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Noblis Awarded $350 Million Contract to Support the Federal Aviation Administration’s Air Traffic Control Communications Enterprise

Dépèche transmise le 30 septembre 2011 par Business Wire

FALLS CHURCH, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Noblis, Inc., a leading provider of science, technology, and strategy services to the federal government, announced today that they have been awarded the prime contract to provide support services for the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA’s) Enterprise Communications Support Services (ECSS) contract.

“This significant award by the FAA reflects the strong alignment between Noblis’ strategic capabilities and the FAA’s mission”

Under the ECSS contract, Noblis will provide a wide-range of technology management support to the FAA's Air Traffic Control (ATC) Communications Services organization. Noblis’ support to the FAA will include systems engineering, acquisition and program management services, operations management and support, business and financial management, information systems development, and management studies and analyses. Noblis will support knowledge transfer of the latest technologies, methods, approaches, and products that will lead to new, innovative solutions and best practices for the FAA and support the NextGen Enabling Programs. The ECSS contract will be the primary means for the ATC Communications Services Directorate to obtain technical services and provides a single point of accountability across the ATC Communications enterprise. This 7-year contract has a potential value of $350 million.

“This significant award by the FAA reflects the strong alignment between Noblis’ strategic capabilities and the FAA’s mission,” says Amr ElSawy, President and CEO, Noblis. “We are excited to be expanding our relationship with the FAA and we are looking forward to providing new levels of service to the Air Traffic Control Communications Services organization.”

Noblis assembled a world-class team with access to the latest expertise, technologies, and methods to support the FAA under ECSS. These contractors include ITT Corporation; TASC, Inc.; AMS; B3 Solutions, LLC; CEXEC, Inc.; COBEC Consulting, Inc.; CSSI, Inc.; Flatirons Solutions; LS Technologies, LLC; The SEMCON Group, LLC; STG Technologies, Inc.; Williams Aviation Consultants; and Noblis’ mentor-protégé partner, Cummings And Associates, Inc.

“This is a cornerstone win for Noblis and a great team effort,” says Pat Brosey, Vice President Business Development and Marketing, Noblis. “I am pleased that Noblis effectively showcased our expertise for the FAA enabling us to prevail in such a strong competitive field. I am honored and gratified that we have received the FAA’s vote of trust and confidence in our capabilities.”

Noblis provides expert technical and advisory services in systems engineering, science and technology, program management, business and investment analysis, and acquisition services to government and industry. We work in essential areas, such as national security, transportation, healthcare, environmental sustainability, and enterprise transformation, to solve complex scientific, systems, process, and infrastructure problems in ways that benefit the public. In addition to supporting the FAA, we are honored to support organizations with critical national responsibility, including the Department of Homeland Security, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Department of Labor, and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

About Noblis, Inc.

Noblis is a non-profit science, technology, and strategy organization that brings the best of scientific thought, management, and engineering expertise in an environment of independence and objectivity. We work with a wide range of government and industry clients to find solutions that are practical, forward thinking, and sustainable. Noblis has been recognized as one of the World’s Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute and as one of the Best Small and Medium Workplaces by the Great Place to Work Institute five times. Further information is available at noblis.org.

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