Exeter SERVICES

We are focused on the three things we do exceptionally.

At Exeter, we concentrate on specific areas of expertise that we have honed on numerous client engagements and that we have refined through education and the incorporation of continuous improvement.

Take a closer look at our areas of expertise and the clients we serve. They offer a glimpse into the skills, experience, and focus that we offer our clients and the stimulating challenges we offer our employees.

Exeter Clients

Clients are our reason for being here

Exeter achieves client goals in each engagement - whether Federal civilian, DoD, or commercial. We succeed by delivering quality services that match client requirements and our success is evidenced by long-term relationships with our clients.

We invite you to explore select descriptions of our success for several of our clients. These stories portray Exeter's role as a trusted business partner that approaches each engagement as an opportunity to deliver service excellence.

Recent News

  • Air Force PRPS Award

    Exeter was awarded a 5 year contract by the Air Force to sustain, maintain, modify, and provide web-based training simulation for the Purchase Request Process System (PRPS). PRPS is used by the Air Force Sustainment Center (AFSC) to initiate Purchase Instruments for weapon system spare part buys, repairs, and related services in support of supply chain operations. Work will be performed in Dayton, Ohio and furthers Exeter's commitment to the Dayton Air Force community. 
  • Exeter Achieves CMMI Level 3 Re-certification

    Exeter Government Services, LLC recently underwent a CMMI-DEV v1.3 SCAMPI Class A appraisal, resulting in our third successive and successful CMMI Level 3 independent appraisal for our Corporate Infrastructure Group.  Most notably, the appraisal found no deficiencies or weaknesses, and highlighted the deep involvement of Exeter’s executive management to this quality system.
  • Contract Award from 17 Training Support Squadron

    Exeter was awarded a 4-year contract by the Air Force's 17 Training Support Squadron/Integrated Operations Flight (TRSS/TSN) to provide specialized system administration services to augment and enhance operations at 17 TRSS/TSN at Goodfellow AFB, Texas. In addition to maintenance activities, Exeter will implement and ensure security measures, monitor and enhance system performance, and provide help desk support.
  • Contract Award from Air Force Medical Support Agency

    Exeter was awarded a contract by the Air Force Medical Support Agency (AFMSA) to provide worldwide systems administration, database administration, and sustainment of the Carepoint Healthcare Application Suite (CHAS) program. As part of our Tier I and II activities, Exeter provides functional analysis, information assurance support, incident analysis and repair, and deployment testing support. The Exeter Team will work on the customer site at Joint Base San Antonio.
  • Air Force Research Institute Contract Award

    Exeter was awarded a contract by the Air Force Research Institute at Maxwell AFB, AL to provide database support. Our services will include design, development, testing, and operation of two substantial databases, the Personnel Database and Theater History of Operation Reports. Exeter will convert non-standard encoding to standards that can be applied for research purposes and to assist in the completion of empty fields to enable statistical model estimation and qualitative analysis.
  • Air Force 6th Medical Group Award

    Exeter was awarded a contract by the Air Force's 6th Medical Group to provide SharePoint site collection administration and website content management services. We will be supporting administrative, business, and clinical operations, providing healthcare functions to over 220,000 eligible beneficiaries for the 6th Medical Group at MacDill AFB, Florida.
  • ITS-SB Ordering Period Extended

    The ordering period for new task orders under Exeter’s Army ITS-SB contract vehicle has been extended to 13 April 2018, enabling task order execution until 13 April 2020. More information is available at armyitssb.com
  • Contract Award at Warren AFB

    Exeter was awarded a five year contract to provide the Headquarters 20th Air Force/Task Force 214 technical engineering services. Specifically, Exeter will be providing system administration, network administration, operational security, training, and COMSEC custodian services. Additional Exeter activities will include ensuring all system Certifications & Accreditations are maintained current and maintaining user configurations. Exeter staff will be on site at F.E. Warren AFB, Wyoming.
  • Exeter Awarded Army TC-AIMS II Program under ITS-SB Contract

