New! DoD recently issued a memo (May 2018) encouraging the use of the 8(a) STARS II GWAC. View the memo here.

Government IT Services: Some responsibilities on the different web application projects include program management, architecting, creating documentation, training, migration planning and execution and development.

Government IT Services for Core Competencies: Acquisition and Contract Management, Administrative Support, Business Process Assessment and Reengineering, Program and Project Management, Strategic Planning and Execution, SETA Support, Enterprise Architecture and Governance, Web Development, Mobile Development, SharePoint Application Development, SharePoint Training, Data Integration, Dashboards and Reporting, Quality Assurance Testing

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NAICS Codes:  541611, 541613, 541618, 541990,561210, 561422, 561110, 561990, 511210, 541511, 541512, 541513, 541519, 541690, 611420, 561720

SIC: 7389, 7372, 7373, 7371

PSC: R707, U012, H170, L070, N070

NCN is proud to be a participant of the GSA 8a Stars II Vehicle. 
Contract Number: GS00Q17GWD2335
DUNS Number: 831460238
Program Manager Contact Information:
Sharon Muniz / 703-298-2468

Click on the GSA logo below to view more information about 8a Stars II

States Served Include the Following


Below are some examples of Government IT applications we developed to improve the daily lives of our citizens.


  • Mobile applications for inspection to maintain and improve the safety for school buses in one state
  • Mobile applications for inspection to maintain and improve the safety of child services care centers in another state.


  • A traffic 511 mobile application so that citizens could see live video feeds of the street routes they were going to take with notifications of incidents, construction issues and other pertinent information for the safest and most reliable routes to their destination.

Citizen Resources

  • A driver’s test application we developed is helpful for citizens to study for their test on the go.
  • A suspicious crime application allows citizens to take pictures and submit anonymous information to the police about a crime they are witnessing.