Trio wins FAA contracts topping nearly $400M
- By Alysha Sideman
- Jan 24, 2012
Human Solutions, Inc., SRA International Inc. and TASC Inc. have won contracts from the Federal Aviation Administration to support the systems that share information between air traffic controllers while planes are in flight.
The EnRoute Technical Support Services contracts have ceilings that range from $360 million to almost $400 million, according to FAA’s Jan. 24 announcement. The 7-year contract contains a 3-year base period with two 2-year options.
EnRoute support is managed under the FAA’s new Program Management Office. Formed under the agency’s new organizational structure approved by Congress in October 2011, PMO manages major acquisition programs.
The awardees will now compete for task orders to support software, hardware and systems engineering, information systems security, safety management, strategic planning, program management, configuration management, and business and financial management.
Human Solutions' contract has a ceiling of $360.2 million; SRA's is worth is $387.9 million and TASC's is worth $381.5 million.
The winners will also provide administrative management, training assistance, testing and logistics support, performance data management and analysis and more.
SRA is already is recruiting candidates for the contract through its website.
Other bidders in the competition included A3 Technology, Apptis Inc., Continuun Crown Consulting, eScience & Technology Solutions, QinetiQ North America, and SAIC.
Alysha Sideman is the online content producer for Washington Technology.