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(3.5*) N68936-99-D-0031 - CTA provides support to the Combat Environment Simulation Division Integrated Product Teams, specifically for the Target Control Systems (ITCS) Project Office, the Airborne Threat Simulation Division at Pt. Mugu and the Tactical Aircraft Range Integration Facility (TARIF). The flight-worthy countermeasures hardware for the Airborne Threat team is developed and fabricated by CTA under a certified ISO 9001:2000 Quality System. Garon Harris 760-939-2588

(3.14) GS-35F-4644G/N57023-04-F-2032 - CTA provides engineering and analytical support to VX-9 for operational testing of the FA-18, AV-8B, AH-1 and EA-6B aircraft. CTA supports all phases of operational test including test planning, requirements traceability, operational concept analysis, operational tests, simulation and analysis, test monitoring, configuration management and Developmental Test and Evaluation (DT&E) integration. In addition, CTA provides Reliability and Maintainability support and In-Service Monitoring of fleet fielded systems. Kim Rusk 760-939-8342

(3.20) XXXX-XXXX-00053 (Classified) - CTA provides Test and Evaluation Analyst/Security Support for VX-9 in its mission of Operational Test and Evaluation of the FA-18 aircraft with Analytical and Security support personnel. Lt. Matt Sullens 760-939-4870

(3.21) GS-35F-4644G /N68936-05-F0001 - CTA supports the Tactical Electronic Warfare Team at the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division (NAWCWD) at China Lake, California with on site administrative support. Kim Johns 760-393-1969

(3.11) DT0S59-96-R-00005 – CTA performs technical work in evaluating three levels of policy: (1) Firewall Analysis, including the use of a four-step process to complete the Firewall Configuration Analysis task. (2) CIO IT Security Policy, required for meeting the goals of the GSA IT Security Program. (3) GSA Security Guides, which are being updated to reflect the changes in the CIO IT Security Policy. Mr. James Young 703-605-5646

(3.12) N68936-99-0031/868473 LMCO PO M4405001 - CTA provides direct system security engineering support to the Joint Strike Fighter Program Office and the various subgroups which includes: Anti Tamper Working Group, Certification and Accreditation Working Group, Cryptographic Key Management Working Group, and the System Security Engineering Working Group. Mr. Steve Papa 817-777-5578

(3.2) LMCO PO 7092086 - CTA’s INFOSEC Group, located in Colorado Springs, is providing system security engineering support to the F/A-22 engineering program addressing certification needs for the F/A-22 technology upgrade. CTA’s support includes: Security Systems Engineering support; requirements definition and architecture design and implementation; security software testing; documentation support; and evaluation of new technologies. Mel Stanley 817-777-8591

(3.12) GS-35F-4644G/ F33601-02-F-A249 - CTA works directly for the F-22 program office to provide security certification and accreditation technical support for all airborne and ground support information processing systems and networks. Mr. Jim Wagner 937-904-5173

(3.2, 3.3) GS07T00BGD0037 – CTA provides technical, functional and managerial consulting services to support meta-data and data integration activities undertaken by program customers, including: 1) Populating registries and repositories and conducting import/export activities between them; 2) Integration activities including modeling, standards and architecture development, model migration, model integration, forward and reverse engineering of meta-data assets, and change management of meta-data assets; 3) Data integration activities including Enterprise Application Integration (EAI), Data Warehousing, Electronic Commerce / Electronic Data Interchange (EC/EDI), Knowledge Management (Extraction) (KM), Enterprise Information Portals (EIP), Product Integration, and Product Migration; and 4) Activity and process integration activities including activity and process modeling, model simulation, business process re-engineering, activity based costing, and model integration and change management. Marco Johnson 703-681-5611

(3.16) DASW01-96-D-0022 [- CTA is the Prime Contractor providing expert, technical, administrative, and managerial advice to the offices of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Health Affairs (ASD HA). CTA supports four task areas under this contract: Advisory and Assistance Services; Program/Project Management; Budget Planning, Programming, Execution and Integration; and, Acquisition Management. Alex Graham 703 681-2860

(3.5) DTFAWA-03-C-00071; Subtask EI0106I203L - Under this contract CTA has supported the FAA since 1981 on over 70 acquisition, development, test and evaluation, and deployment projects/programs. As a subcontractor CTA provides system and software engineering to assist the management, development, acquisition, and fielding of automated air traffic control systems. CTA provides systems engineering support on all phases of a project life cycle from development of initial specifications and solicitation packages (RFPs); through proposal evaluation, source selection, design, development, integration and test. POC Mary Dobbs 202-366-5050

