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Advanced Technology

Systems Company

(ATSC)

2010 Corporate Ridge Dr.

Suite 910

McLean VA 22102

Toll Free: (877) 525-7258

Tel: (703) 556-0557

Fax: (703) 525-7286

www.atscva.com

 

 

 

2014

Ambassador Dell Dailey joins ATSC Board of Advisors

Mr. Habib Debs, President & CEO of ATSC, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Dell Dailey, President of Dell Dailey and Family Consultants, LLC, to ATSC’s Board of Advisors. He is the former U.S. Ambassador at Large for Counterterrorism at the U.S. State Department, where he remains a strategic advisor. In addition to serving as the State Department’s Coordinator for Counterterrorism, Ambassador Dailey spent 36 years in the U.S. Army, ending his career as Director of the Center for Special Operations (CSO), U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM). Through his lengthy and varied U.S. Government association, he brings a unique blend of leadership, talent, insight, creativity, and practical experience to ATSC’s persistent efforts to find solutions to the security challenges of the United States and her partners.

As the Dept of State‘s Coordinator for Counterterrorism, Ambassador Dailey served as the principal advisor to Secretary Rice and Secretary Clinton on international counterterrorism matters, and was responsible for taking a leading role in developing coordinated strategies to defeat terrorists abroad and in securing the cooperation of international partners to that end.

 

During his distinguished Army career General Dailey participated in numerous major military operations such as DESERT SHIELD, DESERT STORM, JOINT GUARDIAN, ENDURING FREEDOM and IRAQI FREEDOM, progressively dealing with more complex and serious threats to national security and incorporating the Joint Inter-Agency and Inter-Governmental tools needed to mitigate and defeat those threats.

 

Ambassador Dailey was born into an Army family in Flandreau, South Dakota. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1971 and earned a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Shippensburg University in 1994. In 2008, The West Point Association of Graduates recognized him as a Distinguished Graduate and the youngest at that time. He is a 2010 U.S. Army Aviation Hall of Fame member. He was inducted into the U.S. Army Ranger Hall of Fame in 2014.

 

After over thirty-five domestic and international relocations, Ambassador Dailey and his family reside permanently in Placida, Florida.

2014

Advanced Technology Systems Company Wins Mobile Hybrid Power Generation Trailer Contract with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Support of a Border Surveillance Program

 

Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) is pleased to announce that in July 2014 The US Army Corps of Engineers, Transatlantic Division, Middle East District (TAM) awarded a multi-million USD contract to ATSC for Mobile Hybrid Power Generator Trailers. This contract provides the hybrid generators, related spare parts, training, and manuals to support a strategic foreign partner. The trailers are modified for military use and manufactured in the US.

2014

 

Advanced Technology Systems Company Awarded $49.6M IDIQ to Provide Counter-IED solutions

                                                                           

Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) President and CEO Habib Debs is pleased to announce that on August 14 2014 The United States Army Research Laboratory (ARL) in collaboration with the Joint Improvised Explosive Device Defeat Organization (JIEDDO) selected ATSC for a base award in support of the Counter-IED Culvert Inspection Challenge. It is a $49.6 million multiple award ID/IQ contract established to find innovative solutions for surveillance and inspection in or around roadway culverts, tunnels and tunneling events under roadways, and roadway craters to defeat Improvised Explosive Device (IED) emplacements. 

 Habib Debs specifically emphasized the essential role played by ATSC’s engineering team for their efforts to win this competitive award and to internalize and deliver real answers to end user requirements, adding that ATSC’s advanced robotic solution is expected to perform initial tasks by early November 2014. 

2014

Advanced Technology Systems Company awarded $231M Third Party Logistics IDIQ contract with the US Air Force.

                                                                                                                

Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) is pleased to announce that The United States Air Force has selected ATSC as a prime contractor for the Robins Air Force Base Third Party Logistics (3PL) Follow-on Service Acquisition contract, a $231,000,000 ceiling firm-fixed-price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) vehicle designed to provide services necessary to source, acquire and ensure delivery of a broad range of support equipment items, on demand, to the warfighter. The contract has a total period of performance of seven years and includes a dedicated contract allocation of twenty-five percent to support foreign military sales.  ATSC President & CEO Habib Debs is pleased to announce that we have been awarded the first Task Order, and he highlighted ATSC’s strong history in providing quality Integrated Logistics Support to both U.S. and Allied military forces and our experience in successfully executing FMS cases.

2014

FORCE PROTECTION OMNIBUS Option Exercised – ATSC is poised to deliver

        

US Army, RDECOM, Natick Contracting Division (NDC) has exercised a 30 month option period on ATSC’s Force Protection Omnibus contract. This adds an additional $300,000,000 of ceiling to the IDIQ.  This contract provides world-wide access to force protection capabilities with modular systems, equipment, and components that can be used as stand-alone or integrated systems to protect small to large mission areas.

