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DTB’s GSA Contract Number is 47QRAA19D00A4

Contractor Information

Contract Period: July 12, 2019 - July 11, 2024
Contractor's Name: Dayton T. Brown, Inc.
Contractor's Address: 1175 Church Street, Bohemia, NY 11716
Phone Number: (631) 589-6300 – Fax Number: (631) 589-3648
Website: https://www.dtb.com/DTB-GSA.php
Business Size: NAICS Code 541715 - Small

Professional Engineering Services (PES) FSC Group 871

SIN 871 2 - Concept Development & Requirements Analysis
SIN 871 3 - System Design, Engineering & Integration
SIN 871 4 - Test & Evaluation
SIN 871 5 - Integrated Logistics Support

*Engineering disciplines for the above SINs are Civil, Electrical, and Mechanical.

GSA

For almost 70 years, Dayton T. Brown, Inc. has been recognized as one of the most complete independent testing, engineering, logistics, and technical publications support facilities available in the United States – providing objective, third party services under one roof for our customers.

DTB has expanded over the last several decades – offering diverse engineering disciplines and services for the military, government, and commercial sectors. Some of the services that we have provided include:

  • Testing and evaluations
  • Product assurance programs
  • Engineering analysis
  • Instrumentation design and development
  • Reverse engineering
  • Standardization programs
  • Prototypes of proof of concept
  • Reliability, maintainability, and failure analysis
  • Quality audits
  • Computer modeling
  • Field data acquisition
  • Software test and test program sets
  • Complete logistics support and documentation
  • Design and fabrication of test facilities, fixtures, and specialized automatic and semi-automatic test systems

Through successful performance on previous and ongoing contracts, DTB is recognized by government agencies (US Navy, US Army, US Air Force, US Coast Guard, Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), Department of Energy (DOE), Department of Transportation (DOT), Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and the US Postal Service (USPS)) and industry (many Fortune 500 companies) as a leader in the fields of testing, engineering, logistics, and technical publications support services with a reputation for integrity and high value added, as well as economical and on-time contract performance.

Online access to contract ordering information, terms and conditions, up-to-date pricing, and the option to create an electronic delivery order are available through GSA Advantage!

The SCA is applicable to this contract and includes SCA-applicable labor categories. The prices for the indicated SCA labor categories are based on the US Department of Wage Determination Number(s) identified in the matrix. The prices offered are based on the preponderance of where the work is performed. If the contractor performs work in an area with lower SCA rates, resulting in lower wages being paid, then task order prices will be discounted accordingly.

SCA MATRIX
SCA Eligible Contract Labor Category SCA Equivalent Code – Title WD Number
Administrative Assistant 1**01111 - General Clerk I2015-4157
Administrative Assistant 2**01111 - General Clerk I2015-4157
Engineering Technician 1**30081 - Engineering Technician I2015-4157
Engineering Technician 2**30082 - Engineering Technician II2015-4157
Engineering Technician 3**30083 - Engineering Technician III2015-4157
Photo Technician 3**13071 - Photographer I2015-4157
ILS Data Clerk 1**01111 - General Clerk I2015-4157
ILS Data Clerk 3**01113 - General Clerk III2015-4157
ILS Graphics Specialist 1**30061 - Drafter/CAD Operator I2015-4157
ILS Graphics Specialist 3**30062 - Drafter/CAD Operator II2015-4157
ILS Information Developers 1**01051 - Data Entry Operator I2015-4157
ILS Information System Development Specialist 2**14043 - Computer Operator III2015-4157

Labor Categories and Guarantees:

DTB offers only the personnel who meet or exceed the minimum qualification requirements stated in the Labor Category Descriptions provided herein. We allow experience to substitute for education requirements and education to substitute for experience. DTB’s criteria for minimum experience substitution are as follows:

Education: A college degree or BA/BS will equal four years of experience. A Master’s degree will equal six years of experience. A Doctorate will equal eight years of experience.

Experience: For every year of additional specific field experience, the individual is credited with one year of degree qualifications towards the value stated in the Labor Category Description.

GSA and/or the ordering activities may have access to any DTB employee’s resume (by request) before, during, or after assignment of any GSA order. If, for some extenuating reason, a person assigned to an order must be replaced or substituted, the ordering activity will be notified in advance, in writing, and the substituting personnel will have equal or greater qualifications than specified in the Labor Category Description of the departing employee.

