TQS received notice that it has been selected for award of a Phase I Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract by the Air Force. The topic, AF182-016 “Predictive Analytics for Optimal Repair Determination” falls within a TQS’ core competency of data mining and analysis for maintenance improvements, cost reductions, and improved reliability for high cost […]
TQS was awarded a new Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase I contract by the Department of Commerce’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to develop an automated “Permit Wizard” on July 17, 2018. This topic seeks development of an automated permit assistant for marine aquaculture. TQS will draw on its considerable enterprise software development […]
On July 31st, 2018, TQS was awarded a certificate by the U.S. Air Force Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)/ Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) Program Office. This award recognizes our strong partnership with the Air Force to accelerate the transition of SBIR/STTR-developed technologies into real-world military and commercial applications. To qualify, TQS accomplished multiple verified […]
On 23 April 2018, the Procurement Executive Officer (PEO) declared TQS’s Contingency Acquisition Support Model (cASM) has reached Initial Operating Capability (IOC) in compliance with the cASM Capability Development Document (CDD). cASM is an Acquisition Category (ACAT) III system used by the DoD to initiate, develop, staff and approve standardized contract-ready procurement requirements packages. TQS […]
TQS has been awarded a subcontract by ARRAY Information Technologies to continue sustainment of the Defense Repair Information Logistics System (DRILS) (G200). TQS designed and deployed DRILS for the Air Force in 2000 and sustained it as the prime contractor until 2013. In 2013 the Air Force moved sustainment to the NETCENTS 2 contract vehicle. […]
As a continuing effort to support Warfighters overseas and stationed within the United States, the Contingency Acquisition Support Model (cASM) Program Office under the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) awarded two Task Orders in February 2018 to Total Quality Systems for development of new functionality and documents specific to support the US Army’s Sierra Army Depot, […]
Total Quality Systems was awarded Task Order 8 for continued sustainment and support for the Contingency Acquisition Support Model (cASM) on the 13th of March, 2018. cASM supports requirements development and documentation for acquisitions and purchasing, primarily in the contingency (deployed) environment. Using a tax preparation software approach, cASM users answer questions regarding an intended […]
TQS was awarded a follow-on subcontract supporting BAE Systems of America on 16 January, 2018 to assist in the quality assurance of USG technical data used for Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMS/MS) analysis supporting USAF weapons systems. This contract has two one-year options to continue this effort as needed by the USAF.
The F/A-18 has been in the news for many months now for not having the readiness rate needed to support USN operations and training. One reason for this is the presence of intermittent failures in the chassis of the radar system. TQS will develop and deliver a Radar Interface Test Adapter (ITA) and associated software […]
TQS has established a satellite office in Huntsville, Alabama. This office manages our Contingency Acquisition Support Model (cASM) contract and functions as a point of contact with the Army Contracting Command and other agencies located in the southeastern United States.