The Alion MA&D Operation has been providing consulting services and software products to the United States and other governments for over 20 years. We have provided research, development, and engineering services to the governments in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia in all business areas including:
- Human-Systems Integration
- Computer Modeling and Simulation
- Software Design, Development, and Testing
In the United States, we have worked extensively for the Department of Defense, Department of Health and Human Services, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Department of Education, NASA, the Federal Aviation Administration, Department of Energy, and the US Postal Service. We have a number of means for rapid contract award and are currently on the GSA schedule for Information Technology Services.
Time and time again, we have demonstrated how we can work to achieve our customers' goals while staying within the limitations of government agencies. And, our customers stay with us because we give them excellent products and sound answers to difficult questions. There is no better testimony to our ability to work with government agencies than what our customers will say about us, and we will be glad to provide a list of references upon request.
Alion MA&D Operation Contract Vehicles
The Alion MA&D Operation has been awarded a contract with the General Services Administration (GSA) to provide Information Technology (IT) services to the Government. This contract is open for use by any governmental agency and allows government agencies to place orders for IT services up to $1,000,000 per individual order. Under this contract, the MA&D Operation can provide services in the area of software development, systems analysis, and human factors engineering at competitive rates. If you want more information on how to use this GSA contract to obtain our services, please contact us at MAAD_info@alionscience.com.
The MA&D Operation has an existing contract with the U.S. Army Research Laboratory to provide analytical resources and support to exploit technology transition opportunities that arise from the research efforts in the Collaborative Technology Alliance (CTA) Program. It is to provide additional flexibility to take the outputs of the Research Program and to facilitate moving them further along the acquisition cycle toward specific applications. This is an Indefinite Quantity Indefinite Delivery (IDIQ) contract, under which Time and Materials task orders are issued. The basic period of performance continues through FY09 with a ceiling of $60M. If you want more information on how to use this contract vehicle to obtain our services, please contact us at MAAD_info@alionscience.com.