(3.1) FA 8750-04-C-0159 - CTA provides Program Management and Systems Engineering support associated with the modernization of Terminal Automation Systems. This includes providing FAA-iCMM process training and facilitation, assisting with internal process and QA assessments, and providing insight into Quality Assurance initiatives. Joe Lanza (315) 330-2325

(3.2, 3.3, 3.5, 3.7, 3.20, 3.21) DTFAWA-03-D-03021 - CTA supports development of security related policies and vulnerability analysis/remediation. CTA is supporting the FAA’s largest modernization program - En Route Automation Modernization (ERAM) which includes coordinating test scenario requirements, providing subject matter expertise for Second Level Maintenance, and supporting FAA test organization on Flight Data Processing. Steven Reynolds 609-485-6550 Dennis Emerick 609-485-6245 Bill Smith 609-485-5874 James Wallace 609-485-8895

(3.11) DTFAWA-03-F-20130 - CTA provides assistance with process development efforts & modernizations with the FAA’s Terminal Automation Systems. This includes providing FAA-iCMM process training & facilitation, assisting in implementing SOPs and TEGS methodologies, assisting with internal process & QA assessments, providing insight into ATB-200 QA activities & quality initiatives, and developing and maintaining quality program plans for ATB-200. Steven Coulombe 609-485-4256

(3.4) 31994, 06361 - Over the past 3 years, CTA has performed a number of software development projects for the State, replacing older legacy systems with web-based systems that consolidate and streamline administrative functions and extend the reach of services provided to its constituents. These projects have included development and integration of systems, including the Child Care Licensing System and the State’s grant project proposal and application processes, and providing initial planning and preparation for development and conversion of a new system to replace a number of mainframe-based legacy systems. Robert Sachs 785-296-2770

(3.2, 3.14, 3.15, 3.20) N00178-01-C1017 - BecTech provides telemetry receiving system technical support to the Navy Tactical Ballistic Missile Defense (TBMD) telemetry efforts primarily supporting the SM-3 AEGIS LEAP INTERCEPT (ALI) Program, but includes efforts supporting the SM-2 BLK IVA Program. BecTech also serves as an advisor to Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division’s (NSWCDD) TBMD Telemetry program. BecTech representatives co-chair with Navy representatives, the TBMD Telemetry Working Group. BecTech also provides engineering and technical expertise in the area of Missile Fuzing Systems and Range Safety Operations at White Sands Missile Range in support of the LASM Program Scott Such (540) 653-4363

(3.21) GS35F-0778J-N00178-02-F1019 - BecTech provided personnel and facilities to accomplish specialized information technology support to the STANDARD Missile Lethality Engineer at the STANDARD Missile Program Office (PMS422), and the Lethality Program Manager at the Lethality and Weapons Effectiveness Branch (G24), Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division. Carol Knott (540) 653-1171

(3.2) N63394-03-D-1153 - BecTech creates and/or updates technical documentation for new missile programs and associated Test and Evaluation (T&E) activities and also provides support to in-service fleet missile firing investigations. BecTech provides engineering and technical support for missile facility planning, design, and engineering support. Mr. Steve Fisher (805) 228-7566

(3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.6, 3.12, 3.14, 3.18) NNG04EF68C - For the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC), Goldbelt Orca is designing and implementing the Command and Control Center and providing spacecraft mission operations support for the Gamma-ray Large Area Space Telescope (GLAST) mission. The Command and Control Center will be developed in a series of software builds to incrementally test the functionality of the software and hardware system. Ken Lehtonen(301) 614-5279

(3.2, 3.21) 03E0063/N00173-98-D-2007 - Goldbelt Orca has provided a range of services for the U.S. Navy including support for the Naval Satellite Operations Center (NAVSOC) based in Pt. Mugu, CA and as a small business member of the EDS Naval Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI) contract. Work for NAVSOC has included network administration for a variety of systems operating on two LANs as well as system administration on numerous stand-alone systems, both classified and unclassified. Support has included installation, maintenance and upgrades to both the LAN and Wide Area Network (WAN) communication system devices connected to the networks. Richard J. Mendez, Jr. (805) 989-4273

