ITility (prime) and VectorCSP (sub) teamed to win the Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) Technical Document Development Contract in support of the United States Coast Guard Command, Control & Communications Engineering Center (C3CEN). The primary purpose of this task order is to perform Integrated Logistic Support (ILS) Technical Documents for the C3CEN, located in Portsmouth, VA. Team ITility will develop ILS Technical Documents for the assets supported by C3CEN, as well as the systems which support those assets. VectorCSP is very excited to be a part of the team that will support the USCG and C3CEN on this task order.
VectorCSP is pleased to announce that we will continue to support AFSOC 492nd training operations by virtue of being awarded a five year follow-on contract to our existing work. We are so proud of the hard work and dedication that our personnel provide every day, and look forward to offering ever-greater value to our AFSOC customers for years to come. Special thanks to our teaming partners Interfuze, Craig Tech, and SA Tech for supporting our bid and continuing to be part of this great team.
In support of prime contractor, Solutions Through Innovative Technologies, Inc. (STI), VectorCSP is proud to begin providing Technical Data Support Services to the US Coast Guard Aviation Logistics Center (ALC). VectorCSP will provide technical writing and graphics support to this important work that helps sustain aviation mission support operations at the ALC.
VectorCSP is honored to be a sponsor for the commissioning of the U.S. Coast Guard’s newest Fast Response Cutter (FRC) Nathan Bruckenthal, hosted by the National Capital Council of the Navy League on July 24th – 25th in Alexandria, VA. The cutter’s namesake, Nathan B. “Nate” Bruckenthal (July 17, 1979 – April 24, 2004), was a Coast Guardsman who was killed in the Iraq War, becoming the first to die in wartime action since the Vietnam War. On April 24, 2004, Bruckenthal and two U.S. Navy sailors were killed while intercepting a waterborne suicide attack on the Khawr Al Amaya…