NavAir Command, Stanley Associates in technical kit deal

The Naval Air Systems Command awarded Stanley Associates Inc. a $34.8 million contract to render support for management of technical directive modification kits.

Stanley Associates of Arlington, Va., will work with the Navair Kit Management Team to issue technical directive modification kits that ensure fleet installation sites have them available in a timely manner.

The company assembles, stores, receives, ships and reclaims technical directive kits. Stanley Associates also procures parts and performs quality assurance inspections on kits during various stages of assembly.

Stanley Associates, which has worked with Navair for the past nine years, also furnishes database management, administration and technical support services to maintain Navair's modification management tracking systems for the Central Kitting Activity.

These systems include the kit inventory tracking system, kit assembly tracking system, and reclamation asset tracking system databases to enable updates and provide complete visibility of assets.

The technical modification kits are used to support aircraft and associated support and training equipment used by Navair.

Doug Beizer is a staff writer for Government Computer News' sister publication, Washington Technology.

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Doug Beizer is a staff writer for Federal Computer Week.

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