During the base period, ATSC was the only company competitively selected to provide $27m in equipment protecting US and Allied nations. With an additional two year option, ATSC is firmly footed to continue providing inside-the-wire and outside-the wire Force Protection and early warning systems.  This IDIQ has over $960,000,000 of contract ceiling remaining.  US Government Agencies and allied partners may procure the requirements through the Army RDECOM NCD and have them delivered to CONUS and/or OCONUS sites.

2014

ATSC among Virginia’s 50 Fastest Growing Companies

 

 

(Mclean, VA) - ATSC was recently named by the Virginia Chamber of Commerce as one of Virginia’s Fantastic 50 companies for 2014. ATSC was recognized for its achievements in growth and business success at the Awards Banquet on the evening of May 1, 2014. ATSC is honored to have been selected for this prestigious award and congratulates all fellow awardees on their successes and recognition.

The Virginia Fantastic 50 is the only statewide competition held by the Virginia Chamber of Commerce to recognize 50 of Virginia’s fastest-growing companies.

Mr. Habib Debs, President  & CEO of ATSC, said in regards to the award “The award is further proof that our teamwork, persistence, creativity, leadership, and dedication to our customers is the backbone of our organic growth strategy”.

Advanced Technology Systems Company “ATSC” has been serving US Government and Allied Governments for more than 15 years. ATSC offers a wide variety of solutions and services in the areas of Logistics, Force Protection, Secure Communications, Border Protection, and Cyber Security with strong experience in Foreign Military Sales (FMS) Programs.

2013

Lieutenant General Guy C. Swan III joins ATSC Board of Advisors

 

Mr. Habib Debs, CEO and President of Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Lieutenant General Guy C. Swan III to its Board of Advisors.  General Swan brings a unique experience in the areas of homeland security, emergency management, disaster response and congressional and government affairs.

 

 

 

 

General Swan is the Vice President for Education at the Association of the United States Army (AUSA) and the Executive Director of the Institute of Land Warfare in Arlington, VA.

 

 

 

 

General Swan is a Certified Emergency Manager (CEM) and a Certified Protection Professional (CPP), board certified in security and risk management, and has worked closely with senior officials in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on border security and disaster response issues and during federal response operations and National Level Exercises (NLE).

 

 

 

 

He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, FEMA's National Advisory Council, the Aspen Institute Homeland Security Group, the American Society of Association Executives (ASAE), the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD), and is a Life Member of the West Point Association of Graduates, the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA), he and is the President of the West Point Society of the District of Columbia.  General Swan is active on the boards of Clear Path Technologies, Inc., Guardian Centers, Inc., and the Army Distaff Foundation.

 

 

 

 

During General Swan's 35 year military career, he served as a General Officer for three commands and is a Veteran of the 1991 Gulf War and the Iraq War (2008-09). General Swan completed his military service as the Commanding General of U.S. Army North (Fifth Army) in December 2011.

 

 

 

 

General Swan graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point and holds a Master's Degree from Georgetown University in national security affairs and a Master's Degree from the School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS) in strategic operations.  He was also a National Security Fellow at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2013

ATSC WINS a contract to support M60 Tanks

Advanced Technology Systems Company was recently awarded a contract for the procurement of parts for M60 tanks.  The contract award was based on ATSC's excellent past performance in the fields of parts procurement and obsolescence management. 

For inquiries regarding this project please contact us at info@atscva.com.

2013

ATSC WINS a contract to support Cherokee Vehicles

Advanced Technology Systems Company is pleased to announce that is has been awarded a contract for providing spare parts and logistics support for Cherokee vehicles. 

This contract highlights ATSC's unique and proven capability for parts procurement and support.

For inquiries regarding this project please contact us at info@atscva.com.

2013

ATSC WINS A $26 MILLION DOLLAR TURNKEY CONTRACT FOR A SECURE UHF COMMUNICATION SYSTEM

 

U.S. Army CECOM awarded ATSC a $26 Million Dollar contract to provide a nationwide secure UHF communication system. This is a turn-key project that will include procurement, installation, training and warranty services for regional command centers, repeater sites, mobile and fixed sites in addition to handheld radios.  

For inquiries regarding this project please contact us at info@atscva.com.

2013

ATSC WINS ANOTHER MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR SUSTAINMENT CONTRACT FOR NON-STANDARD AIRCRAFT

 

ATSC was recently awarded a five year Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA) contract to provide sustainment logistics for various non-standard aircraft types. Under this contract, ATSC will supply major components, spare parts, Repair and Return, technical assistance, training, Field Engineers to support K8, GROB and AN-74 aircraft.

