General Dynamics to offer capabilities integration services to U.S Air Force simulation and analysis facility

DAYTON, Ohio, 28 April 2006. The U.S. Air Force has awarded General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems one of four indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contracts to provide capabilities integration services to its Aeronautical Systems Center Simulation and Analysis Facility. The contract, with a ceiling value of $50 million over three years, calls for software development, event planning and execution, analysis, and enterprise capabilities integration process support.

DAYTON, Ohio, 28 April 2006. The U.S. Air Force has awarded General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems one of four indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contracts to provide capabilities integration services to its Aeronautical Systems Center Simulation and Analysis Facility.

The contract, which has a ceiling value of $50 million over three years, calls for software development, event planning and execution, analysis, and enterprise capabilities integration process support related to Air Force simulation activities.

Work will be performed at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, and is expected to be completed by December 2008.

The contract was awarded by the Air Force Materiel Command, Air Force Aeronautical Systems Center, Capabilities Development and Integration Directorate.

The Aeronautical Systems Center Simulation and Analysis Facility provides the Air Force with a synthetic battlespace to rapidly evaluate network-enabled warfighting capabilities, current and future weapon systems, strategies, concept of operations, tactics, emerging technologies, and human-system interfaces.

The General Dynamics team includes the following: L-3 Communications, Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp., Booz Allen Hamilton, Gestalt LLC, Alion Science and Technology, Lighthouse Technologies Inc., Scientific Research Corp., Digital Research Analysis Corp., BearingPoint, Abacus Technology Corp., James Gregory Associates, CACI, Virtual Technology Corp., Cole Engineering Services Inc., Sytronics Inc., and SET Corp.

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