GA-SI Awarded US Air Force Applied Technology for Landing Systems (ATLAS) II Project ID/IQ Contract


Jan 06, 2011

Kaysville, Utah, January 6, 2011: General Atomics Systems Integration, LLC (GA-SI) is one of two companies that have been awarded an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) contract by the United States Air Force (USAF) to perform on the Applied Technology for Landing Systems (ATLAS) II Project. This contract was issued by the 748 SCMG/PK Contracts Office at Hill Air Force Base (AFB) with technical cognizance under USAF Landing Gear Engineering at Hill AFB . The performance period for the ATLAS II is for a basic period of two-years and two one-year options, resulting in a possible performance period of four-years.

ATLAS II's objective is to obtain engineering services through a series of separately competed Task Orders in specific landing gear functional categories including: (1) landing gear structures; (2) rolling stock; (3) antiskid systems; (4) materials development/characterization; (5) processes; (6) business data (e.g., mgmt. of systems integration).

About GA-SI

General Atomics Systems Integration, LLC is an affiliated company of General Atomics. GA-SI provides engineering services to improve the operational safety and suitability of Department of Defense aircraft weapon systems by insertion of new technologies. GA-SI is headquartered in Kaysville, Utah and has offices in Midwest City, Oklahoma and Warner Robins, Georgia.

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