Five Rivers Services is a trusted partner for customers with high stakes, especially in contexts related to the Department of Defense (DoD) and the armed forces information infrastructure. We support mission-critical IT, communications, and security efforts in various operational environments, ranging from U.S.-based command centers to theater operations at sea, on the ground, and even in space.
Our key capabilities include Enterprise IT, where we provide technical and operational solutions to support customer infrastructure and enterprise IT mission requirements. Our services in this area span from Enterprise Network Architecture, Engineering & Operations, to Network Security/Information Assurance, System Administration, and Desktop Management.
In the realm of Satellite Telecommunications, we offer complete lifecycle support of mission systems. Our services here include IT Operations & Maintenance Services and Base Operations Support.
Our Mission Support & Training services provide operational and resource management support for even the most complex global missions. These services include Operational & Analytic Solutions, Administrative Support, and Training Support.
Five Rivers Services operates under DUNS Number: 610777901 and CAGE Code: 47JR9. We service under several NAICS codes, covering areas such as telecommunications, electronic computer manufacturing, computer systems design, and other computer-related services.
Our portfolio boasts representative projects with U.S. Air Force Space Command and U.S. Army NETCOM. For the former, we provide a range of services to the Consolidated Air Force Satellite Control Network Modifications, Maintenance, and Operations (CAMMO) program, supporting tasks associated with operating a significant portion of the Air Force’s satellite fleet. With U.S. Army NETCOM, our ITIL and DoD 8570 certified System Administrators and Information Assurance (IA) specialists work tirelessly to provide security architecture updates and round-the-clock monitoring of the U.S. Army’s contribution to the Global Information Grid (GIG) and its crucial Signal Intelligence center.