Data Systems Analysts, Inc. is awarded Air Force contract

Data Systems Analysts,…

Data Systems Analysts, Inc. (DSA) is pleased to announce that on July 8, 2014, the United States Air Force (USAF) Air Education and Training Command (AETC) awarded the Software Systems Support Contract under the ENCORE II contract. This 15-month contract consists of a base period and one option year.  

 "We are very excited about the award of this new work in support of AETC and for the opportunity to expand our corporate presence in San Antonio, Texas and in several other locations around the United States,” said Fran Pierce, CEO of DSA.  

“AETC’s mission, to recruit, train and educate Airmen to deliver airpower for America, is critical to United States’ national security and we look forward to providing value-added support in advancing the organization’s goals.”  

Under this contract, DSA will assist AETC in overhauling its approach to software system management and technology integration. DSA will provide software sustainment services, including on-site user support, strategic support to the Integration Branch, and enhancements of an interface between the Advanced Distributed Learning System (ADLS) and Graduate Training Integration Management System (GTIMS). DSA will provide on-site user support for Mission Planning Systems at AETC undergraduate flying training locations.  In addition, DSA will provide expertise to augment the Integration Branch in the areas of strategic planning, portfolio management, and program management. Finally, DSA will provide expertise to facilitate the design and implementation of the ADLS-GTIMS interface that provides the capability for distributed learning courses to be launched from GTIMS, a training management system used for Air Force flying training operations.  The work will be performed at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas and at 15 customer locations around the United States.

“AETC seeks to provide the highest quality Airmen using the most up-to-date, relevant techniques, tools, and methods possible,” said Masoud Rasti, AETC’s Chief of the Integration Branch. “We are looking forward to working with DSA in support of our organization’s programs.”

Through this task order, DSA commences support for a new customer, AETC, and will expand its operations in 12 states (Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida,  Mississippi, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas). 

For more information please contact DSA.