(3.4, 3.5, 3.11, 3.14, 3.18) FDA-F63345-00-02-BS - CTS provides onsite web development services for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and for the National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS) division of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). At NESDIS, CTS staff work with the internal IT staff to design, develop and implement the division’s Intranet and Internet site. Teaming with internal agency staff, CTS provides guidelines, standards and different protocols required for the Intranet. The team also designs, implements, and manages the content of the website. Barbara Kennedy (301) 436-2393

(3.5, 3.21) FDA-F63377-00JP-00 - CTS assisted in the development of online user documentation for new electronic systems (FURLS Account Management, Food Facility Registration Module, and Prior Notice System Interface), and helped verify that the documentation corresponded to the published regulations for the Bioterrorism Act of 2002. CTS aided in beta testing the new electronic systems, gave seminars to users (domestically and in Asia) on how to use the new systems. CTS is actively involved in producing updates to documentation and tutorials as the application undergoes change. Larry Dusold (301) 436-1481

(3.2, 3.4, 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.10, 3.11, 3.12, 3.18, 3.20) N00024-00-D-6000 - As a subcontractor to EDS on the Navy Marine Corps Intranet (NMCI) Program, CTS support EDS in several key areas: (1) NMCI Enterprise Help Desk/NOC Support by providing NCMI Help Desk Agents, NMCI Network Operations Center (NOC) System Administrators, and Engineers and Customer Service Personnel for Base Operations support (2) NCMI Training and Training Development, and (3) NMCI Network Testing, Test Plan Development and Test Scripting where CTS provide Internet protocol (IP) network and systems performance testing to the NMCI Program Bette Harpe (703) 733-3516

HI-TEC (3.1, 3.3, 3.5, 3.9, 3.18)DTFA03-98-C-00005 -Hi-Tec provides engineering research, software development, prototyping, analysis, testing, and program management support to the FAA’s Aviation Safety R&D Program (AAR-424) and the Flight Standards Service and Aircraft Certification Service (AAR-1). Hi-Tec established a statistical threshold system and developed algorithms for effectively tracking school performances by applying modern statistical quality control techniques. John LaPointe (609) 485-8173

(3.2) N68335-98-G-0043 - Hi-Tec provided engineering services, manufacturing, testing, logistics, training, and installation services for prototypes and limited productions runs for NAWC customer requirements, Foreign Military Sales and other Department of Defense and Federal activities. Kurt Hartig (732) 323-1696

(3.4) DTFA01-02-D-03006 (FAA) (Sub) -Hi-Tec developed major phases to develop and/or review Service Verification CDRLs, support to the Service Verification Working Group (SVWG), support Technical Interchange Meeting (TIMS), and support Installation, Maintenance and Operation of the FTI WJHTC FTI Test Bed. John LaPointe (609) 485-8173

(3.6, 3.7, 3.10, 3.11, 3.12, 3.14, 3.15, 3.16, 3.19) DTFA03-00-D-00021 (FAA) (Prime) - Hi-Tec provides Test and Evaluation and Engineering Support for technical activities necessary to design, develop, investigate, test, evaluate and document modifications and enhancements for airport safety system areas in support of the FAA’s Airport Technology R&D Branch (AAR-410). Hi-Tec provides software and hardware CM for the ACT-200 product lines and performs functional configuration audits and physical configuration audits for ACT-200 product lines. They define quality the audit process, develops QA documents, perform QA functions in support of process improvement efforts, and provide support in QA activities. Hi-Tec provides program and management analysis support. Dyana Kelley (609) 485-5906

(3.8) DTFA03-02-D-00022 (FAA) (Prime) - Hi-Tec provided support to the Human Factors Program required to operate the SOHFIE laboratory to support aviation security human factors research and development at the William J. Hughes Technical Center in Atlantic City, NJ. Michael D. Snyder (609) 813-2764

(3.20) DTAF01-00-F-69013 (FAA) (Sub) - Hi-Tec provides support to ACB-510 in the area of System Management and assists the FAA in the upgrade of the National Airspace System using state of the art technologies and industry accepted business practices. Anthony Stevens (609) 485-6527

(3.21, 3.22) DTFAWA-03-D-03031 (FAA) (Prime) - Hi-Tec supported the FMCSA Research and Technology Organization in all elements of internal and external communications to achieve program mission and objectives, including congressional and industry inquiries/relations, Freedom if Information Act requests, corporate communication reviews, management interactive communication systems, and forums such as conferences and symposiums. Mary Powers King (202) 366-2952

