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May 19, 2016
Omitron awarded subcontract to support Lockheed Martin on C2BMC
Omitron was awarded a subcontract to support Lockheed Martin's Command and Control, Battle Management and Communications (C2BMC) contract supporting the Missile Defense Agency (MDA). The initial effort is in support of restructuring the supporting IT infrastructure, however, with the subcontract vehicle in place opportunities for supporting more of the scientific and engineering activities are on the horizon.

May 17, 2016
Omitron delivers new release of TMT software to JPSS
Omitron delivered a new release of the JPSS Integrated Mission Timeline (IMT) software for integration as part of the JPSS ground system, in preparation for the JPSS-1 mission scheduled for launch in 2017. The JPSS IMT is based on Omitron's TMT (Timeline Management Tool) software product, an innovative web-based tool for the management and planning of ground commanded spacecraft activities during real-time mission operations. In addition to JPSS, TMT is currently in use on the Fermi, DSCOVR, ICESat-2, and Raven missions.

April 24, 2016
Omitron awarded subcontract task order to provide JPSS Ground System Engineering Support
Omitron was awarded a task order to provide Ground System Engineering support to the JPSS program. Under the task order, Omitron will provide requirements management and verification and participate in mission readiness testing and evaluation. Omitron also provides systems engineering support to the JPSS Program Office as well as test engineering support to the JPSS Ground Project.

March 7, 2016
Omitron awarded subcontract to provide IT Security and IT Support for NASA SCNS
Omitron was awarded a subcontract under the NASA SCNS contract to provide IT Security and IT Support at WSC, GSFC, and Wallops facilities. An initial task order was awarded to provide IT Security engineering support at WSC in Las Cruces, NM.

February 29, 2016
Omitron completes Fermi MOC tech refresh, transitions operations to new VM system
Omitron completed testing and transition to operations of the newly upgraded Mission Operations Center (MOC) for the Fermi mission, launched in June 2008. The Fermi MOC has been upgraded to a virtual machine environment, providing faster throughput, reduced hardware maintenance, and added flexibility to address changing needs in the future. The Omitron team performed the upgrade and tested the new system in parallel with the legacy operational system, and then transitioned operations to the new system following approval from NASA. The new system provides efficiencies in operations and maintenance that will help NASA continue meeting the mission objectives of this important high-energy astrophysics mission.

February 8, 2016
Omitron awarded task order to provide Astrodynamics and Space Situational Awareness (SSA) support to DARPA
Omitron is a subcontractor to Pacifica Defense Solutions for the OrbitOutlook (O2) DARPA program that aims to improve the SSN by adding more data more often from more diverse sources to increase space situational awareness to determine when satellites are at risk. O2 comprises three elements: the inclusion of new telescopes and radar from diverse locations providing diverse data types; a central database for this newly extended network of telescopes and radar; and a validation process to ensure the data is accurate. O2 also seeks to demonstrate the ability to rapidly include new instruments to alert for indications and warnings of space events.


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November 30, 2015
Omitron awarded subcontract on NASA ESES-II, initial task order for DSCOVR sustaining engineering
Omitron was awarded a subcontract under the NASA ESES-II contract, with an initial task order to provide sustaining engineering and operations support for the joint NASA/NOAA DSCOVR mission. Omitron developed the DSCOVR Mission Operations Center (MOC) at the NOAA Satellite Operations Facility in Suitland, MD, and performed launch and commissioning operations and training of the NOAA operations staff. Following the transition of the DSCOVR mission operations from NASA to NOAA, Omitron continues to provide MOC sustaining engineering and operations support to the NOAA team.

November 1, 2015
Omitron awarded task order for instrument systems engineering support for the TESS mission
TESS is an explorer-class planet finder mission scheduled to be launched on a Falcon-9 in 2017 that will perform an all-sky transit survey identifying planets ranging from Earth-sized to gas giants. Under the task order, Omitron supports integration and test of the science instrument through development and implementation of instrument verification and validation tests, with focus on electrical and data interfaces between the spacecraft and instrument. Another key function of this task is defining the instrument's fault detection and correction plan, and verifying implementation of this plan through scenario and requirement based testing.