1For SINs Information, Labor Categories, and Labor Rates, pleae refer to the applicable Price List.
2Maximum Order: $1,000,000.00 (Orders may exceed this amount; however, this is the threshold where ordering activities may seek a price reduction.)
3Minimum Order: $2,500.00
4Geographic Coverage (Delivery Area): Worldwide.
5Prompt Payment Terms: Net 30 days.
6:Ordering Address:
Dayton T. Brown, Inc.
Attn: GSA PES Orders
1175 Church Street
Bohemia, NY 11716
7Ordering Procedures: For suppliers and services, ordering procedures, information on Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs), and a sample BPA, visit the GSA/FSS Schedule.
8Ordering Address:
Dayton T. Brown, Inc.
Attn: GSA PES Orders
1175 Church Street
Bohemia, NY 11716
9Terms and Conditions of Government Purchase Card Acceptance: Determined on a case-by-case basis.
10Special Attributes: As negotiated in delivery order.
11Data Universal Number System (DUNS) Number: 00-205-0177
12Dayton T. Brown, Inc. is registered with the System for Award Management (SAM) database.

Scope: DTB’s integrated product development or systems engineering methodology is customized to provide all of the necessary Concept Development & Requirements Analysis studies. The phases problem identification studies; requirements analysis; evaluation of alternative approaches; and conceptual design analysis are viewed from the technical, cost, and schedule standpoints – resulting in preliminary specification development and conceptual design. In addition, DTB can perform assessment studies that support privatization (OMB A-76 Studies) and/or evaluate outsourcing opportunities.

Objectives: Concept Development & Requirements Analysis studies are efforts to organize and evaluate available data in order to provide a greater understanding of the individual study area. Studies and analysis, using systems engineering methodologies, lead to a critical examination of the subject and result in conclusions and recommendations that provide a firm basis for program planning and decision making. The objectives of the study are to (1) define its purpose and scope, (2) gather information, (3) synthesize solutions, (4) perform trade-off and alternative analysis, and (5) document the results. The final result could be an individual study analysis and recommendation, such as problem identification, or a complete program defining a new conceptual design.

Benefits: DTB knows how to minimize costs while maximizing the effect and design. We have performed design and engineering services for almost 70 years and have the experienced personnel, comprehensive facilities, and management systems in place to support the design engineering process. Additionally, we have experience in the integration of system design functions to ensure a comprehensive and complete program.

Scope: DTB provides a structured process for detailed System Design, Engineering & Integration of design; test and fabrication needs to reduce data requirements; duplication of effort; and cost and schedule risks. These concepts cover a variety of engineering disciplines, including mechanical, electrical, and civil. These disciplines involve computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided engineering (CAE) assessments for such things as producibility, additional technology insertion, R&M, materials, and corrosion. Risk analysis and mitigation is performed in order to ensure that the design is the most cost-effective and producible, while meeting the performance and functional parameters developed during concept formulation. Technical documentation can be developed, as well as performing simulation and modeling, prior to prototype fabrication. DTB can also provide data packages that address document control, configuration management, and quality issues.

Objectives: The objectives of System Design, Engineering & Integration seek to take advantage of technical innovations as they relate to the fabrication process. The focus is to identify key design requirements and to address them in an organized, integrated fashion, such that the original objectives of the project can be achieved in a manner that is both cost-effective, low risk, and responsive to schedule constraints. As part of this approach, DTB seeks to maximize (1) simplicity of design, (2) use of standard or commercially available parts, (3) number of potential producers, (4) process repeatability, (5) product inspectability, and (6) interchangeability, and to minimize (1) procurement lead time, (2) special production tooling or test systems, (3) the use of critical processes or strategic materials, (4) unit costs, (5) skill level in manufacturing, (6) design changes during manufacturing, and (7) the use of proprietary items or limited capability processes.

Benefits: DTB knows how to minimize costs while maximizing the effect and design. We have performed design and engineering services for the US Navy, US Air Force, and US Army for almost 70 years and have the experienced personnel, comprehensive facilities, and management systems in place to support the design engineering process. Additionally, we have experience in the integration of system design functions to ensure a comprehensive and complete program.

