We are happy to announce that Concept Solutions, LLC is on the winning team to improve the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Cyber Security Programs’ efficiency and effectiveness, as a sub to General Dynamics Information Technology (GDIT). This work includes providing cyber security and policy services through our high-quality, mission-focused information security solutions. The award is a five-year blanket purchase agreement (BPA), where our team will compete against two other awardees on task orders under this vehicle. Concept Solutions, LLC looks forward to growing our cyber footprint across the federal sector, building on our experience with the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Security Operations Center (SOC) and NextGen program, as well as our cross-agency cyber policy support.
Concept Solutions, LLC is pleased to announce is on the winning team for the Federal Aviation Administration NAS Data Integration Services contract, as a sub to Volanno. The work consists of integration and analysis of NAS data, including the CEDAR, Falcon, OPSNET, and the NAS Data warehouse to support operational and performance analysis for AJR-G, Director of Performance Analysis.
Concept Solutions is excited to announce that our team has been selected as an awardee on the Department of Justice’s Information Technology Support Services-5 (ITSS-5) IDIQ contract vehicle. We were able to leverage a Joint Venture partnership with Fig Leaf Software to win a spot on this core contract vehicle serving the Department of Justice and its constituent components. ITSS-5 is available to all bureaus within the Department of Justice, including FBI, DEA, ATF, and the Justice Management Division. ITSS-5 provides each component with mission-critical IT services. This strategic vehicle will allow us to expand the base of federal customers that we serve and will be key in assuring Concept Solutions’ continued growth. We look forward to an exciting future supporting DOJ.
Concept Solutions, LLC is proud to announce that we have been awarded our first win in 2018 to continue providing the FAA’s NextGen Organization with Systems Engineering, Technical, and Program Management Support. This is our third successful competition supporting the collaboration needs for NextGen, beginning with the Joint Planning and Development Office in 2007. Under this SE2025 Task Order, CS will continue to provide management and advisory support to the Interagency Planning Office (IPO) on a wide range of domains, including: Aviation Cybersecurity; Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS); NextGen Weather, Risk Management; Communication, Navigation, and Surveillance (CNS)/ Air Traffic Management (ATM); Systems Engineering, Architecture and NextGen Planning and Implementation; NextGen Research and Development; Commercial Space; and Other Aviation Related initiatives. Additionally, CS will continue providing support to the NextGen Organization’s International Office. This Task Order has a five-year Period-of-Performance, building further on CS’ already ten plus years supporting the FAA’s NextGen program. Congrats to CS and the IPO Team for their win. Veracity Engineering, Inc. is the Prime contractor for this Task Order, which represents a new area of contract opportunities with us.
About NextGen and the IPO
The Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) is the modernization of our National Airspace System (NAS). It is a comprehensive suite of upgrades, procedures, and technologies that improve every phase of flight and enable aircraft to move more efficiently from departure to arrival. At the direction of the NextGen Executive Board (NEB), the Interagency Planning Office (IPO) for NextGen leads congressionally mandated interagency and international collaboration to resolve complex challenges critical to NextGen planning and implementation. Additionally, the IPO leverages stakeholder expertise to identify, research, coordinate, and prioritize shared issues. In accordance with the IPO mission, it facilitates essential collaboration, as required, to promote NextGen activities. Partner agencies include the Departments of Commerce (DOC), Defense (DoD), Homeland Security (DHS), and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). The FAA also collaborates with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), and other critical stakeholders as needed. The IPO expanded collaboration to include other partners, such as the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), National Science Foundation (NSF), and National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB).
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ConceptSolutions was awarded the Mission Oriented Business Integrated Services (MOBIS) vehicle by the General Services Administration (GSA). This procurement vehicle is available to federal agencies and other organizations in order to obtain services from prequalified vendors, offering access to service requirements for a business improvement initiative.
ConceptSolutions has qualified for Special Item Number (SIN) 874-6, Aquisition Management Support. For more information, please visit our GSA MOBIS page.
Reston, VA – November 3, 2008 – ConceptSolutions (www.Concept-Solutions.com), an information management and technology consulting company serving government, military and commercial organizations, announced today that it has partnered with SRA International, Inc. (NYSE: SRX) to win a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) contract supporting the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Cyber Security Management Center (CSMC). The award has an initial value of $9 million with a total estimated potential value of more than $56 million over five years, if all options are exercised.
“ConceptSolutions is pleased to join industry leader SRA International in this high-impact project for FAA,” said Phong Mai, President and CEO, ConceptSolutions. “We’ve forged a long and successful working relationship with the FAA, and this new contract helps us not only bolster our netsec expertise and interagency project experience, but also expand our business to other areas within the Department of Transportation.”
Under terms of the contract, prime contractor SRA, ConceptSolutions and their partners will support the Cyber Security Management Center’s (CSMC) efforts to defend and protect the DOT, FAA and other federal agencies from cyber attacks. ConceptSolutions will be responsible for systems development and integration of all network security-related systems. Other subcontractor partners on the contract include ArcSight, Crucial Security, EmeSec, General Dynamics, George Mason University’s Center for Secure Information Systems, and Knowledge Consulting Group.
The CSMC is established as the DOT’s focal point for all information security incidents and provides a centralized operation that monitors and tracks information security incidents; conducts sensor data analysis; establishes trend analysis documentation; provides proactive and responsive corrective action capability; and provides the DOT with innovative, proactive cyber-attack prevention, detection and response capability.
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