ACT I Lands Air Force Program Mgmt Support Contract; Neil Albert Quoted

Jeff Brody
Neil Albert

Advanced Concepts and Technologies International announced on Wednesday that the company has been awarded the “Program Management of Medical Modernization Planning, Programming, and Support Services” contract by the U.S. Air Force.

“With this award, we continue to expand our medical services support to the Air Force and also continue our growth in this important strategic market," said Neil Albert, president of ACT I. “We are proud to be able to support the Office of the Command Surgeon General in its efforts as the focal point for Combat Support modernization strategic planning.”

Under the contract, ACT I will provide program management support to modernize aerospace, ground medical assets and processes, develop HQ PACAF input to the Air Force Medical Services (AFMSA), execute and refine Capability Based Assessment reviews to identify/validate aerospace and ground-based medical capability gaps/shortfalls and subsequent validation and development of a priority list for modernization requirements.

In addition, ACT I will also collaborate and coordinate AFMS and Joint Research Development and Acquisitions efforts with Major Commands, Services, AFMS execution platforms 711th Health Performance Wing and 59th Medical Wing, the Joint community, and other agencies. 

All work will be performed at HQ Pacific Air Forces, Office of the Command Surgeon General, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, HI. 

About ACT I

ACT I is an ISO 9001:2015 certified small business and assessed at CMMI Level 3 for Services delivering mission-critical Total Acquisition Management, Cyber Security, and Foreign Military Sales solutions to customers across the globe. We are retained by the U.S. Department of Defense, Defense Health Agency, Department of Homeland Security and other Federal Agencies, and allied partners to support their most complex programs in the areas.

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