Scope: DTB can perform Test & Evaluation of materials, components, subsystems, and systems in order to define functional, operational, and long-term performance. We can provide testing services related to materials improvement, first article testing (FAT), prototype development, environmental and dynamics testing, reliability and maintainability testing, producibility and functional testing, non-destructive inspection (NDI), design verification and validation, product qualification, quality assurance and production lot testing (PLT), safety testing, and operational testing. In addition, DTB can perform all of the test requirements, planning, and analyses; develop test plans, procedures, test facilities, and instrumentation; perform data analysis; document test results; and supply all of the supportability documentation.

Objectives: In general, the objectives of a Test & Evaluation program are to ensure that the item meets the user’s requirements or objectives and to reduce or eliminate areas of risk by demonstrating performance. Decisions to commit resources to advance a program from one phase to another, until a system is fielded, are mostly based on the results of Test & Evaluation. Our programs can meet one or all of the following objectives:

  • Determine that specifications are met
  • Identify/Report product deficiencies
  • Determine system computability
  • Report or help improve reliability
  • Demonstrate maintainability
  • Demonstrate system safety
  • Validate configuration changes
  • Assess human engineering as part of the system
  • Assess product technical risk
  • Validate software interfaces
  • Verify integrated diagnostics
  • Gather information for training programs
  • Determine product performance envelope and limitations
  • Demonstrate that engineering and systems integration is complete
  • Validate models and simulations
  • Identify potential operational and technological limitations of alternatives
  • Support the identification of cost-performance trade-off
  • Ensure that the product/material is ready for operational Test & Evaluation

Benefits: DTB was founded on providing Test & Evaluation services almost 70 years ago and has approximately 300,000 sq. ft. of facilities – serving as one of the largest independent test laboratories in the United States. We have the capabilities, experienced test personnel, test facilities and equipment, and demonstrated experience in Test & Evaluation services, having provided full field services for evaluations at the customer’s site. We offer a wide variety of testing disciplines to meet and accommodate expedited schedules and unique requirements. Our dedicated management team and financial systems can accommodate small to major Test & Evaluation programs.

Scope: Integrated Logistics Support services are designed to achieve maximum system performance at the lowest life cycle costs. DTB’s engineers examine the interactions among the hardware, software, and personnel components of equipment systems in order to determine the optimal solutions when trade-offs among those system components are required. Our engineers provide relevant analyses that are inputs to LSA systems. As a result, valid, effective, and efficient LSA reports are generated to reduce life cycle costs. Our logistics documentation services, based on LSA reports, provide technical information for operators and maintainers of complex mission equipment. We provide paper and electronic technical manuals, including operator manuals, maintenance manuals, and parts catalogs. DTB utilizes the latest database publishing systems to promote the re-use of logistics information. This information reduces equipment downtime, promotes operational readiness, and adds to the safety and effectiveness of military and civilian workforces.

Objectives: The objectives of Integrated Logistics Support engineering services are to allow for more complete and rapid fielding of equipment, determine appropriate system trade-offs, and reduce life cycle costs. DTB’s Integrated Logistics Support engineers have provided such services in support of aircraft systems (both fixed wing and rotary), construction equipment, agricultural machinery, large printing presses, weapons systems, hydraulic component test stands, shipboard systems, railroad equipment, and communications systems.

Benefits: DTB has almost 70 years of corporate experience in supporting equipment systems. Our proven engineering support staff, coupled with our qualified management and quality assurance systems, demonstrates our ability to perform in-depth Integrated Logistics Support services.

Government Site for Years 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5

Prices include an Industrial Funding Fee (IFF) of 0.75% and an annual escalation of 3.0%.

**Indicates SCA-eligible categories. See the SCA Matrix following the price list for additional information regarding these labor categories.