    Exeter has been awarded a contract to provide operations, maintenance, and integration of the Army's Transportation Coordinators - Automated Movement and Identification Solutions (TC-AIMS II) system under Product Director Automated Movement and Identification Solutions (PD AMIS). Exeter provides IT services to support TC-AIMS II's ability to provide accurate and timely requirements and real-time visibility of movements to support deployment, redeployment, and sustainment of U.S. Forces.
  • Exeter Awarded Air Force Contract

    Exeter was awarded a contract by the Air Force to provide system sustainment, maintenance, and modification of the Stock Control System (SCS). The 5 year contract is valued at over $20 million and was awarded under the NETCENTS-2 program. All work will be performed in Dayton, Ohio.
  • Exeter Wins USSOUTHCOM Award

    Exeter was awarded a contract to provide IT services to USSOUTHCOM, Communications Systems Directorate (SCJ6) Cyber Security Division. Exeter will provide functional support to ensure that all levels of DoD Information Assurance/Computer Network Defense policies, procedures, orders, and directives are implemented, executed, and enforced to protect all IT/IM systems throughout the USSOUTHCOM area of responsibility. Our staff will be based at SOUTHCOM Headquarters in Doral, Florida.
  • Exeter Awarded Air Force Material Processing System (MPS) NETCENTS-2 Task Order

    Exeter has been awarded a 5-year NETCENTS-2 Task Order to maintain Material Processing System (MPS/D230) operations at Hill AFB, Robins AFB, Tinker AFB, and Kadena AFB. We will be developing and deploying needed enhancements, performing program management oversight, and providing technical expertise as needed. The work will be primarily performed at Hill AFB in Utah.
  • Exeter Opens New Office on Aberdeen Proving Grounds (APG)

    Exeter has maintained a branch office at Aberdeen Proving Ground since October 2013. Exeter completed a planned relocation to our newly constructed branch office at the Government and Technology Enterprise (The GATE), a state-of-the-art office and technology business park inside APG. Our office is located at 6200 Guardian Gateway, Suite 180 Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21005. More about our Army contracts is available at armyitssb.com

  • Exeter's 11th Sponsorship of Operation Jump Start

    Exeter is pleased to sponsor Operation Jump Start for the 12th straight year at the Army Navy Country Club in Arlington, VA. Operation Jump Start is an event intended to help the service members of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom transition to civilian careers.  Exeter is proud to be an annual supporter of this event.
  • Army Awards Exeter I2WD SIL Award

    Exeter was awarded a 3-year $58M task to provide program management, systems engineering, and service support to the Intelligence Enterprise Branch of the Army Information & Intelligence Warfare Directorate (I2WD). Exeter will support the systems engineering, integration, test, and evaluation of the Distributed Common Ground Station – Army (DCGS-A) and other related PEO IEWS applications through the System Integration Laboratory (SIL) at Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland.
  • Exeter Wins Education Award with MAXIMUS

    Exeter was awarded a 10-year subcontract with Education's Office of Federal Student Aid as part of team headed by Maximus Federal Services. The contract is to provide Operations and Maintenance support for the Debt Management and Collection System (DMCS). As the largest provider of student financial aid, FSA manages the very substantial federal student loan portfolio. Exeter will provide requirements identification and management, business analysis, and reconciliation and accounting services.
  • Exeter Wins AF CIE Contract with AAC

    Exeter has been awarded a contract with AAC Inc. to provide system integration and technical support to the United States Air Force Capability Integration Environment (CIE) at Maxwell Air Force Base-Gunter Annex in Montgomery, Alabama. Exeter will assist the CIE in accomplishing its mission of providing production-compliant capabilities with enterprise services in support of proofs of concept, development, integration, and test activities in an accredited environment.
  • Exeter Wins NIST BPA as a Member of Trusted Security Alliance

    As a member of the Trusted Security Alliance joint venture, Exeter was awarded a contract by the NIST Information Technology Laboratory's Computer Security Division to provide information security and cybersecurity services. The NIST Computer and Information Security Services (CISS) IDIQ contract has a potential 5-year performance period and is valued at $70 million.
  • Exeter Names New Vice President

