A-T Solutions assists DOD counter WMD threats

A-T Solutions Inc. has won a $90 million contract from the Defense Department Threat Reduction Agency’s Operations and Nuclear Support Assessments Division to support its “Red Team” program that seeks to counter nuclear and other threats.

Under this single-award, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract, the company is responsible for providing assistance, guidance and operational support to enable U.S. forces and agencies to prepare for, respond to and prevent threats from weapons of mass destruction, particularly in the area of radiological and nuclear threats, according to the May 30 announcement.

A-T Solutions will conduct assessments from an adversarial perspective, using the full spectrum of identified adversarial capabilities that provide a true “outside looking in” viewpoint.

A-T Solutions’ Red Team services are in direct support of Defense Threat Reduction Agency’s Balanced Survivability Assessments and analysis of both DOD and non-DOD assets, operations, facilities and personnel.

A-T Solutions, of Vienna, Va., has more than 800 employees and an operations and training center in Fredericksburg, Va.

About the Author

David Hubler is the former print managing editor for GCN and senior editor for Washington Technology. He is freelance writer living in Annandale, Va.

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