Providing the SOF community diverse support and solutions to address environments characterized by irregular warfare and asymmetric threats.

Special Operations Forces (SOF) Support and Solutions

Delivering client-focused solutions that work

The EVC Special Operations Team consists of former Special Operations Forces (SOF) operators, strategists, industry-leading scientists, and engineers, providing the SOF community a diverse set of solutions to address environments characterized by irregular warfare and asymmetric threats. Working together with our parent company Concurrent Technologies Corporation (CTC), our former SOF operators expertly translate SOF unique requirements to our engineers, technologists, and scientists who can rapidly create or obtain, modify, and integrate commercial-off-the-shelf and government technologies into SOF solutions globally. EVC’s Special Operations Team offers a varied portfolio of capabilities that align with SOF’s broad spectrum of requirements

Our SOF Team Project Experience

Technology Infusion Cell (TIC) – Supports the US Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Special Operations Acquisition, Technology & Logistics (AT&L), formerly the Special Operations Research & Development Acquisition Center (SORDAC) Science and Technology (S&T) and the Joint Acquisition Task Force (JATF):

  • Provide independent, unbiased, rapid solutions to specialized technology requirements
  • Support advanced technology concept development, demonstration, and validation with rapid design, fabrication, and integration of prototypes for operations in a field environment
  • Identify and modify equipment to support red force capabilities simulations in advanced technology experiments and demonstration

USSOCOM SORDAC – Next Generation Infrastructure (NGI) Training Support:

  • Provide Command, Control, Communication, and Computers (C4) operators anytime access to information through the creation of distance learning courseware hosted on the Joint Knowledge Online (JKO)
  • Provide support for identification of next generation software solutions, including mobile computing option, cloud-based Distance Learning (DL) solutions, and application-based job aids 

USSOCOM Network Monitoring, Modeling, Simulation, and Analysis 

  • Develop, maintain, and provide DL training for network analysis and modeling capability in support of strategic and tactical long haul communications networks, deployable tactical communications systems, and associated voice, video and data networks

USSOCOM’s Tactical Assured Connectivity System (SOFTACS) – Lifecycle Sustainment and Research and Development (R&D)

Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) – 

Training Management

Technology Roadmapping Support 

USSOCOM/US Army Special Operations Command (USASOC) – Lessons Learned Analyst Support 

USASOC Canine Support 

USASOC/Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) – Joint Capabilities Integration Development System (JCIDS) Support 

Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) Operations

  • Supports the USSOCOM SORDAC UAS test platform 
  • Integrates leading edge payload and sensor technologies for multiple Government agencies 

Direct Special Mission Unit (SMU) Support

  • Operator Air Operations/Training Support for SMU, JSOC
USSOCOM Online Training

Comments from the client:
“The USSOCOM PEO-C4 is expected to save tens of thousands of dollars yearly through the implementation of DL into their transport programs. PEO-C4 operators will gain greater access to courseware and information anytime and anywhere through the adoption of the JKO LMS, the implementation of SkillSoft, Information Technology (IT) courseware, and the conversion of five transport courses from live instruction to combined DL with live hands-on laboratories.”

Areas of Expertise

Irregular Warfare (analysis, studies, exercise support, curriculum development, Advanced Distributed Learning)

Rapid Prototyping / Testing / Evaluation / Integration / Documentation

Cyber Security

Cloud Solutions

  • Architect and implement secure cloud solutions
  • Broker the cloud consumer-cloud provider relationships, easing the migration to cloud services
  • Work with standards organizations (e.g., National Institute of Standards and Technology) and cloud providers to verify capability compliance
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SOF Cloud Solutions

Software Engineering: design, develop and maintain software information management; management and distribution of information from various sources to many audiences

Sensor Systems Integration: synergistic use and integration of information from various sensors to assist users in making real time decisions

Secure Systems: development/integration systems and networks that ensure information/operations are only accessible by intended actors

Counter Threat Financing Analysis and Training

All-Source Analysis – Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) Military Forces Analysis (MFA) Office, Military Infrastructure Offices (MIO), the Underground Facilities Analysis Center (UFAC), and National Security Agency (NSA)

Geospatial Analysis – DIA MFA and UFAC, DOJ National Drug Intelligence Center

Imagery Analysis – DIA MFA and UFAC

Science and Technology (S&T) Analysis – DIA Defense Warning Office (DWO) and NSA; technology warning and technology surprise

Open Source Research and Analysis – DIA MIO/Cyber Threat Analysis (CTA) Office; exploitation of foreign information in the public domain

Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) Analysis – provide SIGINT analysis and linguistic support to NSA programs

Biometrics R&D

Alternative Energies and Fuel Cell R&D