Dayton T. Brown Wins APSD Contract

September 6, 2017 / Published in NEWS & EVENTS
DTB Wins APSD Contract
A U.S. Navy General Dynamics F-16A Viper attached to the U.S. Naval Strike and Air Warfare Center (NSAWC) prepares to land at Naval Air Station Fallon, Nevada (USA). This Image was released by the United States Navy with the ID 150429-N-IM823-067

HOLLYWOOD, MD - Dayton T. Brown has been awarded a five-year, $486 million IDIQ (indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity) contract from the US Navy. Officially termed the “ASPD/AIRWorks Multiple Award Contract (Lot II),” it places the Company as a prime contractor with five other competitors in the small business portion of the contract.

“We’re particularly proud of this opportunity and the effort required to win it,” said Tom Zimoulis, Senior Vice President of the Engineering and Test Division at DTB. “Dayton T. Brown excels at technical challenges, and with the diverse requirements expected in this contract, we will have many opportunities to put these skills on full display.”

This contract is similar in scope and structure to the Aircraft Prototype Facility IDIQ contract that Dayton T. Brown won in 2011, which is nearing completion. DTB is one of the few independent engineering and testing organizations nationwide to meet the stringent requirements imposed by the Navy to be considered, such as compliance with AS9100C, which was a prerequisite for this bid.

The work is for the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division’s Aircraft Prototype Systems Division (APSD) and includes prototype air vehicle modification, mission systems, aircraft stores and support equipment designs, build-to-print technical data packages, kits, and installed systems for test and evaluation of new systems and capabilities, as well as fleet introduction. Task orders are expected to be executed out of DTB’s Hollywood, MD location, with engineering and procurement support from Bohemia, NY, as required.

“Winning this contract should allow us to continue to grow our presence in the Patuxent River area, as well as the staffing at our Hollywood, MD office in the coming years,” said Stephen Marini, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. “This is really a big win for the Company, and we look forward to competing for these task orders in the future.”

In addition to the Lot II award as prime, DTB is also a subcontractor on BAE System’s Lot I, large business award.

About Dayton T. Brown, Inc.

Dayton T. Brown, Inc. (DTB) has been synonymous with the pursuit of excellence and customer service for over 70 years. As a leader in the fields of testing, engineering, logistics, technical publications, and military mission systems, DTB has gained national respect and recognition. The Company was founded in 1950 and is headquartered on 32 acres in Bohemia, NY. Today, the Company is composed of three divisions, whose operations are widely diversified yet complement one another.

The Engineering & Test Division provides testing services for aerospace and defense, life support and survival equipment, and automobile, rail, transit, and other systems. Standalone engineering services include component and system evaluation, design and fabrication of specialized test equipment, field data acquisition, instrument calibration, design and failure analysis, preparation of test procedures, product improvement and reverse engineering services.

The Technical Services Division provides technical documentation and logistics/maintenance planning. Typical publication and illustration services include technical writing, technical illustration and graphics, data conversions, parts listing, and S1000D training and support. Logistics services include parts provisioning, supportability analysis, level of repair analysis, and other maintenance planning support.

The Mission Systems Division supports DoD rapid prototyping and limited production of updates to military aircraft and ground systems with a focus on the Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance community. We offer the breadth and depth of engineering expertise required to understand system requirements for design, prototyping, production, and support, delivering the best solution for your mission-critical program.

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