By: Stan Walz, VectorCSP CEO; Janis Nagy, VectorCSP COO; and Damien Walz, Vice President of Business Development Before we had a name for what is now VectorCSP, the founding members of the company had many more discussions about what the company’s values would be, as opposed to what it would actually do. We wanted it to be a better company than those we saw around us; in those days we were mostly observing firms supporting Coast Guard aviation at the Aircraft Repair and Supply Center (AR&SC), which has subsequently become the Coast Guard’s Aviation Logistics Center (ALC). The values that…
VectorCSP and Insight Technology Solutions have teamed to win a logistics support recompete contract at the Surface Forces Logistic Center (SFLC) Long Range Enforcer Product Line (LREPL). We will continue to provide hull, mechanical and electrical (HM&E) configuration data management, provisioning, maintenance, and logistics analysis support to 282’ WMEC, 378’ WHEC, 399’ WAGB, 418’ WMSL and 420’ WAGB Cutters.
VectorCSP, CSE, and VLinc have teamed to win the USCG Aviation Logistics Center MH-60 Maintenance and Navy Conversion Project contract. This support is centered on engineering, technical, and logistics services for the development, production and delivery of Time Compliance Technical Orders, aviation engineering consultation, and logistical planning.
VectorCSP was awarded a contract to perform a study and analysis of the Watercraft Maintenance program for the U.S. Army Reserve (USAR) at Pier 23 in Tacoma, Washington in support of the Area Maintenance Support Activity (AMSA) 137. The objective of this study and analysis is to identify and perform operational gap analysis, process improvements identification, and resource requirements and labor analysis to support the mission.
VectorCSP partnered with BMT Designers & Planners to win a task order with the U.S. Coast Guard’s Surface Forces Logistics Center (SFLC) Program Depot Maintenance (PDM) Port Engineer (PE) and Availability Project Manager (APM) Training Program. Our team will be responsible for conducting, maintaining, facilitating, and coordinating the courses that fall under the PE & APM course curriculum.
VectorCSP recently won a contract to provide program management and acquisition support services to the U.S. Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center (AFNWC) in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The center’s mission is to ensure safe, secure, and reliable nuclear weapon systems to support the National Command Structure and the United States Air Force warfighter.
VectorCSP has been awarded a prime contract in support of U.S. Naval Aviation Logistics. With our teaming partners, General Dynamics Information Technology and National Technologies Associates, we will compete for logistics and program management support task orders over the next five years through AIR 6.6, NAVAIR’s Logistics Management Integration Department.
The VectorCSP Baltimore branch conducted fundraisers to purchase wreaths for the annual Wreaths Across America initiative, and participated at the Annapolis National Cemetery wreath-laying ceremony on December 17.
VectorCSP is continuing to support a broad range of U.S. Forest Service HC-130H program needs, and was awarded two new task orders earlier this summer to provide program management, product line integrated logistics support, and documentation support.
A ten-member team of aviation technical experts tackled a task to develop Maintenance Procedure Cards (MPC) for a fleet of 14 HC-27J aircraft that the Coast Guard acquired from the Air Force in the summer of 2014. The Aviation Logistics Center (ALC) HC-27J Asset Project Office in Elizabeth City was charged with developing an Integrated Logistics System to support delivery of the aircraft to USCG Air Station Sacramento to support Initial Operating Capability in the summer of 2016.