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Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Alabama companies receive defense contracts

Colsa Corp. of Huntsville was awarded a $10,838,796.97 contract for the technical and acquisition management support program that provides for a wide range of diverse non-engineering, technical and acquisition management support required in the acquisition, development, production, and support of various equipment and weapon systems within the Air Armament Center and other organizations at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida.

At this time no funds have been obligated.

AAC/PKES, Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., is the contracting activity.

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Camber Corporation of Huntsville was awarded a $8,712,671 time-and material contract for the instructors to teach selected classes at the U.S. Army Armor Center during the period of Sept. 30, 2009 through Sept. 29, 2010.

Work is to be performed in Fort Knox, Ky., with an estimated completion date of Sept. 29, 2010.

Five bids were solicited with three bids received.

Mission and Installation Contracting Command Center, Fort Knox, Ky., is the contracting activity.

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Wyle Laboratories, Inc. of Huntsville was awarded a $14,492,743 contract for the Research Information Analysis Center to research, test, develop, and deliver Integration Requirements Reports, Systems Requirements Reports, Inventory Effectiveness Analysis Report, and Training Records Reports for the Forecasting Management Productivity Tool Analysis Program.

At this time, $72,464 has been obligated. 55th Contracting Squadron, Offutt, Neb., is the contracting activity.

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Wyle Laboratories, Inc. of Huntsville was awarded a $19,323,655 contract for the Reliability Information Analysis Center to research, test, develop and deliver engineering and technology assessment reports, standards and specification reports, configuration assessment reports, feasibility assessment reports, and interoperability test reports for the secure site technology analysis, upgrades, installation and testing project.

At this time, $2,811,594 has been obligated.

55th Contracting Squadron, Offutt AFB, Neb. is the contracting activity/

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Wyle Laboratories of Huntsville was awarded a $38,647,339 contract for the Reliability Information Analysis Center to research, test, develop and deliver concept recommendations, architecture analysis, ontological models reports, prototype development assessments, prototypes, security models and research discovery/recommendations for the Persistent Virtual Warfighting Environment Project.

At this time $543,092 has been obligated.

55th Contracting Squadron, Offutt Air Force Base, Neb., is the contracting activity.




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I grew up in the military. Mom was an Air Force nurse for a few years, dad was a navigator on B-52s, among other things. One grandfather served in World War II, uncle is retired Navy, other grandfather and great-uncle served in Korea and a cousin is currently serving in the Marine Corps. Currently, I'm the military reporter for the Great Falls Tribune in Montana. Previously, 


As a military kids, we moved all over. As an adult, I've traveled all over and moved for work. But now, I'm putting down roots in Montana with my boyfriend. We just bought a house and are slowly but surely making it our home. We have more land that we know what to do with at the moment. Now we're getting a garden started, tearing down walls and having loads of fun at what we call the Homestead.

In a part life, I did PR for the guy who built the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on the National Mall, social media for the National Museum of Health and Medicine, before that, edited two military technology magazines for a publishing group in the DC area and before that, I was the military reporter (among other things) at the Montgomery Advertiser, covering Maxwell Air Force Base, the Alabama National Guard, veterans and anything else military related in the area. And in between all of that, I leave town, preferably the country, whenever possible. It all started when I spent a semester in New Zealand.

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