SUBSYSTEMs Wins FAA Contract

Written by on June 23, 2014 in Information Tech, News - 1 Comment
Richard Bodson, Subsystem Technologies, Inc.

Richard Bodson, Subsystem Technologies, Inc.

Subsystem Technologies, Inc. (SUBSYSTEMs) together with its strategic partner, LS Technologies, LLC (LST), announced Monday that it has been awarded the Acquisition Support Services Contract (ASSC) for Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Field Operations, through the Electronic FAA Accelerated and Simplified Task (eFAST) contract vehicle.

“The ASSC contract is a very important component of the FAA organization supporting the ultimate mission of National Airspace System safety,” said SUBSYSTEMs President, Richard Bodson. “The SUBSYSTEMs Team is proud to be the support contractor and this significant win strengthens our long 20-year partnership with the FAA. Our team leadership, including civilian operations leader Tom Kraft, and senior executive, MaryAnn Hoadley, has extensive experience in exactly these services for the FAA as well as the DoD and federal civilian agencies.”

ASSC provides acquisition support services to the FAA’s Acquisition Organization (AAQ) Field Operations. This nationwide contract is composed of almost 40 full-time employees at FAA locations in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Fort Worth, Los Angeles, Seattle, Oklahoma City, and Atlantic City. The type of services include: requirements documentation support, acquisition strategy and pre-award support, pre-award and source selection documentation, development of solicitations and post-award administration support.

Subsystem Technologies is headquartered in Arlington, Va., and supports the Department of Defense and civilian communities through advanced engineering, advanced analytics, management consulting and a range of IT services including cyber security.

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