Extension of Certificate of Networthiness (CON) for U.S. Army

Extension of Certificate of Networthiness (CON) for U.S. Army

El Segundo, Calif.—December 4, 2017— Galorath Incorporated, a California-based software firm whose customers include Airbus; BAE Systems; Boeing; Lockheed Martin; Northrop Grumman; and the U.S. Department of Defense announces a three-year extension of its Certificate of Networthiness (CON) for the U.S. Army.

Army Regulation (AR) 25-1 mandates the assessment of NetOps products against the architecture to ensure they meet functional and interoperability requirements within the Army Enterprise. The CON approval process insures all NetOps products – software, tools or systems are compliant.

Award of the SEER CON involved an extensive assessment to ensure the SEER products meet or exceeds U.S. Army requirements for reliability, security, architecture, and integration with the Army’s existing IT infrastructure.

The Program Executive Office for Enterprise Information Systems (PEO EIS) has renewed the CON for SEER for Software (SEER-SEM), SEER for Hardware (SEER-H), and SEER for Information Technology (SEER-IT). SEER is now approved for installation on any Army network.

Additionally, SEER for Software and SEER for Hardware are also currently certified for installation on the U.S. Air Force network.

About Galorath Incorporated

Galorath Incorporated has invested nearly three decades developing solutions to help government and commercial organizations plan and manage complex software, hardware, electronics, manufacturing and IT projects. Its suite of SEER predictive analytics applications is the most comprehensive estimation and management solution in the industry. Visit www.galorath.com for additional information.

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