Adacel, an industry leader in air traffic control systems and training, announced today it has signed a subcontract agreement with Enroute Computer Solutions (ECS) on the FAA's SE2025 Program.
SE2025 is a multiple award Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract to provide research and mission analysis (R&MA) engineering and technical resources to support the FAA's Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) and non-NextGen initiatives. The SE2025 contract has a $767M ceiling over a four-year base period to November 2020, plus two three-year option periods to November 2025.
The objective of the SE2025 contract is to provide a broad range of research, service analysis, strategic planning support services, and other aviation related support services that will enable the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to accomplish its National Airspace System (NAS), non-NAS, and other aviation related mission objectives. All work on the program will be bid and released by task orders.
Speaking of the award, Gary Pearson, Adacel's Chief Executive Officer said "Adacel's experience with the FAA in services coupled with our innovative solutions are very well matched to the challenges faced by the FAA in the future. We look forward to assisting ECS and the FAA meet current and future requirements on the SE2025 program."
Date: Jul 20, 2016