Contract Number: 47QRAA19D00A4
SIN 871 2: Contract Development and Requirements Analysis
SIN 871 3: System Design Engineering and Integration
SIN 871 4: Test and Evaluation
SIN 871 5: Integrated Logistics Support
  Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
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LC# Labor Category 7/11/2020 7/11/2021 7/11/2022 7/11/2023 7/11/2024
001 Administrative Assistant I $33.43 $34.26 $35.12 $36.00 $36.90
002 Administrative Assistant II $49.92 $51.17 $52.44 $53.76 $55.10
003 Engineer I $99.48 $101.97 $104.52 $107.13 $109.81
004 Engineer II $135.58 $138.97 $142.44 $146.00 $149.65
005 Engineer III $155.00 $158.88 $162.85 $166.92 $171.09
006 Engineering Technician I $44.44 $45.55 $46.69 $47.85 $49.05
007 Engineering Technician II $64.36 $65.97 $67.62 $69.31 $71.05
008 Engineering Technician III $73.72 $75.56 $77.45 $79.39 $81.37
009 Photo Technician III $103.40 $105.99 $108.64 $111.35 $114.14
010 Program Manager II $109.93 $112.68 $115.50 $118.39 $121.35
011 Program Manager III $173.84 $178.19 $182.65 $187.21 $191.89
012 Spec/Design Engineer I $82.49 $84.55 $86.66 $88.83 $91.05
013 Spec/Design Engineer II $111.90 $114.69 $117.56 $120.50 $123.51
014 Spec/Design Engineer III $145.00 $148.62 $152.34 $156.15 $160.05
015 Quality Engineer II $75.00 $76.87 $78.79 $80.76 $82.78
016 Test Engineer I $86.07 $88.22 $90.42 $92.68 $95.00
017 Test Engineer II $110.12 $112.87 $115.69 $118.58 $121.55
018 Test Engineer III $136.38 $139.79 $143.29 $146.87 $150.54
019 ILS Data Clerk I $40.00 $41.00 $42.03 $43.08 $44.15
020 ILS Data Clerk III $55.00 $56.38 $57.79 $59.23 $60.71
021 ILS Graphics Specialist I $33.88 $34.73 $35.60 $36.49 $37.40
022 ILS Graphics Specialist III $70.94 $72.71 $74.53 $76.39 $78.30
023 ILS Engineer I $75.60 $77.49 $79.43 $81.42 $83.45
024 ILS Engineer III $115.00 $117.88 $120.82 $123.84 $126.94
025 ILS Information Developer I $38.38 $39.34 $40.32 $41.33 $42.37
026 ILS Information Developer III $86.34 $88.50 $90.71 $92.98 $95.30
027 ILS Information Developer V $115.00 $117.88 $120.82 $123.84 $126.94
028 ILS Information System Development Specialist II $79.44 $81.43 $83.47 $85.55 $87.69
029 ILS Information System Development Specialist IV $104.46 $107.07 $109.75 $112.49 $115.31

Price List: Year 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5

Prices include an Industrial Funding Fee (IFF) of 0.75% and an annual escalation of 3.0%.

**Indicates SCA-eligible categories. See the SCA Matrix following the price list for additional information regarding these labor categories.

Contract Number: 47QRAA19D00A4
SIN 871 2: Contract Development and Requirements Analysis
SIN 871 3: System Design Engineering and Integration
SIN 871 4: Test and Evaluation
SIN 871 5: Integrated Logistics Support
  Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
7/12/2019 7/12/2020 7/12/2021 7/12/2022 7/12/2023
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LC# Labor Category 7/11/2020 7/11/2021 7/11/2022 7/11/2023 7/11/2024
001 Administrative Assistant I $39.30 $40.29 $41.29 $42.33 $43.39
002 Administrative Assistant II $85.00 $87.12 $89.30 $91.53 $93.82
003 Engineer I $156.50 $160.41 $164.42 $168.53 $172.75
004 Engineer II $215.00 $220.38 $225.89 $231.53 $237.32
005 Engineer III $270.00 $276.74 $283.66 $290.76 $298.02
006 Engineering Technician I $115.00 $117.88 $120.82 $123.85 $126.94
007 Engineering Technician II $172.38 $176.69 $181.11 $185.64 $190.28
008 Engineering Technician III $197.43 $202.37 $207.43 $212.61 $217.93
009 Photo Technician III $145.00 $148.62 $152.34 $156.15 $160.05
010 Program Manager II $175.00 $179.38 $183.86 $188.46 $193.17
011 Program Manager III $225.00 $230.62 $236.39 $242.30 $248.36
012 Spec/Design Engineer I $116.20 $119.11 $122.09 $125.14 $128.27
013 Spec/Design Engineer II $157.63 $161.57 $165.61 $169.75 $174.00
014 Spec/Design Engineer III $212.41 $217.72 $223.17 $228.75 $234.46
015 Quality Engineer II $170.00 $174.24 $178.60 $183.07 $187.64
016 Test Engineer I $190.00 $194.74 $199.61 $204.60 $209.72
017 Test Engineer II $225.00 $230.62 $236.39 $242.30 $248.36
018 Test Engineer III $275.00 $281.88 $288.92 $296.15 $303.55
019 ILS Data Clerk I $45.00 $46.12 $47.28 $48.46 $49.67
020 ILS Data Clerk III $80.00 $82.00 $84.05 $86.16 $88.31
021 ILS Graphics Specialist I $53.00 $54.32 $55.68 $57.07 $58.50
022 ILS Graphics Specialist III $100.00 $102.50 $105.06 $107.69 $110.38
023 ILS Engineer I $110.00 $112.74 $115.56 $118.45 $121.41
024 ILS Engineer III $170.00 $174.24 $178.60 $183.07 $187.64
025 ILS Information Developer I $60.04 $61.54 $63.08 $64.66 $66.27
026 ILS Information Developer III $115.00 $117.88 $120.82 $123.85 $126.94
027 ILS Information Developer V $145.00 $148.62 $152.34 $156.15 $160.05
028 ILS Information System Development Specialist II $100.00 $102.50 $105.06 $107.69 $110.38
029 ILS Information System Development Specialist IV $150.00 $153.74 $157.59 $161.53 $165.57

