American Systems has been awarded a seat on the potential $496 million indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract by Washington Headquarters Services for a range of services, the company reported on Monday.
“This is one more example of our capabilities aligning with national priority programs and enabling the OUSD (R&E) to accelerate concept to capability“”we know what's at stake,“ said Peter Smith, president and CEO of American Systems.
Under the contract, American Systems will provide research, development, test and evaluation technical and engineering services to support the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (OUSD) for Research and Engineering (R&E).
The company's efforts will help OUSD (R&E) create innovative warfighting technologies and advanced capabilities to maintain a competitive advantage across the global tech landscape. American Systems will support the mission of OUSD (R&E) to ensure technological dominance across the Department of Defense (DoD) and provide an advantage to the warfighter.
“We are proud to provide highly-technical subject matter expertise to our customers by delivering our Strategic Solutions to meet their mission requirements,“ Smith added.
John Steckel, vice president of business development with American Systems recently spoke with ArchIntel regarding the structure of competitive intelligence within American Systems, how technology has evolved the standards of analysis, how to measure success within competitive intelligence (CI), as well as the ways to create and manage a CI effective team.
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