    Mr. Michael Davis has been promoted to Vice President within Exeter. Mr. Davis has directed Exeter’s efforts with the Department of Defense for over 10 years and made numerous invaluable contributions to Exeter’s success throughout its history. Specifically, he has been instrumental in Exeter’s significant growth in the Department of Defense over the last year and will continue to provide the leadership necessary for our future success in that domain.
  • Exeter Receives Air Force Space Wing Award

    Exeter was awarded a contract by the Air Force's 45th Space Wing at Patrick AFB, Florida. We will be upgrading an existing GIS application to include Crisis Command (CC), Facilities Infrastructure Assessment Tool (FIAT), and Base Visualization Tool (BVT). Exeter will analyze requirements, and develop, test, and deploy the required software. We will also perform targeted product training.
  • NIST Contract Award

    Exeter was awarded a NIST contract to provide programmatic and technical services in support of new initiatives to improve communication and engagement with academia, industry, and government with respect to cybersecurity education. The National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE) will enhance the overall U.S. cybersecurity posture by accelerating the availability of educational and training resources designed to improve the cybersecurity skills and knowledge of students and workforce.
  • DISA DECC Contract Award

    Exeter was awarded a contract in partnership with Integrated Computer Solutions, Inc. (ICS) to provide service management support to the DISA Defense Enterprise Computing Center (DECC) in Montgomery, Alabama. Services include a range of technical support, such as system administration and incident management; conducting site surveys to assist in ensuring compliance with Information Assurance requirements; and developing and implementing a Cyber Threat Security Plan.
  • Air Force 60th Maintenance Group Award

    Exeter was awarded a 5-year contract to provide web support services to the Air Force's 60th Maintenance Group (MXG). Specifically, we will provide development and management of distributed and web-based applications, and the configuration, maintenance, and deployment of all web, database, and application servers that provide applications. The work will be performed on-site at Travis AFB, California.
  • Exeter Names a New Vice President

    Exeter promoted Mr. Rob Weighall to Vice President of Air Force Programs for his innumerable contributions to Exeter's success in the Air Force for the past 12 years. Rob possesses a Masters in Management Information Systems and a Bachelors degree from Auburn University, has achieved a PMP, and currently executes a significant portion of Exeter's business.
  • Exeter Participates in "Stop Hunger Now" Program

    Exeter recently participated in this program, which packages and ships meals to people in need. Volunteers packaged bulk food, producing 1,500 bags to provide 10,000 meals to hungry people.  Participants included TC-AIMS II team members, Exeter leadership, teammate Lockheed Martin, and our government customer, AMIS.  For more info on the program, contact Martin Andrews at mandrews@exetergov.com or visit http://www.stophungernow.org ...
  • Exeter Wins Air Force AIT Contract

    Exeter was awarded a $24 million, 5-year contract to provide operations and maintenance for Automatic Information Technology (AIT) at all Air Force Sustainment Center and Air Force Materiel Command locations.  Exeter will develop and integrate AIT data capture solutions and capabilities to improve aircraft availability. Primary performance is at Robins AFB, GA, with work on-site at three major airframe depot maintenance complexes and a 2,500-acre aircraft storage facility.
  • Exeter Wins B2S2 Award!

    Exeter received an Army PEOIEW&S Better Buying Support Services (B2S2) award, focused on technical, program, acquisition, logistics, and business services, supporting materiel and product R&D, test, production, sustainment, logistics, training, and disposition, and other services, CONUS/OCONUS. There is a 5-yearordering period and the vehicle has a ceiling of $248M.
  • Exeter Achieves ISO 9001:2015 Certification!

    Exeter has achieved ISO 9001:2015 certification, further solidifying our commitment to quality in our daily management practices and in the delivery of service to our customers! ISO 9001 is a quality management system standard developed by the International Organization for Standardization. It is used to certify quality management systems that focus on continual improvement, customer satisfaction, and the active involvement of both management and employees in a process-based approach.