MTSI wins engineering support contract for AATC in US

14 August 2016 (Last Updated August 14th, 2016 18:30)

Modern Technology Solutions (MTSI) has received a modernisation and engineering support contract from the National Guard Bureau (NGB) for the Air National Guard Air Force Reserve Command Test Center (AATC) in the US.

Modern Technology Solutions (MTSI) has received a modernisation and engineering support contract from the National Guard Bureau (NGB) for the Air National Guard Air Force Reserve Command Test Center (AATC) in the US.

The $28m OASIS task order comes with one base year and four option years.

Under the terms of the contract, MTSI will provide test planning, test execution, data analysis, test reporting, test logistics, and studies/analysis for modernisation installations and integration on Air Reserve Component (ARC) platforms including Air National Guard (ANG) and Air Force Reserve Command (AFRC) weapons systems.

"We provide AATC with rapid integration and full spectrum testing of complex capabilities on test ranges all across the country."

MTSI president and CEO Kevin Robinson said: “MTSI is looking forward to continue serving the Air National Guard on this project and strategically growing our role in the integration, testing and delivery of critical capabilities.

“We provide AATC with rapid integration and full spectrum testing of complex capabilities on test ranges all across the country.

"This is a big prime contract win for us on the OASIS Small Business contract vehicle.

"This work will get executed in our Warfighter Capabilities Business Unit under the exceptional leadership of Vance Drenkhahn.”

The contract also covers other technical engineering, program management, and acquisition services.

Work under the contract will be carried out at Tucson and Phoenix in Arizona, Jacksonville in Florida, US, and other test sites as required.

With more than 700 employees, MTSI provides engineering services and technology solutions in the areas of missile defence, cyber security, intelligence, unmanned/autonomous systems, aviation, space, and homeland security.