During its two-year mission, TESS will perform an all-sky transit survey to monitor the brightness of more than 200,000 stars and search for temporary drops in brightness caused by planetary transits, with the goal of identifying small planets with bright host stars that provide the best targets for follow up planetary and atmospheric characterization.

October 27, 2015
DSCOVR mission operations successfully transitioned from NASA to NOAA
The Omitron DSCOVR team completed commissioning operations and training of the NOAA operations staff in preparation for the handover of operations from NASA to NOAA. The Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) was successfully launched on February 11, 2015 onboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, and reached its target Lissajous orbit at L1 on June 7, 2015. DSCOVR is a joint NASA/NOAA mission, where NASA held the responsibility for development, integration, launch and initial operations and transitioning responsibility for operations to NOAA after commissioning.

In support of the NASA Project, the Omitron team performed the pre-launch development and operations preparations, including ground segment systems engineering, Mission Operations Center (MOC) development, I&T support, flight operations products development and validation, and testing of the ground system, spacecraft and the end-to-end mission system. Following launch, the Omitron Flight Operations Team (FOT) members performed 24x7 operations to conduct the spacecraft commissioning activities and transition to normal operations. During this time, the FOT trained the NOAA operations controllers and engineers in operation of the ground system and the spacecraft and instruments. Omitron continues to provide sustaining engineering for the DSCOVR MOC and operations support to NOAA.

September 30, 2015
Omitron awarded task order to provide orbital analysis support to the Air Force 50th Space Wing
Omitron was awarded a subcontract under an OASIS contract in support of the 50th Space Wing. The initial task order is to provide orbital analysis support to multiple satellites at Schriever AFB in Colorado Springs, CO.

July 9, 2015
NASA Flight Dynamics team receives AETD Excellence in Safety & Quality Assurance Award
On July 9th, the NASA Flight Dynamics team (made up of employees of Omitron, a.i. Solutions, and Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)) received the Applied Engineering and Technology Directorate (AETD) Excellence in Safety & Quality Assurance Award. This award was presented to the team for their dedication, diligence, and professionalism in tackling the numerous challenges of establishing the Flight Dynamics Facility Disaster Recovery capability.

The award commended the FDF team "for exemplary performance in the establishment of this system which represents a unique capability for Goddard Space Flight Center and the Agency and greatly improves the quality and availability of services that FDF provides its numerous customers."

Between October 1st, 2013 and February 24th, 2015, the NASA Flight Dynamics team worked countless hours to perform a variety of tasks as they planned, developed, tested, and implemented the Flight Dynamics Facility (FDF) Disaster Recovery (DR) capability. By their efforts, the FDF's availability to its customers increased dramatically. This includes the support of expendable launch vehicles, human spaceflight, the integrated networks, and Earth and space science flight projects. In addition to providing daily operations support (using the DR Facility), FDF supported:

  • The Soyuz-41S launch through ISS docking on November 23, 2014
  • Delta IV Heavy/Orion Exploration Flight Test (EFT-1) mission on December 5, 2014
  • Atlas V/National Reconnaissance Office Launch (NROL)-35 launch on December 11, 2014
  • SpaceX Commercial Resupply Services (CRS)-5 launch through ISS docking on January 10-12, 2015
  • Magentospheric MultiScale (MMS), Soil Mosture Active/Passive (SMAP), and Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) pre-mission testing
  • 19 spacecraft maneuvers


April 16, 2015
Omitron Civil Space Programs rated at CMMI Maturity Level 2
Omitron, Inc. today announced that its Civil Space Programs Division in Beltsville, MD has been appraised at Maturity Level 2 of the CMMI Institute's Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI)® for Development. The appraisal was performed by Advanced Process Consulting of Clifton, VA. CMMI® is a capability improvement approach that provides organizations with the essential elements of effective processes that ultimately improve their performance.

An appraisal at maturity level 2 indicates the organization is performing at a "managed" level. At this level, projects have ensured that processes are planned and executed in accordance with policy and CMMI-Dev best practices; the projects employ skilled people who have adequate resources to produce controlled outputs; involve relevant stakeholders; are monitored, controlled, and reviewed; and are evaluated for adherence to their process descriptions.




