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PAI Awarded Contract to Support Military Sealift Command

August 20, 2014

The Commander, Military Sealift Command has just awarded Contract Number N00033-14-D-6505 to Professional Analysis Incorporated.  PAI is one of two winners of this multiple award contract.  This contract includes four one-year options which, if exercised, would bring the cumulative value to $33,702,624.

PAI is pleased to extend its logistics expertise in support of Military Sealift Command providing: Ship Acquisition Support; Fleet Sustainment Support; Logistics Systems, Data Management, Facilities and Business Services; Combat Logistics Force Load Management; Ordnance Management; and Supply Chain Management.

Work under this contract will be worldwide, with places of performance including: Washington, DC; Norfolk, VA; San Diego, CA; Singapore; Italy; Bahrain; United Arab Emirates; and Guam.

PAI Awarded Navy Beach Group Two and Amphibious Construction Battalion Two Contract

May 2, 2014

Commander, Naval Beach Group Two has awarded Order Number N68836-14-F-0111 under GSA Logistics Worldwide Contract Number GS-10F-0078T to Professional Analysis Incorporated.  The awarded amount is $1,771,673.40.  

The work will include supporting MPF/Naval Support Element (NSE) operations, managing Reserve Component personnel, providing inventory management support, and assisting with the management of the Defense Property Accountability System (DPAS).  The support will be provided on site with the Navy at Little Creek Virginia. 

PAI on Winning Team for Department of Energy Blanket Purchase Agreement

December 20, 2013

On Dec 18 2013, the Department of Energy announced the awardees for a Blanket Purchase Agreement to provide program management, organizational, and administrative support services for the National Nuclear Security Administration, a semi-autonomous organization within the DOE.  PAI is teamed with a number of diverse companies on this BPA including Longenecker and Associates, Accenture, PriceWaterhouseCooper, Edgewater, Banner Staffing, Legacy, E. Harris, and Valbin.  Our team was one of five successful bidders who have earned the opportunity to compete on future task orders issued by NNSA.  The period of performance is five years and the contract has a maximum value of $200M.  Primary sites where work will be performed include DOE offices in Washington, DC; Germantown, MD; and Albuquerque, NM.

PAI Awarded Task Order to Support Coast Guard Enterprise Architecture

September 10, 2013

Coast Guard selected PAI to develop Enterprise Architecture (EA) artifacts compliant with DoDAF 2.0 views and models.  Using IBM’s Rational Architect software the PAI team will help Coast Guard employ its current EA artifacts for requirements, logistics, financial management and configuration control.  PAI experts will also document the modeling specifications used to create configuration artifacts, and then will demonstrate how USCG business and functional processes are executed.  A natural extension of the CM/RM work that we are providing to Coast Guard today, this EA effort is central to accurate cost, capability and risk assessments.  We are excited to be part of this effort and we look forward to supporting efficient linkages between Coast Guard capabilities to the tasks that must be performed.

PAI Awarded Task Order to support Coast Guard Independent Logistics Assessment.

June 21, 2013

PAI was awarded a task order to support an Independent Logistics Assessment for the Coast Guard’s Sentinel class Fast Response Cutters (FRCs).  The Fast Response Cutter is a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Level 1 Investment and a Coast Guard Major Systems Acquisition. The primary objective of the project is to quickly procure patrol boats to reduce or eliminate the USCG’s patrol capability gap.  Our work will support Coast Guard’s aggressive acquisition strategy in advance of an acquisition decision event through plan and document reviews.  PAI will help determine the logistics support readiness and operational requirements of the FRC through supportability analysis, maintenance and supply support determinations, and identification of initial deployment logistics prior to full rate production.  We are pleased to be working with CG-44 on such an important program.