not installed properly in accordance with the STIG; analyzing ACP protection and management of audit data to ensure adequate controls are present and that the audit trail cannot be manipulated; and evaluating the data collection process for acceptability.

Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA).

Period of Performance: January 1, 2005 - December 31, 2009 Contract Value: $1,000,000

DigiTelLink works with DISA staff to correct SRR findings, including Access Control Product (ACP) cleanup in accordance with DOD and DISA procedures as well as working with the DISA security staff in a product cleanup of the applicable ACP installed and implemented on each of the MVS operating systems.
DigiTelLink provides security specialists whose responsibilities include the following services: Evaluate discrepancies as they relate to the DISA MVS Security Technical Implementation Guidance (STIG), and document recommended additions, deletions, or changes; provide technical guidance for modification of the STIG; analyze, monitor and report assets to ensure vulnerability compliance.

US Army Information Technology Agency (USAITA).

Period of Performance: Oct. 1, 2003 - Sept. 30, 2005 Contract Value: $3,000,000

DigiTelLink's contract with USAITA is to provide computer systems support functions for the Data Center Services Directorate (DC) to provide data services support to DOD and Air Force customers. DigiTelLink provides system administration, technical assistance, software customization and modification support, operational migration, network communications and configuration management support.
DigiTelLink support staff includes Senior Systems Analysts and System Programmers responsible for installation and maintenance of all versions of software and MVS databases, and to perform upgrades and maintenance for IBM mainframe systems. DigiTelLink also provides technical support and assistance for hardware installs, upgrades and application software development.
The over-arching goal is to provide the highest level of customer satisfaction possible and to make software and hardware upgrades, changes, and enhancements in a manner virtually invisible to users.