August 1, 2014
Omitron Wins NASA Flight Dynamics Support Services II Contract
NASA has awarded Omitron, Inc. the Flight Dynamics Support Services (FDSS) II contract to support the Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) in Greenbelt, MD. The five-year FDSS II indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract has a maximum ordering value of $180 million. The FDSS II contract consists of Flight Dynamics Facility and Earth Observing System operations support, flight project support, analysis and technology development, and flight dynamics systems engineering and conjunction assessment risk analysis for NASA missions. The Omitron team will provide for the planning, designing, implementation, enhancement, evaluation, integration, testing and conducting of the flight dynamics services and systems at the GSFC for the Navigation and Mission Design Branch and the Attitude Control Systems Engineering Branch within the Mission Engineering and Systems Analysis Division.

"This is a significant win for our company, and we are honored to have the opportunity to support Goddard Space Flight Center and help NASA achieve its mission objectives," said Bruce Larsen, Omitron President. Work performed under this contract spans the entire mission lifecycle, from concept studies and requirements analysis through routine operations and end-of-life disposal operations.

The 45-day phase-in begins September 15th with contract performance commencing November 1st. The work will be performed at GSFC and company facilities in Beltsville, MD and Colorado Springs, CO. Subcontractors to Omitron are a.i.solutions, SpaceNav, Astrorum Consulting and Thinking Systems. For more information on employment opportunities, visit our FDSS II page.

January 6, 2014
Tim Lewis joins Omitron as Director of Business Development
Omitron, Inc is pleased to announce that Tim Lewis has recently joined the company as Director of Business Development and will have principal responsibility for business development and FDSS II transition and program management.

Tim is a seasoned executive with a proven track record of delivering organizational success. He spent the last 14 years in senior leadership positions at ASRC Federal Holding Company where he most recently served as a Group President.

Mr. Lewis has over 35 years' experience in business and program management and has a proven ability to build partnerships and deliver customer-focused services. Prior to his role at ASRC Federal, Tim was President of ASRC Management Services with revenues exceeding $160M. Notable contracts captured under his leadership include the NASA METS II, NASA ESES II, NASA Spectrum Management and Engineering Services, EPA Information Management Center Services, IRS Asset Forfeiture Program, DEA El Paso Intelligence Center, USGS Fort Collins Science Center and PTO Information Research Instructional Services.

Under Mr. Lewis' leadership, his organizations received multiple awards and recognition including Washington Technology Fast Fifty, SBA Small Business Regional Finalist, NSSC Small Business contractor of the Year and CMMI L3 appraisal. Tim is a native of Maryland and resides with his wife and daughters in Clarksville, Maryland.

January 6, 2014
Omitron awarded subcontract to provide Integrated Mission Timeline (IMT) software for JPSS
Omitron was awarded a subcontract by Raytheon Intelligence and Information Systems to develop and deliver the Integrated Mission Timeline (IMT) software for integration into the JPSS ground system. The JPSS IMT is based on Omitron's Timeline Management Tool (TMT) , an innovative web-based system for management and planning of ground commanded spacecraft activities during spacecraft mission operations.


June 4, 2013
Omitron awarded new task order by NOAA to provide project scheduling and support for the NPP Data Exploitation (NDE) system under Omitron's NESDIS BPA Contract
Omitron was awarded a task order under the NOAA NESDIS BPA Contract to provide project scheduling and program support for the National Polar-orbiting Partnership (NPP) Data Exploitation (NDE) project. The new task expands Omitron's professional engineering and technical services for NOAA's National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS), covering support for NESDIS headquarters, the JPSS project, and the GOES-R project.

May 22, 2013
Omitron awarded GSMO Subcontract, initial task order for Fermi mission operations
Omitron was awarded a subcontract by Honeywell Technology Solutions to provide ground systems and flight operations services under the GSFC GSMO contract. Omitron was awarded a task order to perform Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope mission operations and sustaining engineering, which transitioned to GSMO on August 1, 2013. Under the previous Fermi mission contract, Omitron developed the Fermi Mission Operations Center and performed launch, commissioning, and science operations for the past 5 years.


December 28, 2012
Omitron awarded OMES subcontract to provide Ground Systems Engineering support to JPSS and satellite robotic servicing project
Omitron was awarded a subcontract by SGT, Inc to provide ground systems engineering, software development, testing, and flight operations support under the OMES contract. Omitron provides ground system engineering support to the JPSS Program Office as part of the Program Systems Engineering Team. Omitron also provides systems engineering, development and operations support to Goddard's Satellite Servicing Capabilities Office (SSCO) for robotics servicing missions. Omitron developed the Goddard Space Servicing Control Center (GSSCC) used to control RRM operations, and is being outfitted to control Raven mission operations. Omitron is also providing ground systems engineering support for development of the RESTORE mission.