(3.6) SERDP003– MicroPact developed a comprehensive system capable of enabling, tracking and reporting on grant applications for the Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) and Environmental Security Technology Certification Program (ESTCP). In addition, the SERDP/ESTCP system allowed for real-time post award management of over $58M in research funding. The SERDP/ESTCP system includes a portal for users to access granted information. SERDP is a tri-agency program (DOD, DOE, and EPA). John Rupnik (703) 478-5186

(3.6) TIRNO-02-D-00010– For the IRS Case Management System, MicroPact replaced the legacy case management system, which consisted of four (4) disparate databases, with a comprehensive, web-based case management and reporting system capable of managing, tracking, and reporting. Over 1 million records and 60 separate fields were migrated from the four disparate databases into the new system. MicroPact’s system features include query and reporting capabilities, enhanced and remote system access capabilities, and interface capabilities. Dan Daughtridgson (202) 283-9276

(3.6) HSTS04-04-P-AOP147– MicroPact provided Transportation Security Administration (TSA) with a web-based COTS system capable of managing, sorting, tracking, adjudicating and reporting on all airport passenger claims received by the Administration. MicroPact migrated over 15,000 records and 177 fields into the new system. Nick Panuzio (202) 307-1940

(3.6) GS35F0240P– MicroPact designed, developed, and deployed iComplaints© as a Civil Rights Enterprise System (CRES) for USDA and every agency within USDA. The web-based COTS system currently supports over 150 users through case processing and diversity management. Over 1,400 records were migrated into the new CRES system, and more than 200 hours of training was provided to USDA by MicroPact. iComplaints© generates Form 462 and NO FEAR reports, while eVersity© generates MD 715 reporting. Dawn Tucker (202) 720-7265

(3.5) GS06F0297Z– For the Military Personnel Data System (MilPDS) at Randolph AFB, MicroPact provided a strategy and proposal for Randolph’s Human Resource system. They implemented a multi-phased approach to the project, which included a high-level analysis of the system, as well as a low-level physical documentation generation. MicroPact provided a gap matrix of documents, determined the overall Department deficiencies and developed the means to address those deficiencies. Capt Liane Murphy (210) 565-4232

(3.1, 3.2) GS-06F-0419Z; Order NBCHF050038– NAID was engaged to train U.S. Navy personnel on the use of MARIA; a high-speed, interactive, and web-based automated reporting system which will standardize the quality of the data submitted, and provide raw data for use in other reports and systems. As the training facilitator, NAID installed MARIA in a prototype lab environment and subsequently provided technical support, and programming necessary to integrate MARIA, life cycle maintenance, and overall program management support. Ms. Ann Van Haaren (858) 537-0341

(3.5, 3.11, 3.12, 3.20, 3.21) CBK00010005– For the BIA Office of the Special Trustee (OST), NAID supported the Trust Asset and Accounting Management System (TAAMS) by developing and integrating plans, strategies and project schedules; facilitating communications, preparing guidance and documentation, developing and tracking the overall budget; and defining, tracking, and mitigating risks associated with TAAMS. John Marshall (703) 735-4000

(3.18) SBK00030018 – For the Bureau of Indian Affairs, NAID established the processes, procedures, tools, and organizations necessary to implement best practices in IT management, and IT infrastructure support. Tracy Downing (703) 390-6476

(3.22) DASW01-03-P-0465 – As a subcontractor to S&K Technologies, Inc., NAID provided a Senior Protocol Officer to Mr. Bremer and, as a prime, continues staff augmentation support for the CPA. Kathy J. Dobeck (703) 695-2562

(3.21) HQ 0006-99-C-0001 -NAID provided customer assistance and specialized administration in information assurance, international security, organizational security and special programs, program protection, and counter-intelligence. NAID supported threat assessments and vulnerability analysis within the BMD community to map and protect electronic borders, and established written standards for consistent application of safeguards. Fred McDougalle (301) 599-1570

(3.2, 3.5, 3.7, 3.10, 3.11, 3.12, 3.14, 3.17, 3.18,3.21) GS-35-F-5323 H - L3 introduced several innovative approaches to shipbuilding, including the design, development, and deployment of Palm operating system-based applications. L3 provided technical and engineering management support services integral to the program management and ship production analysis of the DDG 51 Class Shipbuilding Program. They provide technical support to determine Coordinated Shipboard Allowance List (COSAL) impact. L3 provides reliability engineering services to PMS 400D. They develop top-level metrics to report DDG 51 Class performance in the areas of mission readiness, equipment failures, CASREPs, repair parts cost, and mean-time-between-failures (MTBF) for mission-essential equipment. They also provide configuration management support to the DDG 51 Class Shipbuilding Program. L3 provides quality engineering services to the AEGIS Shipbuilding Production Manager, PMS 400D3, in the areas of quality program planning, implementation, and assessment. CDR Mike Good (202) 781-2303

