RGII wins helicopter support contracts

RGII Technologies Inc. of Annapolis, Md., has been selected as part of a team to provide program support to the H-60 Helicopters Program office, PMA-299, said company officials.

RGII, a subsidiary of Computer Horizons Corp., provides program management, technical, engineering, financial and IT solutions in the federal government market.

The PMA-299 contract is worth $3.1 million over five years, RGII officials said.

RGII also has been selected as part of a team to provide program and financial support to the Office of Naval Research. The company did not have an estimate on the value of the contract.

For the five-year PMA-299 contract, RGII is on a team led by D.P. Associates Inc, a subsidiary of L3 Communications Holdings Inc. of New York. The team will provide business and financial management support services for PMA-299.

RGII will perform financial analyses on engineering and logistics requirements to support production integration efforts, officials said. The company will provide financial analyses of projected and actual MH-60S production aircraft costs and perform affordability analyses for acquisition strategies.

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Doug Beizer is a staff writer for Washington Technology.

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