A joint venture of Amentum and InDyne has begun transition work on the potential 10-year, $900 million Atlantic Range Technical Support Services contract with the U.S. Navy.
Reliance Test & Technology started ARTSS contract transition activities in support of the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division in Patuxent River, Maryland, following the resolution of a contract protest, Amentum said Tuesday.
The ARTSS contract includes support services for Atlantic Test Ranges and Atlantic Targets and Marine Operations in several areas such as engineering, research and development, maintenance and support of equipment, facilities and systems to help NAWCAD meet its fleet training and operational testing missions.
Don Bishop, chairman of the board of directors at RT&T, said the company is eager to work with ATR/ATMO employees to support Pax River’s mission of delivering lifecycle support to naval aviation aircraft, systems and weapons used by Marines and sailors.
Tom White, general operations manager for the ARTSS contract at RT&T, is overseeing transition work. The company is set to take full responsibility on July 1.