(3.2, 3.5, 3.11) N00024-99-C-2201 - L3 prepares analyses of shipboard quality assurance for manufacturing processes and standards, for conformance with contractual requirements. They support the LPD 17 Systems Integration Team in New Orleans, developing and reviewing drawings, specifications, technical manuals, electronic field changes, and ordnance. L3 supports the research and preparation of test documentation, including TEMP, LFT&E Plan, and Ship Test Management Plan, as well as the execution of Developmental Test and Evaluation (DT&E) for the LPD-17 Ship Program. They provide full range logistics support documentation required for LPD-17 Ship Program, supporting PMS 317L1 development, review, and approval of all Acquisition Category I ILS requirements. Tracy Bagley (202) 781-0425

(3.8) N00024-01-D-7028 - L3 supports development and integration of new warfighting capabilities, missiles, and baselines into the MK 41 VLS, were including development of significant alterations to existing systems. L3 provides detailed MK 41 VLS technical data documentation in coordination with NSWC PHD. They also perform technical analysis of selection of hardware and computer software, and OEM proposed modification to existing hardware and software for MK 41 VLS and its associated test and training facilities. L3 ensures that MK 41 VLS and ship RM&A requirements are integrated with the system design and development, and applies engineering and analytical disciplines to ensure that safety is considered in all aspects of MK 41 VLS design, development, operation, maintenance, and modifications. Toan Nguyen (703) 872-3749

(3.7, 3.13, 3.17) N00024-01-D-7026 - L3 prepares program management documentation considering all appropriate DoD, NAVSEA, and PEO reference documents (drawings, performance standards, weapon specifications, military standards and handbook references, engineering change documents, and other descriptive supporting documents). They ensure MK41 VLS and ship RM&A requirements are integrated with the system design and development. L3 supports shipboard VLS inactivation and disposal, conducting liaison with the Shipyard and the Navy program office to prevent inadvertent critical technology transfer to foreign governments, and develops and reviews MK41 VLS training courses, IETM, and other training materials. Network) and ICAN (Interior Communications Advanced Network) installations. Larry McMurry (703) 872-3781

(3.17) N00024-96-C-6418 - L3 provides CM for the T-AKR Class, supporting change review, configuration status accounting, and Technical Scoping Review and Configuration Control Board support, and support for T-AKR test and evaluation and ship trials. They develop, maintain, and update the logistics support plans and other planning documentation such as the Integrated Logistics Support Plan (ILSP) and the Product Support Management Plan (PSMP); maintains and updates the Supply Support Plan (SSP), the COTS Management Plan, the Technology Insertion Plan. Larry McMurry (703) 872-3781

(3.4, 3.7, 3.9) N61331-00-0042 - L3 supports R&D on the MK8 SEAL Delivery Vehicle (SDV) and Advanced SEAL Delivery System programs with Coastal Systems Station (CSS). They provide RM&A for SDV MK-8 MOD-1 program as well as the Semi-Autonomous Hydrographic Reconnaissance Vehicle, and Hydrographic Reconnaissance Littoral Mapping Device, and support CSS in Test and Evaluation for the SDV MK-8 MOD-1 Program. Nancy Chamberlain (850) 234-4144

(3.18, 3.20, 3.21) N63394-02-C-0044 - L-3 conceptualized, designed, developed, and implemented the National Surface Treatment Center (NSTC) Web site. They conducted user training, developed user and system documentation, and advised the client on IT infrastructure needs to support the hosting and maintenance of the Web portal, including staffing, hardware, software, security, and support services (Internet connection/facilities). Julius Berthold (502) 452-1131

(3.17) N68936-00-D-0022 - L-3 collected, collated, and organized the information necessary to develop SCSs and an SOF. L-3 develops, maintains, updates, modifies, tracks, and evaluates IT hardware, software, and systems documentation for the F/A-18 IT/IS team designs. They performed F/A-18 real-time flight simulation and supporting software design, coding, integration, and test including aircraft, environment, and avionics modeling. They also performed upgrades and maintenance support for the MNS-1 real-time network system software located in the F/A-18 WSSF laboratories. Robyn Anders (760) 375-2410

