Founded in 1997 and headquartered in Hampton Roads, Virginia, E&E Enterprises Global, Inc. (E&E) is a Certified, Service Disabled Veteran Owned, Small Disadvantaged Business. E&E has developed partnerships and formed numerous alliances with major IT and Telecommunications solutions providers. These alliances allow E&E to provide our customer’s the highest quality IT and Telecommunication solutions worldwide. E&E Enterprises Global Inc, (E&E) as the Prime contractor, is currently managing over 70 broadband, IT, cyber security, and training contracts. E&E provides broadband over satellite services as well as digital satellite television services. The contracts vary in size, value, and complexity and over 90% of these are federal, state, or local government contracts.
E&E is an information technology, cyber security, and a satellite and terrestrial telecommunications service and equipment provider. E&E offers TV, space segment, satellite networks, internet connectivity, T1, DSL, data streaming, voice over IP (VoIP), and phones to a wide variety of government and commercial customers. E&E provides customers quality information assurance solutions and support in meeting federal regulatory requirements including all aspects of assessment and authorization, security test and evaluation (ST&E), and independent verification and validation (IV&V).
E&E provides a broad range of IT and communications-related support to our federal and state customers. Our services include training, telecommunications planning, engineering and management, program support, software development, system administration, cyber security, as well as the inspection and installation of Protective Distribution Systems (PDS). Our satellite network solutions include transportable platforms, on-the-move, and maritime. E&E has designed and delivered a wide variety of training solutions for the classroom, mobile and distance learning environments. Our solutions provide connectivity—when and where the customer requires it.
E&E corporate management is committed to delivering all contracted services on time and within budget. The only charges that have ever exceeded an initial estimate are those charges that were included in the contract as “Out of Scope.” Additionally, E&E has not lost a single contract for failing to deliver contracted services. E&E’s owner is committed to “delivering as promised” and he ensures this commitment permeates the company. Customers value E&E’s commitment and have repeatedly shown their satisfaction by providing E&E additional business. E&E’s, customers exercise all option years—the best possible measurement of customer satisfaction.