DAYTON, Ohio, 7 April 2005. MTC Technologies, Inc. announced that the Air Mobility Command, Contracting Flight, Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, has awarded MTC a 4.5-year contract potentially worth $8.1 million.
As the prime contractor, MTC will provide services such as systems engineering, systems acquisition, test & evaluation, and configuration management to the U.S. Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM), Global Transportation Network (GTN) Program Management Office.
GTN is the Command and Control (C2) system that provides USTRANSCOM and its component commands with integrated, automatic support. MTC will assist in fielding a new system called "Global Transportation Network of the 21st Century" (GTN 21).
The GTN 21 program will provide warfighters with additional C2 capability with rapid access to global transportation deployment information.
The award was made through MTC's GSA Management, Organizational and Business Improvement Services (MOBIS) Schedule.
"We are delighted to continue our support to USTRANSCOM," stated David Gutridge, MTC's CEO. "And we are proud to help the Command fulfill its mission requirements to provide and control airlift, surface lift, and terminal services for deploying and sustaining military forces on a global basis."
MTC, through its wholly owned subsidiaries, provides systems engineering, information technology, intelligence, and program management services to the federal government. Cited by BusinessWeek as the 11th fastest growing small company in the United States, by Forbes as 23rd of America's 200 best small businesses, and by Washington Technology as 2nd in revenue growth among the "Top 100" of IT Federal Prime Contractors, MTC employs over 2,500 people in more than 40 locations. The company was founded in 1984 and is headquartered in Dayton, Ohio. For more information, see www.mtctechnologies.com.