(3.2, 3.7, 3.16, 3.20, 3.21) N00039-99-C-3226 - Sponsored by the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR), this Systems Engineering contract was known as Program Management Team Omnibus (PMTO). This contract vehicle provided for a wide range of Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) services focused on prime mission, software, hardware, and system engineering and integration. MAXIM managed a team of 19 subcontractors on the program. Janine La Bastille, 619-524-7628

(3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5, 3.6, 3.10, 3.11, 3.12, 3.14, 3.16, 3.18, 3.19, 3.20, 3.21) XXXXXX-99-D-6355 - MAXIM primes the Joint Cross Domain eXchange (JCDX) program, which provides extensive engineering support for the Navy’s Global Command and Control System-Maritime (GCCS-M) compliant intelligence and tracking system of ashore and afloat, fixed and mobile targets. The company supplies complete software life-cycle management including design, development, testing, installation, analysis and deployment of systems. MAXIM also performs all training on the system using Mobile Training Teams. Contract is sponsored by the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center, San Diego (SSC-SD) Nancy Meyette, 619-553-4053

(3.12) GS-35F-0499J - This contract is MAXIM’s IT 70 GSA Schedule, which has been used extensively for Certification and Accreditation (C&A) services at both the Navy Satellite Operations Center (NAVSOC) Pt. Mugu, CA, and the NAVSOC Alpha Site Survey, Maine as part of NAVSUP-sponsored funding. As part of the DoD Information Technology Security Certification and Accreditation Process (DITSCAP), MAXIM personnel provided documentation on a number of General Service (GENSER) and classified satellite communications systems allowing them to be granted an Interim Authority To Operate (IATO). LCDR Mark Elliot, 757-492-0139

(3.1, 3.5, 3.12, 3.14, 3.18, 3.20, 3.21) XXXXXX-97-D-1906 - This task order-based classified contract is sponsored by SSC-SD and is used for a number of software and database projects, training, and an enterprise-level test and evaluation/independent verification and validation program. Each of the tasks is specific to the ISR functions of SSC-SD and many tasks have numerous subcontractors. Work is continuing under a new classified contract vehicle to support these programs. Cindy Frison, 619-553-5184

Tybrin(3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.4, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8, 3.9, 3.10, 3.11, 3.12, 3.14, 3.16, 3.17, 3.18, 3.19, 3.20, 3.22) F08635-02-C-0034 - TYBRIN provides test, evaluation, range operations, and mission planning products in support of range operations, conventional weapons development, and testing programs. Support includes mission planning, system development and test, IV&V, C4I systems testing, modeling, and distributed interactive simulation. TYBRIN also provides real-time software engineering support for all Eglin AFB Central Control Facility (CCF) real-time missions and hardware and software upgrade programs. Additional support includes providing extensive mission planning expertise and experience under the SES collective mission planning tasks. Brek Mixon (850) 882-2180

(3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.4, 3.6, 3.7, 3.8, 3.9, 3.10, 3.14, 3.15, 3.18, 3.19, 3.20) N68936-99-D-0029 - CES is a multiple award, task order contract. Support requirements include design, development, fabrication, installation, integration, and test of electronic equipment or systems designed to provide a dense, realistic, electromagnetic (encompassing radio frequency, infrared, electro-optic, and laser energy) environment. Efforts include design, development, fabrication, installation, integration, and test of modifications or block upgrades to existing range or range-related systems and range-related software products that are required to support test and evaluation or training ranges. Requirements also include software development, modification, or maintenance of real-time applications Mr. Jay W. Chun (760) 939-0293

(3.12, 3.17, 3.21, 3.22) F04611-00-C-0001 - This contract provides advanced planning, systems engineering, and acquisition engineering for the development of aircraft, weapon systems, and range systems. Services include requirements analysis; program planning; preparation of SOWs and technical specifications; cost modeling; proposal evaluation; system design, study, and review; system verification and validation; and documentation verification. Tasks also include support to the Electronic Combat Integration Test Program Office; electronic warfare simulations; flight test simulations; range support programs; and data collection. Disciplines include systems engineering; electrical engineering; software engineering; radio frequency (RF) engineering; and advanced network analysis. Ms. Tracy Harris (661) 275-9461

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