Intrepid Wins $31M GSA Oasis Task Order

Intrepid was recently awarded the Architectural Support Services for the Technology Development Directorate (TDD) GSA OASIS Task Order by the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (DEVCOM) Aviation & Missile Center (AvMC).

This $31M, 3-year follow-on engineering services contract will assist current and future Science & Technology (S&T) efforts to investigate, develop, and demonstrate architectural approaches under the Integrated Mission Equipment (IME) for the Vertical Lift Systems project.

This effort will also support other architecture and systems engineering related research and development of strategic plans supporting the Future Vertical Lift (FVL) program and ensure the needs of the current fleet are adequately addressed. Additionally, Intrepid will provide support to other Mission Systems technical areas and programs as needed to improve coordination and efficiency and implement architectural concepts.

“Intrepid is deeply appreciative of the opportunity to support AvMC,” said Mark Vaporis, Intrepid President. “The effort is important to Army Aviation, and I am proud of our team and the expertise they provide to ensure mission success. We’re looking forward to assisting AvMC in the achievement of their multiple mission objectives.”

“Intrepid is excited to continue our architecture and systems engineering support to AvMC’s TDD,” said Jonathan Powless, Intrepid Business Unit Manager, Aviation Programs. “Intrepid TDD’s S&T efforts are a critical component to the success of FVL and the future of Army Aviation, and we are very happy to be able to support these efforts and contribute to their successes.”

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