RESTON, Va.—April 25, 2017—Noblis, Inc., a leading provider of science, technology, and strategy services, has been awarded the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Enterprise Programs, Infrastructure, and Communications Services (EPICS) unrestricted contract to continue services the company has provided to FAA since 2011. The competitively awarded Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) prime contract has a 3-year base period plus two 2-year option periods. The EPICS unrestricted contract awarded to Noblis, together with the EPICS small business award, have a joint, pooled ceiling of $803M.
Under the EPICS unrestricted contract, Noblis and its subcontractors will provide a broad range of system engineering; acquisition and program management support; in-service management, business and financial management, information systems development, and studies and analyses services to the FAA’s Communications, Information, and Network Programs Group (CINP) and Data Communications (Data Comm) programs.
“The FAA runs the largest and most complex air traffic management system in the world, and Noblis is committed to supporting the effective and efficient delivery of the critical telecommunications and networking infrastructure that is the backbone link between pilots and controllers,” said Amr ElSawy, Noblis President and CEO. “We are proud to apply our engineering, management, and analytic capabilities and expertise to such a critical mission for our Nation.”
“FAA enterprise communications services provide critical voice and data communications that are essential to the safe and efficient operation of the National Airspace System and are integral to the development and delivery of technology and infrastructure improvements that will continue the evolution to NextGen,” said Mile Corrigan, Noblis VP of Federal Civilian Solutions. “We’re honored to be selected by the FAA to support the continued cost-effective operation, modernization, and enhancement of FAA’s communications enterprise.”
Noblis’ proven performance supporting the FAA’s existing enterprise communications services, coupled with its subject matter expertise in evolving communications and networking technologies for mission critical transportation and information technology applications, will help create new, innovative solutions for the FAA as they implement advanced solutions essential to the future of aviation.