JOB TITLES

COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: Administrative Assistant I, Code 001

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The Administrator Assistant shall have a minimum of a High School Diploma.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she is responsible for the administrative and clerical operations of a modern office. Using basic knowledge and skills of office software, i.e. WORD and EXCEL, and computer network systems. This position contributes to scheduling meetings; will assist administrators and project managers on an as-needed basis; screens incoming emails and phone calls; and copies, digitizes, and files office documents.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: Administrative Assistant II, Code 002

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The Administrator Assistant shall have a minimum of a High School Diploma with eight (8) years of related experience in industry.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she is responsible for the administrative and clerical operations of a modern office and behaving as a liaison between the company and third parties. Using advanced knowledge and skills of office software, i.e. WORD and EXCEL, and computer database and network systems, this position contributes to manage workflow by assigning tasks to other administrative employees daily, contributes to analyses of organizational and procedural guidelines, ensures that deadlines are met, assists in training of staff members and new hires, implements and monitors projects as directed by management and sees those projects to completion, generates office communications, assumes responsibility for office equipment and maintenance of office supplies, assists project managers, and answers incoming calls and emails and assumes other receptionist duties on an as-needed basis.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: Engineer I, Code 003

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The Engineer shall have a BS in Engineering from an accredited university and two (2) years of experience in the design, development and evaluation of: mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic or electrical systems.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she is responsible providing technical expertise and guidance in solving general engineering problems, developing standards and guidelines for tasks being performed, planning and conducting studies and evaluation of design and approaches, developing engineering specifications and assisting in turning concepts into designs, and performing or managing physical testing for purposes of design evaluation.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: Engineer II, Code 004

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The Engineer shall have a BS in Engineering from an accredited university or related technical degree and four (4) years of experience in the design and development and evaluation of: mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic or electrical systems; and one (1) year of experience supervising design and development of engineering projects.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she is responsible for providing technical expertise and guidance in solving complex engineering problems; planning and conducting engineering feasibility studies for the design, improvement, modifications and implementation of current technologies; developing standards and guidelines for tasks being performed; interfacing with customer personnel; planning and conducting studies and evaluation of design and approaches; developing engineering specifications and assisting in turning concepts into designs; and performing or managing physical testing for purposes of design evaluation.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: Engineer III, Code 005

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The Engineer shall have a BS in Engineering from an accredited university and six (6) years of experience in the design, development, evaluation, and integration of mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic or electrical systems; and two (2) years of experience supervising design and development of engineering projects.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she is responsible for providing highly technical expertise and guidance in solving complex engineering problems; performing all phases of hardware design, development, integration, implementation, and analysis; planning and conducting engineering feasibility studies for the design improvement modifications and implementation of advanced technologies; developing standards and guidelines for tasks being performed; planning and conducting studies and evaluation of design and approaches; developing engineering specifications and assisting in turning concepts into designs; and performing or managing physical testing for purposes of design evaluation.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: Engineering Technician I, Code 006

