Greensboro Software Firm Is Part Of HUD Infrastructure Upgrade
Posted August 16, 2006
GREENSBORO, N.C. — PVA
, a software development firm based in Greensboro, is providing the applications for an upgrade in the infrastructure of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
PVA worked with Lucent to develop communications applications for domain name server, dynamic host configuration and Internet Protocol management. They are part of Lucent's VitalQIP product.
Lockheed Martin selected VitalQIP for the HUD network management project.
PVA is a Lucent business partner.
"As a small business, PVA offers a unique mix of flexibility, capabilities and expertise that is attractive to prime contractors," said Jack Franks, vice president of PVA. "We bring Lockheed Martin our close relationship with Lucent, intimate understanding of the Vital software and experience with the demands of a U.S. large civilian agency like HUD."