The Navajo Nation-owned NOVA Corporation will feature its information technology service solutions at the West Coast's largest defense and technology exhibition, the Western Conference and Exposition (West 2013), January 29-31, at the San Diego Convention Center.
West 2013, co-sponsored by AFCEA (The Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association) and the U.S. Naval Institute, will feature exhibits from more than 300 technology leaders and discussions by leading military experts on various topics related to national defense including budgets, cyber warfare, the Chinese navy and much more. The conference—themed “Pivot to the Pacific: What are the Practical and Global Implications?”—will additionally cover communications, electronics, intelligence, information systems, imaging, aviation, shipbuilding and more.
NOVA Corporation, which has corporate offices in Window Rock, Arizona; Albuquerque, New Mexico; Chambersburg, Pennsylvania; and Columbia, Maryland, will host a booth (No. 1420) to discuss its network and enterprise services, data center optimization, cyber security solutions, and managed services.
The mission of NOVA, an 8(a) Small Disadvantaged Business, is to deliver high quality, reliable information technology services to its customers, while improving the quality of life on the Navajo Nation, particularly through education and housing programs. The company, which employs several Diné members in executive and advisory positions, has won numerous awards. In 2010, Diversity Business ranked it 37th among Native American businesses, 7th place in the Arizona Top 50 Diversity Owned Businesses, and 10th in the Arizona Top 50 Privately held Businesses.