December 18, 2012
Omitron expands role on DSCOVR mission to include Ground Systems Engineering, MOC Development, and Flight Operations
Omitron's task order to provide mission engineering support to the DSCOVR project was expanded to include systems engineering for the DSCOVR ground segment; development, integration, and deployment of the DSCOVR Mission Operations Center (MOC) to NOAA facilities; and to provide the Flight Operations Team (FOT) to perform mission operations for DSCOVR pre-launch testing, launch and early orbit operations, and transition to normal science operations.

August 13, 2012
Omitron awarded 5-year contract to provide ground systems engineering support to NOAA.
NOAA awarded a 5-year contract to Omitron to provide ground systems diagrams and technical support to NESDIS. This contract enables Omitron to continue to develop and maintain ground system architecture schematic diagrams for the NESDIS satellite programs and to enhance the web-based tool it developed to manage and view the multi-layer diagrams.

March 19, 2012
Omitron selected to provide flight operations engineering support to the DSCOVR mission.
Omitron is providing flight operations engineering support to the DSCOVR Project at Goddard Space Flight Center. This support includes integration and testing (I&T), operations plans development, operations product development and validation, ground system and mission readiness testing, and simulations. Omitron will provide launch and early orbit operations and will provide training and support for the transition of operations to NOAA following the on-orbit commissioning and checkout. The Deep Space Climate Observatory will perform solar wind measurements in support of space weather forecasting from the Earth-Sun L1 point. Launch is planned for 2014.


December 1, 2011
Omitron teams with Orbital Sciences to develop the ICESat-2 MOC
Omitron will develop, under a subcontract to Orbital Sciences, the Mission Operations Center for the ICESat-2 mission scheduled to launch in 2016. ICESat-2 will monitor Earth's polar ice-sheet, sea-ice thickness, and vegetation canopy height. Orbital is developing the spacecraft and will perform mission operations. Omitron will design and develop the MOC architecture, hardware, and software needed to operate the spacecraft, and will perform sustaining engrineering of the MOC throughout the observatory's three-year mission.

July 8, 2011
Robotic Refueling Mission launched on the final Space Shuttle mission
For two years, Omitron has supported NASA's Space Servicing Capabilities Office (SSCO) with its Robotic Refueling Mission (RRM). The RRM payload was delivered to the International Space Station (ISS) by STS-135, the final flight for Atlantis. The goal of RRM is to demonstrate technologies needed for the on-orbit refueling and servicing of satellites. As a payload on the exterior of ISS, it accomplishes this by providing tools, flight-like satellite interfaces, and a simulated fuel system for manipulation by ISS's Special Purpose Dexterous Manipulator (SPDM) robot arm.

For the RRM project, Omitron performed payload ground testing, developed T&C interfaces and an RRM software simulator, outfitted the Goddard Satellite Servicing Control Center (GSSCC), collaborated on the writing of operations procedures, helped train the RRM Operations Team, participated in joint simulations with multiple NASA centers, and provided real-time support during ISS delivery and payload activation. Omitron's ground system and operations support will continue in the future, with the first round of demonstration operations beginning in March 2012.

June 1, 2011
Omitron begins user readiness support for the GOES-R Program Office
Omitron and ASRC Aerospace began providing technical support to the GOES-R Program Office. The Omitron team will arrange technical meetings, develop plans, and report on progress and issues as the GOES-R Series ground system prepares to provide enhanced data products to new and existing users.

May 20, 2011
Omitron awarded 5-year BPA contract by NOAA/NESDIS for technical and engineering support services
NOAA awarded Omitron a 5-year Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) GSA contract to provide technical and engineering support services to NESDIS. Omitron and our teammate ASRC Aerospace will provide strategic planning and program management support, systems engineering, system architecture evolution planning, and user readiness support for NESDIS programs. Under the initial task order, Omitron will provide engineering services in support of the GOES-R and JPSS programs.