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The Engineering Technician shall have a High School Diploma with a good understanding of engineering principles and theory of mechanical systems.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she is responsible for, under direction, performing routing and repetitive tests on systems and sub systems; following predetermined sets of tasks using established test procedures; performing test setups and testing as assigned by higher level technicians; recording and maintaining test data sheets, time logs, and equipment sheets; keeping higher level technicians informed of progress, performance, and problems of the unit under test; and maintaining the work area and equipment in an orderly condition and having required tools on hand at all times. He/she is also responsible for assisting in the performance of installation, test, preventative maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of electronic equipment. He/she is also responsible for outlining, setting up, and operating test equipment that meets test specification requirements; performing in all phases of hardware testing and recording test data; and pointing out deviations from equipment malfunction or observational errors.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: Engineering Technician II, Code 007

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The Engineering Technician shall have a High School Diploma with a minimum two (2) years of study (college or equivalent technical from votech or trade institution) in engineering principles and theory and four (4) years of related experience in testing of complex electronic and mechanical systems.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she is responsible for performing routine-to-moderately-complex tests on a variety of systems with proven procedures; completing test setups and operating test equipment involved; performing test setups and testing as assigned by higher level technicians; recording and maintaining test data sheets, time logs, and equipment sheets; keeping higher level technicians informed of progress, performance, and problems of the unit under test; maintaining the work area and equipment in an orderly condition and having required tools on hand at all times. He/she is also responsible for supporting the installation, test, preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of electrical and electronic equipment in a computer network environment. He/she shall identify and analyze both hardware and software problems in computers and electronic systems. He/she is also responsible for outlining, setting up, and operating test equipment that meets test specification requirements; performing in all phases of hardware testing and recording test data; pointing out deviations from equipment malfunction or observational errors; and interfacing with customer personnel.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: Engineering Technician III, Code 008

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The Engineering Technician shall have a High School Diploma with a minimum two (2) years of study (college or equivalent technical from votech or trade institution) in engineering principles and theory and six (6) years of related experience in testing of complex electronic and mechanical systems.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she is responsible for performing a variety of routine-to-complex tests and setups under minimum direction from engineer; developing methods to determine causes of difficulties and making suggestions for new approaches or corrections to test procedures; directing and instructing other technicians in proper procedures and operation of tests and test equipment; developing test procedures and reporting test results; interfacing with customer personnel; recording and maintaining test data sheets, time logs, and equipment sheets; keeping engineers informed of progress, performance, and problems of the unit under test; and maintaining the work area and equipment in an orderly condition and having required tools on hand at all times. He/she is also responsible for outlining, setting up, and operating test equipment that meets test specification requirements; performing in all phases of hardware testing and recording test data; pointing out deviations from equipment malfunction or observational errors; participating in hardware evaluations; developing test procedures and reporting test results; and interfacing with customer personnel.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: Photo Technician III, Code 009

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The Photo Technician shall have a High School Diploma with a minimum of six (6) years of related photography experience.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she is responsible for providing professional still (film and digital media) photography using standard and high speed video, lighting, and reproduction techniques; developing professional staging for optimal photographic coverage and information; and developing computer graphics for final presentation of photos.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: Program Manager II, Code 010

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The Program Manager shall have a systems engineering background with a BS in Engineering, Computer Science, Systems, Business or related scientific/technical discipline from an accredited university. A minimum of eight (8) years of experience in systems design and development, which includes five (5) years management and supervision of substantive electronic systems and military hardware/software development, and five (5) years systems analysis experience.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she is responsible for managing substantial design, development, integration test and documentation operations for multiple tasks; organizing, directing, and coordinating the planning and implementation of all project support activities; interfacing with customer personnel; formulating and reviewing project feasibility studies; determining costs and ensuring conformance to work standards; and identifying, acquiring, and utilizing company resources to achieve project technical objectives.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: Program Manager III, Code 011

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The Program Manager shall have a systems engineering background with a BS in Engineering, Computer Science, Systems, Business or related scientific/technical discipline from an accredited university. A minimum of ten (10) years of experience in systems design and development, which includes eight (8) years management and supervision of substantive electronics systems and military hardware/software development, and eight (8) years systems analysis experience.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she is responsible for managing substantial systems design, development, integration test and documentation operations for multiple tasks; organizing, directing, and coordinating the planning and implementation of all program support activities; interfacing with customer personnel; formulating and reviewing program feasibility studies; determining costs and ensuring conformance to work standards; interpreting policies, procedures, and objectives of the program organization for subordinates; managing logistics support analysis for complex military systems; managing systems safety studies; and identifying, acquiring, and utilizing company resources to achieve program technical objectives.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: Spec/Design Engineer I, Code 012

