Information Technology & Infrastructure
Bay Systems Consulting offers comprehensive IT services to operate, maintain and enhance key business and mission-supporting platforms, applications and infrastructure used across the agency. Our services are designed to ensure that the IT infrastructure is reliable, secure and efficient. We aim to implement innovative and resource-efficient approaches to meet and exceed the service level standards, while ensuring the smooth functioning of all IT systems.
Our commitment to excellence is demonstrated by our recognitions, including the CIO Achievement Award 2018, the June 2019 Team of the Month for implementation of MS DASH & MSRPT for Mission Support Directorate, MSFC Group Achievement Award presented to EZMAX Mobile Team 2017, and the Marshall Space Flight Center CIO Achiever Award to EAST2 SharePoint Team 2017.
End-to-End IT Support
Experts Infrastructure Backing
Whether you need to upgrade your current systems or build a new infrastructure from scratch, our team of experts can help you navigate the complex world of IT & infrastructure services to find the best solution for your operation. We provide top-notch services with an emphasis on innovation, security, and scalability to keep your operation running smoothly and rivetted with state-of-the-art technological relevancy.
Trusted Nuclear Power Partner
We have significant experience working with nuclear power plants – so that's one of our fortes. As a result of our extensive experience in this field, we have a thorough familiarity with the unique infrastructure and procedures that make up nuclear power plants. The electrical engineering, safety systems, and control systems for a nuclear power plant are all within our team's scope of expertise.
Dedicated Field Staff for Successful IT Projects
Coordinating IT and related infrastructure projects are integral parts of BSC's list of core competencies. Our experienced field staff supports IT initiatives for major NASA programs, such as the Enterprise Application Service Technologies (EAST) 2 project at the Marshall Space Flight.