SRA Announces Elite Team To Compete For FAA National Airspace System (NAS) Integration Support Contract (NISC III)

SRA Aviation, Inc., a subsidiary of SRA International, announced plans to beef up the competition by bringing in more SRA personnel to fight for the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) National Airspace System (NAS) Integration Support Contract (NISC III). SRA Aviation will compete with CSC, SAIC, Advance Management Technology, Inc. (AMTI), Honeywell, URS Corporation, Advancia Aeronautics, CSSI, INFINA, ISG and Veracity Engineering.

The company that is chosen for the NISC III contract will provide future air-traffic control systems along with operational services such as engineering, planning, automation, environmental solutions to the FAA. Work for the contract will be through FAA’s headquarters in Washington D.C. and require the expertise of about 900 employees, according to the press release.

images5“The SRA Aviation NISC III team is powered by some of the most skilled aviation experts and thought leaders in the industry, and brings together approximately 300, 000 professionals from around the country. The upcoming competition and award of NISC III provides the FAA with a well-timed opportunity to choose a team that will support its mission to achieve rapid modernization and quickly realize the benefits of NextGen, ” stated Stan Sloane, SRA President and CEO.

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