For inquiries regarding this project please contact us at info@atscva.com.

2013

Advanced Technology Systems Company is proud to be a gold sponsor with this year's Wounded and Fallen EOD Warriors and their Families Event

 

The EOD Warrior Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that serves the EOD community by providing assistance to active-duty wounded, injured or ill EOD warriors, wounded EOD veterans and families of our fallen EOD warriors.  The organization also maintains the EOD Memorial Wall in honor of our fallen EOD warriors. The Foundation believes the EOD family is for life and is committed to providing the necessary assistance and ongoing support to our EOD warriors and their families.

EOD stands for Explosive Ordnance Disposal, relating to the disarming and disposal of bombs. On the battlefields in Iraq and Afghanistan, bombs known as improvised explosive devices (IEDs) are responsible for the majority of injuries and fatalities.  EOD Technicians are considered to have one of the most dangerous occupations in the military and willingly put themselves in harm's way to protect the lives of others.

2013

ATSC WINS $249,300,000 ID/IQ CONTRACT FOR PRODUCT MANAGER-FORCE PROTECTION SYSTEMS                                            (PdM-FPS) SERVICES OMNIBUS

 

       

 

Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a $249,300,000 ID/IQ contract with DOD's Product Manager - Force Protection Systems (PdM-FPS) Services Omnibus. ATSC will provide services to PdM-FPS encompassing: Force Protection/Physical Security Equipment (FP/PSE); Integrated Base Defense; drawn-down efforts; efforts of other government agencies during all phases of the acquisition life cycle including pre-award, acquisition, production, deployment, and operations; and support for FP/PSE developmental and non-developmental programs and projects to ensure the process is fully integrated with respect to design, production, test and evaluation, fielding, operational, and logistic support.

For inquiries regarding this project please contact us at info@atscva.com.

2013

UH-1H

 

Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) was awarded an $11 Million Dollar contract by the U.S. Army Contracting Command, Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. Under this contract, ATSC will supply and support avionic and electrical equipment, major and structural components and aircraft spares for the UH-1H.

This contract is further proof of ATSC's ability to locate and supply quality legacy parts.

For inquiries regarding this project please contact us at info@atscva.com.

2013

ATSC WINS MODIFICATION TO U.S Army TACOM CONTRACT

Based on our strong past record of delivering on time quality services, Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) was recently awarded a modification to a contract with U.S Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM) to deliver and install components for the M1-A1 Tank Small Parts Paint Booth.  

ATSC is currently on track with the deliveries and the work is scheduled to be completed in August 2013. 

For inquiries regarding this project please contact us at info@atscva.com.

2013

YPR-765 IFV

ATSC has won a new million dollar contract for sustainment logistic to support an allied country YPR-765, a tracked light armored vehicle which serves as an infantry fighting vehicle.

This is the fourth contract that ATSC wins in the last three years, which once more proves our unique capability in finding legacy parts.

For inquiries regarding this project please contact us at info@atscva.com.

2013

ATSC delivers Rapid Reaction Tunnel Detection Kits to US Army

Advanced Technology Systems Company has delivered 51 Rapid Reaction Tunnel Detection (R2TD) kits to the U.S Army, for $27.4 million.  This contract is the first under the $997,000,000 Force Protection Omnibus ID/IQ contract.

ATSC worked with U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC), to acquire, integrate, test and deliver the R2TD kits for installation at selected sites in Afghanistan.  The R2TD kits are comprised of a suite of active and passive electronic detection subsystems that enable receiving facilities to detect covert tunneling activities and enhance the overall security of the sites for US and Allied Forces in the region.  Each kit was designed to tackle specific tasks in theater ranging from perimeter security and surveillance to tunnel detection and inspection.

ATSC delivered all the materials on time under the accelerated delivery schedule of 90, 120 and 150 days for various kits.  

 

 

 

ATSC is providing 24/7 help desk warranty support for fielded equipment.

 

 

 

2012

ATSC welcomes Greg Gardner to the Advisory Board

 

 

Mr. Habib Debs, President and CEO of Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) has appointed Mr. Greg Gardner to the ATSC Advisory Board. Greg brings a distinguished background and experience with the US Defense Industry, Intelligence Community and DoD.  "I want to welcome Greg to our Advisory Board and am looking forward to his creative and professional support as we expand our business with the Intelligence Community, Security Surveillance and IT".

 

 

 

 

 

Mr. Gardner is currently the Chief Architect, NetApp Defense Solutions, based in Vienna, Virginia. Greg leverages his decades of government service and IT experience to provide NetApp's U.S. Public Sector team with all aspects of defense-focused support

 

 

 

Greg was previously the Deputy Chief Information Officer (DCIO) for the Intelligence Community (IC), and also spent time at Oracle where for five years he was Vice President of Homeland Security Solutions and Public Sector Strategy.   He also served a career in the United States Army, retiring in 2004 as a Colonel with 30 years of commissioned service.

