The mission of the Air Force’s ATTAM Phase I program is to develop, demonstrate, and transition advanced turbine propulsion, power and thermal technologies that provide improvement in affordable mission capability.
Among other services, this addition will support development studies and design efforts related to the Virginia class submarine design and design improvements, preliminary and detail component and system design, integration of system engineering, design engineering, test engineering, logistics engineering, and production engineering.
The $450 Million award will provide both U.S. agencies and foreign partner nations end-items, spares, support equipment, testing, training, and production of the Joint Threat Emitter, an electric warfare simulator.
The $26.7 Million is an option from a previously awarded contract for logistics support phase three. The contractor will provide an additional period of contractor logistics support for the French Air Force.
This includes 1,870 multiple-award contracts with special provisions for small businesses, SDVOSBs, 8(a) business development program participants, woman-owned small businesses and historically-underutilized business-zoned small businesses.
Awardees will provide engineering support services and information warfare capabilities through sea, air, land, space, electromagnetic, and cyber domains through the full range of military operations. Other awardees include BAE Systems, Grove Resource Solutions, Millennium Corp, SimVentions, CACI NSS, GDIT, Leidos, and Northrop Grumman.
Awardees will provide commercially available Microsoft software licenses and annual subscriptions for the Department of Defense (DoD), intelligence community, and U.S. Coast Guard activities worldwide. Other awardees include GovConnection, Minburn Technology, and SHI International.
The contract also provides for ground training devices, mission planning systems, mission debrief systems, contiguous U.S. interim contractor support, OCONUS contractor logistic support, as well as other services and equipment.
The award provides for operation and maintenance of Navy communication, electronic, and computer systems. The majority of the work will be performed in Hawaii, with a small portion to be completed in Australia.