TASC on Team Awarded Contract with FAA

TASC, Inc. is a member of a team that has been awarded a contract to provide engineering and technical support to the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Aviation Weather Office. TASC will serve as a subcontractor to Basic to Commerce and Industry Inc (BCI) with a contract value for TASC of up to $5 million over five years.

Under the contract, TASC will provide acquisition and technical services in support of systems engineering, program management, performance management and implementation for the Air Traffic Organization Planning weather programs.

Pamela Drew, VP of enterprise systems at TASC, said “We have a well-established working relationship with the FAA and has been successfully providing it support over 20 years. This win capitalizes on the company’s experience supporting sustainment and modernization weather programs.”

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