 

 

 

During his final military assignment, Greg was responsible for Joint Command and Control in the Command, Control, Communications, and Computers Directorate of the Joint Staff.  There he developed the prototype of the Joint Protected Enterprise Network (JPEN) that enables force protection information to be securely shared amongst Defense Department organizations.

Greg's military assignments include leadership positions in infantry, airborne, and ranger units and command of the 1st Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82d Airborne Division, and the 3rd United States Infantry (The Old Guard).

A 1974 graduate of the United States Military Academy with a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering, Greg also holds Master's Degrees in Industrial Relations / Personnel Management from The Krannert School, Purdue University, Military Art and Science from the Army's School of Advanced Military Studies, and Strategy and Policy from the Naval War College.  Greg is currently a PhD candidate in IT Management at Capella University and an Adjunct Professor in the Volgenau School of Engineering at George Mason University.  He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional.

We are proud to have Greg as the newest member of the ATSC Advisory Board.

 

 

 

 

2012

Tom Mitchell joins ATSC Board of Advisors

Mr. Habib Debs, CEO and President of Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Tom Mitchell to its Board of Advisors. Tom is known for his leadership and ability to achieve top line growth through strategic planning and execution through disciplined processes.

Tom was the President and COO of ManTech Security and Mission Assurance Corporation and is currently Managing Partner of Vettem, LLC, providing executive coaching and consulting services in the areas of Strategic Planning, Business Management and Operations, Business Intelligence, Business Development and Acquisition & Due Diligence support.

Mr. Mitchell is a retired US Army colonel with an extensive background in special operations, intelligence, cyber, crisis response, consequence management, force protection and critical infrastructure protection.

2012

ATSC WINS A CONTRACT TO DELIVER THE FORCE PROTECTION OMNIBUS - RAPID REACTION TUNNEL DETECTION (R2TD)

VALUED AT $15,600,000

Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) has been awarded by U.S Army Contracting Command, Natick Contracting Division, the contract to deliver the Force Protection Omnibus - Rapid Reaction Tunnel Detection (R2TD).  This award is the first made under the $997,000,000 Force Protection Omnibus ID/IQ contract. This Delivery Order (D.O. #1) base value is $15.6 million.

Under this contract, ATSC will work with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC), to acquire, integrate, test and deliver the R2TD, for installation at selected sites in Afghanistan.  The R2TD is comprised of suite of subsystems that will enable the receiving facilities the ability to detect covert tunneling activities, and enhance the overall security of the sites and US and Allied Forces in the region. 

2012

ATSC WINS A CONTRACT FOR M1-A1 PAINT BOOTH

                                                                 

Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) won a competitive bid with the US Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM) to design, fabricate and install component upgrades for six paint booth structures at a coproduction facility for M1-A1 Tanks for an allied military customer. The program duration is ten months.

 For inquires regarding this project please contact us at info@atscva.com.

2012

ATSC MOVES ITS GULF COAST OPERATIONS OFFICE TO NEW LOCATION IN OCEAN SPRINGS, MISSISSIPPI  

Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) is pleased to announce the relocation of our office to Ocean Springs, Mississippi.  This office located at 2113 Government Street, Suite 1, will serve as headquarters for Gulf Coast Operations for ATSC.  Mr. Ken White has been named the ATSC Area Manager of the Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) segment of corporate business and will direct our ILS operations in Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida.

From ATSC headquarters in McLean, Virginia: Mr. Habib Debs, President and CEO, said, "We have worked very hard to expand our ILS capabilities and are establishing this office to enable us to better serve our NAVSEA, USCG, and commercial partners.  Ken White and his team have decades of experience and will be able to respond rapidly and personally to the needs of our Gulf Coast customers.

For inquires regarding this project please contact us at info@atscva.com.

2011

ATSC WINS A CONTRACT TO PROVIDE C4ISR SYSTEMS COMPONENTS FOR THE FAST MISSILE CRAFT

VALUED AT $14,000,000

Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) was awarded a $14 Million contract by VT Halter Marine (VTHM) to provide C4ISR systems components, specialized tools and test equipment for the Fast Missile Craft (FMC) $800 Million program. This is the fifth award by VTHM to ATSC concerning the FMC program. The $14M contract will be executed over the next 2 years. VTHM is the prime contractor for the Fast Missile Craft with the USN/NAVSEA. ATSC is the subcontractor for VTHM and continues to provide all the Integrated Logistics Support to the Fast Missile Craft program since the initial design phase in 2006.

