A Constellis received a firm award from Air Combat Command for the professional services required for its counter-narcotics initiative.
The work order for operations, maintenance, engineering and counter-narcotics analysis support services was presented to the management of the risk management company. Triple canopy through the General Services Administration An acquisition solution for integrated services indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract, Constellis said Wednesday.
Terry RyanCEO of Constellis and former Wash100 Price winner, highlighted the company’s dedication to the CD cause in several government media.
“We are leveraging OASIS and other premier federal IDIQ contracts to provide specialized operational and technical support services to meet increasing demands across all DC mission areas,” Ryan added.
The project will allow Triple Canopy to remain a key supporter of ACC’s DC efforts. It is expected to provide operation and maintenance services for CD surveillance and communication equipment.
Among the devices Triple Canopy will service are radar, commercial satellite systems, and radio systems.
James Noah, president of global support operations at Constellis, said the company intends to make the process a “seamless transition”, calling it an “important mission”. This is the company’s first contract under OASIS.
Ryan sat down with ExecutiveBiz for an Executive Spotlight maintenance in June 2021, a few months into his tenure as CEO. During the conversation, he shared the company’s goals in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Another goal is to increase operational efficiency, which we are doing by moving from consolidated service support at the enterprise level to a transfer of personnel functions such as finance, accounting, human resources and contracting to business units, while setting corporate standards to ensure compliance,” Ryan said.
The company’s focus on contracting in business units such as Triple Canopy likely played a role in the subsidiary being awarded jobs such as the ACC CD task order.