LNO Awarded Contract to Support U.S. Army Signal Basic Officer Course
EVANS, GA (February 2, 2024) – LNO, Inc. was recently awarded a prime contract by the U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence (CCoE) Fort Eisenhower. The firm-fixed price contract provides course instruction, training material updates, and field training exercise (FTX) support to the Signal Basic Officer Leaders Course (BOLC) at Fort Eisenhower, GA. The SBOLC prepares students for duties such as Retransmission
Platoon Leader, Company Executive Officers, Operations Officer, and other jobs that commensurate with a Lieutenant’s grade.
“We are excited to work with the U.S Army Signal School and Signal Leader Development College to support its critical ongoing training and support missions,” said Charlie Novotny, CEO of LNO. “This accomplishment not only reaffirms LNO’s position as a leader in the Signal and Cyber training but also highlights the company’s commitment to excellence, innovation, and delivering unparalleled value to its clients. We look forward to leveraging our skills and resources to deliver exceptional results for the Signal School and the Army Signal Officers participating in SBOLC program.”
LNO’s services to the SBOLC program will also support new and existing Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4-ISR) technology-weapons systems. Primarily focused on combat networking radio systems training, course refinement, and radio maintenance, LNO will provide technical coordination, and FTX support in accordance with applicable standard operating procedures (SOP) and regulations from the U.S. Army Signal School, the CCoE, and Training & Doctrine Command (TRADOC).
The contract win comes at a strategic time for LNO, aligning with the company’s broader vision and growth objectives. LNO is poised to explore new opportunities, expand its market presence, and continue to be a driving force for Department of Defense (DoD) programs.
LNO is a responsive, fast-growing Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and Native American-Owned business providing a wide array of services and support to several federal government customers. From classroom/virtual training and curricula development to systems integration, cybersecurity, engineering, and logistics, we deliver the IT applications and infrastructures our federal customers use to secure their information systems and networks, improve communications and collaboration, enhance data collection and analysis, and increase efficiency and mission effectiveness.