This program is being managed through ATSC's Pascagoula, Mississippi office.

2011

ATSC WINS CONTRACT WITH Force Protection Systems Omnibus (IBD)

valued at $997,000,000

July 27th, 2011

McLean, Virginia

 

Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) of McLean, Virginia is pleased to announce today the receipt of the Notice of Award for the Force Protection Systems Omnibus contract from the US ARMY RDECOM.

"This Omnibus contract enhances the capabilities of our Armed Forces to improve security and awareness of our troops through the use of the advanced proven Force Protection Systems in military bases around the world", said Habib Edouard Debs, President and CEO of ATSC.

ATSC and seven other small business companies have been selected by US Army, RDECOM, Natick Contracting Division.  The base three year contract is $697,000,000.00 for two years and one (2) year option period for $300,000,000.00 for the total contract amount of $997,000,000.00

2011

Ronald F. Silva, P.E., PMP

Rear Admiral, USCG (retired)

Advanced Technology Systems Company

Board of Advisors

Mr. Habib Debs, President and CEO of Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) announces that Rear Admiral (USCG, ret) Ron Silva has been appointed to the ATSC Board of Advisors.

 

"Admiral Silva brings unique, multi-disciplined expertise to our growing organization in the field of Logistics, Homeland Security, Engineering and Construction", said Habib Debs during the last meeting of the ATSC Board of Advisors.

 

Admiral Silva served in the US Coast Guard for over 33 years in a variety of engineering, facilities management, logistics services and operational assignments.  He held seven command positions totaling 18 years.  He served as the Ninth USCG District Commander, directing all Coast Guard maritime operations and homeland security for the Great Lakes region. Before that, he was the Assistant Commandant for Systems and Chief Engineer and Logistician for the Coast Guard at its headquarters in Washington, DC, where he was responsible for the readiness of all Coast Guard capital assets valued at $27 billion, which included 23,000 structures (33 million SF), 230 ships, 1,400 boats, 200 aircraft, and tens of thousands of electronics and computer equipment and systems.

 

Admiral Silva's education includes a Bachelor of Science from the US Coast Guard Academy, a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Illinois, and a Master of Engineering Administration from The George Washington University.  He is a registered Professional Engineer in the Commonwealth of Virginia and became credentialed as Project Management Professional (PMP) in 2008.  He is also a Fellow and Life Member of the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) and has held national leadership positions for over 10 years.  Additionally, he is Co-Chair of the U.S. Coast Guard National Retiree Council; a position that he has held since September 2010.

 

2011

ATSC DELIVERS MOBILE CRIME LAB VEHICLES TO US ARMY TACOM

 

            

Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) of Mclean, Virginia has designed, built and integrated three mobile crime lab vehicles with a mobile command and control communication center that is powered through alternative energy. Those vehicles were delivered to a foreign government military police under an FMS contract with the US Army Tank Automotive Command.

For inquires regarding this project please contact us at info@atscva.com.

2011

ATSC COMPLETES INSTALLATION AND INTEGRATION OF A BASE STATION FOR US ARMY TACOM

 

Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) of Mclean, Virginia has completed the installation and integration of a fixed command and control base station in North Africa that is equipped with long range HF radios and alternative energy source

For inquires regarding this project please contact us at info@atscva.com.

2011

YPR-765 IFV

 

 

 

ATSC has won a new sustainment logistic contract for support of an allied country YPR-765, a tracked light armored vehicle which serves as an infantry fighting vehicle.

This is the third contract that ATSC wins in the last two years, which once more proves our capability in the logistic world.

 

For inquires regarding this project please contact us at info@atscva.com.

2011

ATSC WINS FMS CONTRACT FOR REPAIR AND OVERHAUL OF TANK TRANSPORTERS

Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) of Mclean, Virginia has been awarded an FMS contract to establish a depot facility for 193 Tank Transporters. In addition ATSC will supply test equipment, tools, Field Support Rep (FSR), training, services, parts and equipment for the repair and overhaul of the Cummins NTC-350/400 engines. While most of the work will be performed in Cairo, Egypt, technical support for design deliverables and quality assurance will be provided from ATSC's Mclean office. This program is expected to be completed by the end of 2012.

For inquires regarding this project please contact us at info@atscva.com.

2011

ATSC WINS CONTRACT WITH U.S.NAVY/NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND

Advanced Technology Systems Company of Mclean, Virginia has been awarded a contract to restore USN Building #41, Operational Supply Warehouse, and Naval Medical Research Unit No.3 (NAMRU-3). The work to be performed includes demolition, excavation, utilities, fire protection, environmental, civil, electrical and mechanical work.  Work will be performed at the USN facility in North Africa and is expected to be completed in July, 2011. The Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Europe Africa Southwest Asia in Naples, Italy is the contracting command.