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The Specialty Design Engineer shall have a BS in Engineering from an accredited university and at least three (3) years of experience in civil, electrical or mechanical analysis, studies and design.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she applies engineering principles to research, analyze, plan, design, develop, implement, test, or systems. Typically works under the supervision of a more experienced engineer. Reviews and prepares engineering and technical analyses, reports, change proposals, and other technical documentation. This position applies engineering experience to perform functions such as system integration, configuration management, quality assurance testing, acquisition, and resource management.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: Spec/Design Engineer II, Code 013

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The Specialty/Design Engineer shall have a BS in Engineering from an accredited university and at least six (6) years of experience in civil, electrical or mechanical analysis, studies and design.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she applies engineering principles to research, analyze, plan, design, develop, implement, test, or evaluate systems. Typically works with little supervision, checking in with management to status projects as appropriate. He/she may lead small teams to accomplish project objectives. Reviews and prepares engineering and technical analyses, reports, change proposals, and other technical documentation. This position applies engineering experience to perform functions such as system integration, design, configuration management, quality assurance testing, acquisition, and resource management.

COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: Spec/Design Engineer III, Code 014

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The Specialty/Design Engineer shall have a BS in Engineering from an accredited university and at least ten (10) years of experience civil, electrical or mechanical analysis, studies and design.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she applies engineering principles to research, analyze, plan, design, develop, implement, test, or evaluate systems. He/she acts as engineering team leader on assigned projects developing engineering procedures and controls, managing project efforts, and taking the lead in problem resolution. This individual interfaces with system or program contractors, vendors, and Government representatives regarding the technical aspects of engineering programs and projects. Reviews and prepares engineering and technical analyses, reports, change proposals, and other technical documentation. He/she can also perform concept studies, develop engineering specifications and develop prototypes.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: Quality Engineer II, Code 015

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The Quality Engineer shall have a BS or BE in Engineering from an accredited university and at least six (6) years of experience in quality assurance.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she is responsible for ensuring the requirements of international standards, such as AS9100, ISO 9001, and ISO/IEC 17025 are established, documented, implemented, and maintained in the Quality Management System. He/she is responsible for ensuring processes are followed, established, and monitored using metrics to show effectiveness and improvement of processes. He/she is responsible for assisting with internal and supplier quality audits to ensure services are performed in accordance with all applicable requirements. He/she is responsible for auditing the DTB procedures, reports, and logbooks to ensure services are performed in accordance with all applicable requirements and documented accurately.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: Test Engineer I, Code 016

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The Test Engineer shall have a BS Engineering from an accredited university and two (2) years of experience in complex assignments in testing of complex mechanical, electromechanical and electrical or electronic systems.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she is responsible for supporting design and performance of all types of tests on basic mechanical, electromechanical and electrical/electronic systems, including development of test plan procedures and specifications. Tests may include environmental parameters and may support simulation and modeling, and may include prototype quality assurance, prototype, physical or safety.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: Test Engineer II, Code 017

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The Test Engineer shall have a BS in Engineering from an accredited university and four (4) years of experience in the testing of complex mechanical, electromechanical and electrical/electronic systems.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she is responsible for supporting the design and performance of all types of tests on basic mechanical, electromechanical and electrical/electronic systems. Tests may include environmental parameters and may support simulation and modeling, and he/she is responsible for developing test plans procedures and specifications. He/she is responsible for performing varied engineering assignments following general instruction and making independent decisions on routine engineering problems. He/she is responsible for performing basic engineering designs and necessary calculations, and planning and researching in order to perform routine or repetitive tasks within a discipline or service.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: Test Engineer III, Code 018

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The Test Engineer shall have a BS in Engineering from an accredited university and six (6) years of experience in the testing of complex mechanical, electromechanical and electrical/electronic systems.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she is responsible for performing varied engineering assignments and proving instruction for subordinate engineers. He/she is responsible for supporting the design and performance of all types of tests on complex mechanical, electromechanical and electrical/electronic systems. Tests may include environmental parameters and may support simulation and modeling, and he/she is responsible for developing test plans procedures and specifications. He/she is responsible for making independent decisions on complex engineering problems including load and hydraulic pressure calculations, flow rates, and required equipment to achieve the desired test parameter with the correct safety and test limits taken into account.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: ILS Data Clerk I, Code 019