April 20, 2011
Omitron providing systems engineering support to the NASA JPSS program
Omitron is supporting the Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS) program at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. Under the METS-II task order, Omitron is providing systems engineering support as part of the JPSS Program Systems Engineering team.

April 7, 2011
Omitron awarded METS-II subcontract to provide engineering support to NASA/GSFC
Omitron was awarded a 4-year subcontract by ASRC Management Systems to provide engineering services to NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center under the Multi-Disciplinary Engineering and Technology Services II (METS-II) IDIQ contract.

January 24, 2011
Omitron awarded 5-year subcontract for HST engineering support
Omitron was awarded a 5-year subcontract by Lockheed Martin to provide engineering support for the Hubble Space Telescope project under the MOSES-II contract. Omitron currently provides flight operations, flight software testing, and ground system testing support for HST under the MOSES contract. The new contract extends performance through June 2016.


September 30, 2010
Omitron awarded contract for 3-year extension of Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope mission operations and sustaining engineering
The Omitron-Goldbelt Orca team was awarded a 3-year contract to continue providing mission operations and ground system sustaining engineering of the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope (FGST) mission. The Omitron-Goldbelt Orca FGST team performed the pre-launch development and testing, launch and early orbit operations, and the 1st two years of mission operations and sustaining engineering support. The new contract provides continuity in operations for the remaining 3 years of Fermi's 5-year prime mission. Launched June 11, 2008, FGST has performed extremely well and is continuing to produce excellent scientific results, evidenced by numerous awards and citations.

March 12, 2010
Omitron wins STTR to evaluate techniques to increase speed of computational intensive algorithms for Air Force
A Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) contract was awarded to Omitron by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR). Omitron will look at techniques improving the computational speed of algorithms used to evaluate the geopotential acceleration acting on satellites. This will potentially enhance the operations of the Astrodynamics Support Workstation (ASW) at Vandenburg Air Force Base and lead to further improvements in the use of computational intensive algorithms.

March 11, 2010
Air Force SBIR to investigate data mining for space protection awarded to Omitron
Omitron was awarded a Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) contract with the Air Force Research Laboratory. Omitron will investigate data mining techniques for space protection. Northrop Grumman is a teammate on the project and will providing the data mining tool.

March 8, 2010
Omitron awarded subcontract to provide ground system and operations support to GSFC's Robotic Servicing Demonstration Project
Omitron was awarded a subcontract to provide ground systems engineering and operations engineering support to NASA Goddard Space Flight Center's Robotic Servicing Demonstration missions. The initial task is in support of the Robotic Refueling Dexterous Demonstration (R2D2) Servicing Study Project. Omitron is to provide the ground system capability to control and monitor the payload and provide mission operations support.


September 22, 2009
Omitron providing Software Engineering support to NASA GSFC's GMSEC Project
Omitron is providing software engineering support for NASA's Goddard Mission Services Evolution Center (GMSEC) project in the areas of software component maintenance, development of new software components, and supporting adoption of the XTCE telemetry and command database exchange standard.

September 8, 2009
SGSS Systems Engineering contract awarded to Omitron
Omitron is providing systems engineering support to the NASA Space Network Ground Segment Sustainment (SGSS) Project under the MSES contract. Under this task order, Omitron will perform system engineering for the Service Management element of SGSS and the SGSS interface with GSFC Flight Dynamics Facility (FDF).

August 19, 2009
Omitron providing Systems Engineering services to JDEM Project
Omitron was awarded an MSES contract task order for providing systems engineering support for the NASA JDEM Project at GSFC. Omitron will perform systems engineering support as part of the JDEM Project Systems Team.

August 17, 2009
LDCM Systems Engineering contract awarded to Omitron
Omitron is providing systems verification engineering support to the NASA LDCM Project under the MSES contract. Under this task order, Omitron will perform system verification for LDCM space and ground segments as well as other systems engineering activities.

July 29, 2009
Omitron awarded MSES subcontract to provide engineering services to NASA GSFC
Omitron received a subcontract under SGT's MSES prime contract to provide systems engineering and software services to NASA GSFC. Under the task order contract, Omitron will provide engineering support to Goddard's mission projects.