For inquires regarding this project please contact us at info@atscva.com .

2010

Egyptian Navy Fast Missile Craft Phase IV Signed

$165,000,000.00 Contract

 

 

US Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) has awarded a contract to build a fourth Fast Missile Craft (FMC) for the Egyptian Navy.  With VT Halter Marine as the shipbuilder and Prime, ATSC is the Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) subcontractor for this $165 Million FMS program.

 

The FMC is designed to perform coastal patrol, surveillance, interdiction, surface strike and naval battle group support for the 21st century. The vessels will allow the Republic of Egypt to maintain the security of its coastal regions for both itself and friendly countries, while denying access to the areas by any potential adversaries. Each vessel will be approximately 62m in length and will incorporate ship signature control technology. High speed and maneuverability are two of the ships primary assets to fulfill these roles. The vessels will also incorporate numerous combat system assets and electronic sensors, equipping the vessels with capabilities in anti-aircraft, anti-surface and electronic warfare. 

For inquires regarding this project please contact us at info@atscva.com.

2010

ATSC Teamed with Marinette Marine Corporation

Response Boat - Medium (RB-M)

Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) has teamed with Marinette Marine Corporation (MMC) in their construction program of Response Boat - Medium (RBM) for an international client.  ATSC will provide all Integrated Logistics Support, Training, Technical Manuals, Spare Parts and Maintenance Analysis, and Warranty Support. 

RB-M is a self-righting, 45-foot all-aluminum boat with twin diesel engines and water jet propulsion. It includes multiple navigation displays, a wireless crew communication system, an Infra Red (IR) camera, shock mitigating seating and a climate controlled cabin. The US Coast Guard awarded MMC a contract valued at $600M to build and deliver a fleet of as many as 180 vessels.  The self-righting capability allows the RB-M to operate in higher seas than the 41' Utility Boats they replace ensuring the crew and rescued survivors come home safely.

2010

Rear Admiral Thomas J. "TJ" Wilson II was appointed as Corporate Vice President of Advanced Technology System Company (ATSC) on July 22, 2010.

 

 

ATSC announced that retired Rear Admiral Thomas J. "TJ" Wilson III was appointed as Corporate Vice President.  He reports directly to Habib Debs the President and CEO of ATSC.  "We are delighted to welcome Tom to ATSC's Management team," said Habib Debs.  "His background as a Navy Flag Officer brings to ATSC a wealth of knowledge and experience in the Maritime business"

 

Rear Admiral Wilson is a native of Charleston, S.C., and graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1973.  He served at sea in various  cruisers, carriers and a destroyer in both the Atlantic and Pacific Fleets. 

 

While in command of USS BARBEY (FF 1088) Rear Admiral Wilson  deployed to the Arabian Gulf, arriving 2 August 1990 and was part of the initial Gulf maritime interception operations for Operation Desert Shield.     As commanding officer of USS VICKSBURG (CG 69) he focused on  joint and combined operations in the European, Atlantic and Central command areas.  VICKSBURG operated with allied forces in Operation Sharp Guard and Deny Flight and  provided life saving services for Cuban asylum seekers in Operation Able Vigil.  He also continued operations in the Arabian Gulf in the embargo operations then underway against Iraq. As a flag officer he commanded Standing Naval Force Atlantic

 

Ashore Rear Admiral Wilson served in training and personnel assignment billets and was Chief, Pacific Command Division, Current Operations Directorate on the Joint Staff.  As a flag officer he was the Deputy Director Surfae Warfare Division on the Navy Headquarters Staff and Oceanographer and Navigator of the Navy.  This jobs gave Admiral Wilson extensive insight in the Navy budgeting process.

 

 

Since his retirement from the Navy in 2003, Admiral Wilson has had successive industry jobs at the executive level, working with both large and small companies in the defense and aerospace arenas.  He joins ATSC as Corporate Vice President bringing a wealth of knowledge and experience in defense work.

2009

Merrick (Mac) Carey joins ATSC Board of Advisors

 

Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Merrick (Mac) Carey to its Board of Advisors.  His extensive experience in national security, policy research and operational experience will enhance the existing strengths of ATSC in meeting worldwide defense and security requirements

 

Habib Debs, CEO and President of ATSC, said Mac Carey is a remarkably gifted and insightful executive.  As ATSC continues to build on our record of success, Macs experience and skills will play an integral part in this forward movement.