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The ILS Data Clerk will have a minimum of a High School Diploma with two (2) years of work experience.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she is responsible for the administrative and clerical operations of a modern office. Using knowledge and skills of office software, i.e., WORD, EXCEL, and ACCESS, and computer network systems, this person contributes to the collection, assembly and production of data deliverables and reports.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: ILS Data Clerk III, Code 020

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The ILS Data Clerk will have a minimum of a High School Diploma with eight (8) years of work experience and three (3) years of related experience in industry.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she is responsible for the ILS data clerical operations of a modern office. Using knowledge and skills of office software, i.e., WORD, EXCEL, and ACCESS, and computer network systems, this person contributes to the collection, assembly and production of data deliverables and reports. This person also works with less experienced incumbents to answer routine questions and to train them in basic procedures.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: ILS Graphics Specialist I, Code 021

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The ILS Graphics Specialist will have a minimum of a High School Diploma with two (2) years of work experience.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she is responsible for reviewing and marking up engineering drawings and other source material; using CAD software to develop isometric line illustrations, wiring and other diagrams; and entering identifying information into control files.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: ILS Graphics Specialist III, Code 022

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The ILS Graphics Specialist will have a minimum of an AAS Degree with eight (8) years of work experience and three (3) years of related experience in industry.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she is responsible for reviewing and marking up engineering drawings and other source material; using CAD software to develop isometric line illustrations, wiring and other diagrams; and entering identifying information into control files. This person also assumes responsibility for administration of projects and training of subordinate personnel.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: ILS Engineer I, Code 023

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The ILS Engineer shall have a BS in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering and three (3) years of progressive experience in the analysis of the logistics requirements of complex equipment systems.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she is responsible for inputting and reviewing LSA data, performing analysis of logistics requirements for selected equipment systems and subsystems, documenting results of analysis in complex reports, and presenting logistics information to product design and production staffs.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: ILS Engineer III, Code 024

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The ILS Engineer shall have a BS in Electrical or Mechanical Engineering from an accredited university and nine (9) years of progressive experience in the analysis of the logistics requirements of complex equipment systems.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she is responsible for inputting and reviewing LSA data, performing analysis of logistics requirements for equipment systems, documenting results of analysis in complex reports, presenting logistics information to product design and production staffs, supervising lower level ILS Engineers, developing standards for logistics analysis, and interfacing with customer personnel.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: ILS Information Developer I, Code 025

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The ILS Information Developer will have a minimum of a High School Diploma with two (2) years of work experience.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she is responsible for analysis of engineering and other source data, determination of documentation requirements, development of all levels of technical information including test and troubleshooting data, entry of technical information into XML/SGML templates, and control of source data and technical information files.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: ILS Information Developer III, Code 026

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The ILS Information Developer will have a minimum of an AAS Degree with eight (8) years of work experience and three (3) years of related experience in industry.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she is responsible for analysis of engineering and other source data, determination of documentation requirements, development of technical information, entry of technical information into XML/SGML templates, and control of source data and technical information files. This person also assumes responsibility for administration of projects and training of subordinate personnel.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: ILS Information Developer V, Code 027v

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The ILS Information Developer will have a minimum of a MS/MA Degree with twelve (12) years of work experience and five (5) years of related experience in industry.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she is responsible for analysis of engineering and other source data, determination of documentation requirements, development of technical information, entry of technical information into XML/SGML templates, and control of source data and technical information files. He/she is also responsible for Program Requirements Analysis and management of large and complex programs as well as for multiple simultaneous programs. This person is also responsible for establishing training requirements and for training of subordinate personnel.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: ILS Systems Development Specialist II, Code 028

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The ILS Systems Development Specialist will have a minimum of an AAS Degree with four (4) years of work experience and two (2) years of related experience in industry.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she is responsible for installing hardware and software for ILS engineering and documentations systems; resolving basic hardware/software conflicts; and locating, downloading, and modifying XML/SGML structure and format/style software.


COMMERCIAL JOB TITLE: ILS Systems Development Specialist IV, Code 029

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
The ILS Systems Development Specialist will have a minimum of an MS/MA Degree with ten (10) years of work experience and five (5) years of related experience in industry.

FUNCTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
He/she is responsible for installing hardware and software for ILS engineering and documentations systems; resolving hardware/software conflicts; locating, downloading, and modifying XML/SGML structure and format/style software; and analyzing ILS engineering documentation parsing failures. This person also assumes responsibility for administration of projects and training of subordinate personnel.

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