ADNET works with many distinguished Federal customers. The diversity of our customer base represents the diversity of services and solutions we provide. Our customers depend on us to support premier science and engineering programs; deliver turnkey IT solutions; and create tailored education, training, and outreach solutions.

Our customers range from NASA to the Department of Transportation. With this diversity, ADNET brings a unique understanding of each agency, its mission, and its vision. Customers value our experienced project management teams, conservative fiscal management, premier personnel, scalable solutions, and our commitment to accountability; our awards and recognition reflect this. We maintain an excellent Dun & Bradstreet rating and a strong line of credit to support growth.

We look forward to proudly adding you to our growing list of satisfied customers!

ADNET has been a valued partner at NASA since 1991, when we began to support Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC). Two decades later, ADNET has steadily increased its NASA presence at centers nationwide since our initial contract at GSFC. Our GSFC support spans each of our core service areas – science, engineering, IT, and education and public outreach – across multiple contracts.

At NASA GSFC, we support space flight missions, educational outreach programs, internal systems, program offices, and leading-edge development. Complementing our NASA Ames Research Center (ARC) supercomputing experience, we support High Performance Computing (HPC) system integration, system administration, system operations and support at GSFC for the NASA Center for Computational Sciences (NCCS). ADNET also supports GSFC’s Office of Human Capital Management, providing leadership development, change management, career development, and support for recruitment projects.

ADNET has supported NASA’s Independent Verification & Validation (IV&V) Facility since it opened in 1994, performing a wide range of critical IT services. The IV&V Facility and its customers depend on us for a range of technical support including help desk, database administration, IT security, Web development, network administration, videoconferencing, and telecommunications.

At NASA’s Ames Research Center (ARC) in California’s Silicon Valley, we provide cutting-edge support as part of the NASA Supercomputing Support Services (NS3) team, providing IT services to over 250 systems supporting their supercomputing environment.

In 2011, ADNET was awarded the NASA ACES contract (Agency Consolidated End-User Services) as a subcontractor. The 10-year, $2.5B ACES contract provides a vehicle for NASA Centers to outsource the provision and management of hardware, software, mobile information technology (IT) services, accessories, end-user support services, and infrastructure support. This broad range of end-user services will support NASA’s core business, scientific, research and computational activities.

ADNET’s NOAA support complements our NASA work. Our IT, science, and engineering expertise all play important roles in our support to NOAA’s National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS) organization. Our NOAA support services include configuration management, systems administration, science data analysis and database management support. We have also provided facility planning assessments and design support to NOAA in determining vital heating, cooling and floor arrangements for their equipment co-located at the NASA IV&V Facility in West Virginia.

Our system engineers worked with NOAA staff to ensure all components of facility installation were properly addressed from physical placement to Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) requirements. Based on our recommendations, additional air circulation units were ordered and installed to ensure proper air flow was achieved across the computing equipment installed.

ADNET earned three consecutive perfect evaluation scores supporting the training and outreach activities for the National Highway Institute (now Office of Technology Services – OTS) of the Federal Highway Administration. Our services support and enhance national and international missions to transfer knowledge and technology to transportation professionals worldwide.

Our staff leads Instructional Systems Design (ISD) efforts, grants management, marketing, international partnership programs, web conferencing, and training support services. The cornerstone of our support lies in our ISD services, developing instructor-led course content as well as developing web-based training courses. Our support is adult-learner centric, ensuring that we help transportation professionals excel in career-minded training.

Our marketing efforts support the FHWA’s goal to expand their customer base, including: Foreign Governments; Industry Groups; Metropolitan Planning Organizations; Public Safety Organizations; and Motor Vehicle Departments.

Leading the Universities and Grants Program (U&GP), ADNET helps to build the next generation of transportation professionals. We provide technical and administrative support for project planning, development, implementation, management, documentation and evaluation for grants, fellowships and related transportation education programs.

ADNET directly supported and continues to collaborate with the Department of Interior’s U.S. Geological Survey’s Earth Resources Observation and Science (EROS) data center in Sioux Falls, SD. Our team performed satellite data processing, developed and implemented archiving and data distribution strategies, help desk support, and outreach tasks. EROS is the primary data processing, archiving and distribution center for the LANDSAT remote-sensing satellite, as well as being the Land Processes Distributed Active Archive Center (LP-DAAC): the national data center for studies involving vegetation, erosion and other climate change indicators. With many natural ties to our work at NASA GSFC, we continue to collaborate with EROS teams on education and public outreach initiatives and to improve the archiving and distribution of data.

ADNET provides all IT infrastructure support services for the NASA Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V) facility located in Fairmont, West Virginia operated by West Virginia University. ADNET’s services include: network design, deployment and operations; Tier 1, 2, and 3 help desk support; facilities management; and IT Security.

ADNET designed, implemented and maintains daily operation of the network that includes network traffic monitoring. Our end user support includes an IT Support Desk to provide services to NASA civil servants, West Virginia University staff, and other supporting contractors. The ADNET Support Desk is the primary point of contact for: phone services and voice mail; network services and connectivity; remote access and video teleconferencing satellite TV; and desktop and application support.

As part of our facility support efforts, we assist other tenants in assessing and devising installation plans (e.g. cooling, power, UPS, equipment placement/proximity) such as our support to the NOAA tenant in planning their installation of equipment for their National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS) project.

Our staff plays a critical role to both define and enhance the facility’s IT Security support. ADNET’s experts support cyber and facility systems security. We manage the operation of the NASA IV&V Security Configuration and Control Board (SCCB) and provide NASA and WVU with recommendations based on facility requirements, return on investment (ROI), and decision impacts for operations and maintenance activities.