Mac is founder and currently CEO of the renowned Lexington Institute, a public policy think tank dedicated to advancing democratic capitalism and a strong national defense. Previously, Mac was Press Secretary to Representative Jack Kemp, Chief of Staff to Representative James Courter, a member of the House Armed Services and Iran-Contra Committees, and Director of Intergovernmental Affairs for New Jersey Governor Thomas Kean. From 1990-1993, Carey was Executive Vice President of the international economic advisory firm Johnson Smick International. Mac also served from 1989 through 1996 as an Intelligence Officer in the United States Naval Reserve and was a mobilized reservist for Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm.  He also served as an Air Intelligence Officer in 1996 preparing missions and flying with VP-11 in support of Operation Decisive Edge over Bosnia.

2009

M48-A5 MBT

 

 

ATSC has won a sustainment logistic contract for support of a foreign military army M48-A5 Main Battle Tank.

 

For inquires regarding this project please contact us at info@atscva.com.

2009

YPR-765 IFV

 

 

 

ATSC has won a sustainment logistic contract for support of a foreign military army YPR-765 a tracked light armored vehicle which serves as an infantry fighting vehicle.

 

For inquires regarding this project please contact us at info@atscva.com.

2009

Paint Booth Construction

 

ATSC has won a competitive bid with the US Army Tank and Automotive Command to build a paint booth reconditioning facility for heavy tracked vehicles for an allied military customer. The program duration is one year.

 

For inquires regarding this project please contact us at info@atscva.com.

2009

Upgrade of Grit Blast System

 

 

 

 

ATSC has won a competitive bid with the US Army Corps of Engineers to build a Grit Blast System for an allied military customer. The program duration is one year.

 

For inquires regarding this project please contact us at info@atscva.com.

2009

DHC-5 Buffalo Aircraft

 

 

 

US Army Research Development Engineering Command ( RDECOM) awarded ATSC a multi million dollar sustainment logistic contract in support of the DHC-5 Buffalo aircraft for an allied military customer.

For inquires regarding this project please contact us at info@atscva.com.

2009

R2-3G

 

 

ATSC is proud to announce that it has been selected to participate in the CECOM Rapid Response 3rd Generation R2-3G Indefinite Delivery / Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) contracting vehicle.

This contracting vehicle is intended to shorten the procurement cycle for all Government Agencies.

 

For inquires regarding this project please contact us at info@atscva.com.

2009

Border Surveillance Communications Systems (Phase II)

 

 

ATSC has been awarded a second phase of a contract to provide training and installation services on a large border security communications project under FMS case. The task involves installation of different types of radio communication sets on patrol vehicles, base stations, and repeaters and developing maintenance and troubleshooting training courses.

 

For inquires regarding this project please contact us at info@atscva.com.

 2009

 

 

 

Nation Wide Communications Systems (Phase III)

 

ATSC has been awarded a third phase of a contract to provide training and installation services for a nation wide communications project under FMS case. This is a 3 years contract.

 

For inquires regarding this project please contact us at info@atscva.com.

October 2008

ATSC OpensPascagoula, Mississippi Offices

Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) is pleased to announce the establishment of an office in Pascagoula, Mississippi.  This office, located at 3207 Magnolia Street in the Hancock Bank Building, will serve as headquarters for Gulf Coast Operations for ATSC.  Mr William (Bill) Elwell has been named the ATSC manager-in-charge of the Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) segment of corporate business and will direct our ILS operations in Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida.

From ATSC headquarters in Virginia: Mr. Habib Debs, CEO, has said, We have worked very hard to expand our ILS capabilities and are establishing this office to enable us to better serve our NAVSEA, USCG, and commercial partners.  Bill Elwell and his team have decades of experience and will be able to respond rapidly, and personally, to our Gulf Coast customers needs.

For inquires regarding this project please contact us at info@atscva.com.

September 2008

Egyptian Navy Fast Missile Craft Phase II Signed

$642,000,000.00 Contract

 

 

US Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) has signed authorization to proceed with Phase II of the Egyptian Navys Fast Missile Craft (FMC) program.  With VT Halter Marine as the shipbuilder and Prime, ATSC is the Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) subcontractor for this $642 Million FMS program.

The FMC will feature state-of-the-art ship design and the best exportable weapons system on this class of vessel.  The ship will be a high speed patrol craft with anti-air and anti-surface weapons, active and passive countermeasures, and electronic warfare capabilities

Phase I of this FMC program addressed the conceptual design of the ship with full integration of all the ships systems, weapons, and sensors.  Phase II is a multi-year effort that will encompass full scope ILS development, training, spares, documentation and warranty work.

September 2008

ATSC Prepares for Mobile C3 Product Demos in Eastern Europe

 

Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) is preparing to perform real-time demonstrations of its Mobile Command and Control System (MCCS 2020) to satisfy invitations from several European allies during November and December.  The MCCS 2020 is a man-portable, stand-alone Command, Communications and Control center designed for the First Responder, be that response civil or military.  After being shown the capabilities of the mobile C3 center in the ATSC Mclean, Virginia headquarters, several of the European nations have requested live demonstrations in their national capitals.

