AAXIS JV LLC is a Greenbelt, MD based cyber-security, information technology, and engineering services provider with proven experience delivering mission-essential solutions to a wide variety of Department of Defense (DoD) and federal government agencies.
AAXIS delivers cyber risk management and security engineering solutions that enable our customers to safeguard critical IT assets and ensure their systems comply with internal and government-wide security directives.
AAXIS develops solutions for systems and network operations and maintenance, life-cycle software and application development, service delivery management, and database development and management.
AAXIS provides complete life-cycle systems design, integration, and management services, including support for enterprise virtualization, web services development, and Cloud infrastructure design and provisioning.
AAXIS supports A&A services for command and control (C2) systems, nuclear C3 operations, deterrence analysis and planning, and intellignce and strategic weapons analysis.
AAXIS provides full program and project management support services including task management, scheduling, reporting and documentation, administration, executive-level communication, and quality assurance.
AAXIS designs, creates, and delivers technical, management, and supervisory courses. This includes securing venues, creating and providing course materials, providing in-person/virtual access, and providing SMEs as instructors.
8(a) STARS III Contract# 47QTCB22D0007
GSA STARS III: https://www.gsa.gov/s3
Small business (SDVOSB)
Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB)
Economically Disadvantaged Women Owned Small Business (EDWOSB)
Top Secret Facility Clearance
MBI, TS, & TS.SCI cleared staff
CMMI Level 3 DEV and SVC
1541511, 541512, 541513, 541519
SARS II Program Manager - Calvin Mickens
911 Edmonston Rd. Suite 302
Greenbelt, Md. 20770-1552
Customized IT services-based solutions can be tailored to meet an agency’s particular mission needs and may include new and emerging technologies that evolve over the life of the Master Contract. The principal nature of any resulting Order must be for IT services; however ancillary support may be included when it is integral to and necessary for the IT services-based effort. Services may be performed at Government and/or Contractor locations worldwide, as specified in each Order. Scope provides Federal agencies with customized IT services and IT services-based solutions. Examples include:
Scope Sub-Area 1: Emerging Technology-Focused IT Service. This sub-area provides for IT services-based solutions which involve emerging technology (ET) innovation to securely accelerate transformation and advance mission outcomes. ET can be understood as evolving state-of-the-art information technologies and their use in solutioning to improve and/or transform business processes and enhance mission delivery. ET includes those technologies that are not yet mature in the marketplace and have the potential for widespread adoption. These technologies are in the early stages of their life cycles and have been implemented by early adopters ET activities include, but are not limited to:
Scope Sub-Area 2: IT Services performed outside of continental United States (OCONUS). This sub-area provides for IT services-based solutions to be performed outside the contiguous United States (OCONUS). A TOR can fit in this sub-area if the scope is primarily IT services and it includes performance in an OCONUS location. OCONUS work locations include the non-foreign work areas of Alaska and Hawaii, the Commonwealths of Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Northern Mariana Islands, and the territories and possessions of the United States (excluding the Trust Territories of the Pacific Islands) as well as foreign work areas.
Ancillary Support. IT services-based solutions may include work that, on its own, might not be considered IT. That work is characterized as “Ancillary Support.” Ancillary Support can be structured in Orders consistent with the overall Order type, or as part of a hybrid Order type approach. Ancillary Support can be categorized as Ancillary Services and Ancillary Equipment.