June 4, 2009
Omitron receives approval from NASA for technology transfer of the Timeline Management Tool (TMT) software
Omitron received approval from NASA for technology transfer of the Timeline Management Tool (TMT) software, originally developed for the NASA Fermi/GLAST mission. This software is an integral part of the Fermi mission planning and scheduling function in the Mission Operations Center (MOC) at Goddard Space Flight Center, and has applicability for other missions. The TMT has proven an invaluable tool to develop, manage and control mission activity timelines, as demonstrated during GLAST pre-launch planning, launch and early orbit operations, and ongoing science operations. Omitron is marketing the TMT software to other NASA missions as well as organizations outside of NASA. Click here for more information on TMT.

May 13, 2009
GLAST Mission Operations Center Team receives NASA Group Achievement Award.
The Omitron GLAST team was recognized for their outstanding contributions to the GLAST mission with the receipt of the NASA Group Achievement Award.

March 26, 2009
Omitron awarded contract to provide software upgrades for the NASA Fermi Mission Operations Center.
Omitron was awarded a contract modification by NASA/GSFC to provide software upgrades for the Fermi (formerly GLAST) Mission Operations Center (MOC). These upgrades include increased functionality through both enhancement of existing software tools and the development of a suite of customized data management and analysis tools for optimizing operations efficiency. Omitron developed the Fermi MOC and performs flight operations for the mission.

February 10, 2009
Omitron flight operations for NASA Swift mission extended for two additional years.
The NASA Swift mission has been performing exceptionally well since launch on November 20, 2004. NASA HQ recently selected the Swift mission for an additional 2-year extension for science operations, funding the observatory operations through September 30, 2012. Omitron continues to provide flight operations and sustaining engineering support for the Swift mission at Penn State University in State College, PA.

February 8, 2009
Omitron awarded contract to provide technology refreshment for the Swift Mission Operations Center.
Omitron was awarded a contract modification to provide technology refreshment the NASA Swift Mission Operations Center (MOC) at Penn State University. Omitron provides flight operations and sustaining engineering support for the Swift mission.

January 17, 2009
Omitron celebrates Silver Anniversary with 25 years in business!
Omitron reached its 25th anniversary on January 17, 2009, marking an important milestone in the company's history of successful programs.


October 1, 2008
Omitron names Doug Spiegel as Vice President of Civil Space Programs.
Omitron promoted Doug Spiegel to the post of Vice President of Civil Space Programs. In this capacity, Mr. Spiegel has responsibility for NASA, NOAA and other civil space programs in the Beltsville, MD office. Mr. Spiegel previously held the position of Director, Satellite Mission Systems for 9 years.

August 7, 2008
Omitron receives a rating of 100% in support of NASA's Fermi (formerly GLAST) mission.
Omitron received an Outstanding rating of 100% for the award fee period ending June 30, 2008 for performance on the GLAST mission (renamed to Fermi post-launch) ground system development and flight operations. The team was commended for their excellent support and dedication in development of the GLAST Mission Operations Center (MOC), the GLAST Contingency MOC, launch preparation activities, and conducting the highly successful launch operations.

July 31, 2008
United States Strategic Command Systems and Mission Support (USAMS) II Contract
Omitron, Inc., along with 27 other companies, is teamed with Booz Allen Hamilton (BAH) as the prime for the USAMS II Contract effort (Contract number FA4600-08-D-9000). The USSTRATCOM Systems and Missions Support (USAMS II) contract provides non-personal, advisory and assistance services in support of studies, system engineering and technical analysis. This is end-to-end systems and mission support includes all USSTRATCOM, their component commands, supporting and supported agencies, and the Air Force Weather Agency (AFWA). All operational and intelligence requirements will be satisfied through technically feasible, integrated, cost-effective system improvements, acquisition recommendations, logistics support, integration, and procedural analysis. The support will consist of planning and analyzing engineering and engineering guidance; establishing system integration, information assurance, software design and development, configuration management (CM); and testing and certifying USSTRATCOM/AFWA systems and procedures. USAMS II will also provide across-the-board technical expertise to ensure new technology, system specifications, upgrades, enhancements, tests, certifications, and operational procedures are in accordance with requirements.

USAMS II consists of six Multiple Award (MAC) Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Performance Based Contracts with a 12-month base ordering period beginning 1 October 2008-30 September 2009 with four consecutive one-year option periods. The estimated value, including all options, for all task orders that may be awarded is $900,000,000.



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