Azerbaijan, Croatia, Czech Republic, Macedonia, Romania, Slovakia, and other area nations are interested in the MCCS 2020 ability to maintain communications between cell phones, HF/VHF/UHF radios, and satellite phones while also integrating video and other sensor signals displayed on its computer display.  This connectivity will continue even after one or more communication nodes become inoperative.  The wide flexibility of communications formats and the self-healing network ability makes the MCCS 2020 an ideal choice for First Responders and Perimeter Security operations of both civil and military nature.

August 2008

ATSC Offers State-of-the-Art Ships Bridge Simulator

 

 

Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) has been selected by an overseas client for a full scale, state-of-the-art ships bridge simulator to better train their bridge crews for all sea states, heavy seaborne traffic and other environmental challenges.  This simulator system presents full size views of the outside world to the captain and his crew that instantly reflects changes in shipboard control inputs.

July 2008

ATSC Leads Best Qualified Team for OSPREY  Mine hunter Overhaul & Repair
 

 
 

Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) is leading a team of original builders to overhaul, repair and upgrade the OSPREY Coastal Mine Hunters of the Egyptian Navy.  The Mclean, Virginia program management, logistics and system integration firm has put together a team composed of the original OSPREY manufacturers Fincantieri , L-3Com MAPP  and Raytheon that outfitted this ship class when it was built for the US Navy.  ATSC will provide engineering support, program management, training, logistics support and Follow-On Technical Services (FOTS). 

The Egyptian Navys OSPREYs are 2 of the 12 MHC-51 class mine sweepers designed and operated by the US Navy through the 1990s until 2007.  They are designed to find, classify, and destroy naval mines by use high-definition, variable-depth sonar, and video.

ATSC led the team that performed the initial survey of these ships for the Egyptian Navy earlier this year in Alexandria, Egypt.  That team was under the management of an ATSC Program Manager who served as a former US Navy OSPREY Executive Officer.

July 2008

ATSC Selected In Final Bid for Deep Dive Hyperbaric Chamber Project

 

 

Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) of Mclean, Virginia has been selected to offer its design for a hyperbaric chamber under a program known as Deep Dive.  This chamber is intended to serve both training and actual medical needs.  The Hyperbaric Chamber will accommodate up to 12 people.

ATSC leads a team of hyperbaric chamber experts and naval architects to meet the unique needs of this project. An interesting feature in the ATSC design is that there is no need to make technically difficult welds on site during installation. This will allow the site preparation and Deep Dive installation to have significantly less risk than other techniques.

 

June 2008

 

ATSC Teams with Maritime Security Strategies for Coastal Security Craft

 

 

Advanced Technology Systems Company (ATSC) has teamed with Maritime Security Strategies (MSS) as they offer a technologically advanced, cost effective naval patrol ship in the 42-meter (137 ft) class.  ATSC will provide the acquisition logistics management, the initial support, and follow-on spares needed to make this ship a true turn-key choice for prospective navies.

This ship is designed to be easily reconfigured to provide custom mission capability for the full range of coastal security missions.  Most impressively, the leading-edge shipbuilding technology employed allows this vessel to have a delivery time from 12-15 months from order placement.  The robust mechanical and electronic power systems, the configuration flexibility, rapid delivery and low initial cost make this Coastal Security Craft very attractive to Mediterranean, Baltic, Central and South American nations.

2007-2011

 

Anti-Terrorism Force Protection (ATFP)

ATSC was selected as a member of Raytheons team for the Anti-Terrorism Force Protection (ATFP). ATSC will provide the following Logistics Support Services and Products:

  • Integrated Logistic Support
  • Follow-on Technical Support (FOTS)
  • Configuration Management (CM)
  • Material Acquisition
  • Harbor Protection System HPS2000
  • Border Protection System BPS2500
  • CCTV
  • Tactical Fiber Optics
  • Access Control
  • Biometrics
  • Specialized Construction
  • Engineering Support
  • Communication Systems

 

On 14 March 2007, Raytheon Technical Services Company of Reston, VA, received notification of award of the Commander, Naval Intelligence Center/Naval Facilities Administration Command Anti-Terrorism Force Protection Ashore Program, a firm-fixed price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity multiple award contract for procurement, installation, and sustainment of Anti-Terrorism Force Protection Ashore Program equipment at naval installations worldwide.   The other winners were Lockheed Martin, Honeywell, and Northrop Grumman.  The total amount per year is not to exceed $100,000,000; and the cumulative total for all four contracts over the entire contract term is $500,000,000 (base period and four one-year options).