Alexandria, VA – March 30, 2020 – END-TO-END COMPUTING (EEC), LLC, an SBA 8(a) Certified and Service Disabled Veteran-Owned (SDVOSB) / Minority-Owned Emerging Information Technology Service Provider – specializing in Business Transformation, System Engineering and Cybersecurity – has been awarded a one-year contract by the State of North Carolina’s Department of Information Technology (DIT) for a Cybersecurity assessment of its 911 Emergency System.

Based in Raleigh, NC, the 911 Emergency Management team helps North Carolinians prepare for, respond to, and recover from disasters and emergencies; even more critical today responding to the coronavirus COVID-19 crisis.

North Carolina’s Enhanced 911 system is under a single board with a uniform 911 service charge to integrate the state’s 911 system, enhance efficiency and accountability, and create a level competitive playing field among voice communication technologies. The board reports to the Joint Legislative Commission on Governmental Operation, the Revenue Laws Study Commission, and the Joint Legislative Utility Review Commission.

This is EEC’s first contract with the State of North Carolina; earlier Federal Government Contracts include the U.S. Department of State (DOS), U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. The Company also holds position on the GSA IT Schedule 70.

“We look forward to contributing, and ensuring Cybersecurity best practices and processes are leveraged for North Carolina’s emergency management’s 911 services,” said Esteve Mede, EEC’s Chief Executive Officer. “The state faces many challenges – including the annual hurricane season and, now of course, the pandemic. The assessment of the 911 services becomes more and more critical.”