$14.6M in Counseling & Shelter Programs for Families, Vets
The Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division in Orlando, FL has issued a pair of contracts to Jardon & Howard Technologies Inc. in Orlando, FL worth a total of $14.6 million. These programs cover assistance to military families in meeting the challenges they face, services for victims of domestic abuse or sexual assault, and services and internships for seriously disabled veterans as a result of their service in the Global War on Terror. Both contracts will be performed in Orlando, FL and are expected to be complete in March 2006. Neither contract was competitively procured.
Jardon & Howard received a $7.1 million ceiling-amount, time-and-material contract for Victim Advocates, Shelter and Seriously Disabled Veterans Services (N61339-05-C-0109). These are programs and initiatives offered by Military Communities and Family Policy Services to provide victim and shelter services for victims of domestic abuse and sexual assault in the military services, counseling for the seriously injured, and the support necessary to manage and coordinate services and internships for seriously disabled veterans, as a result of their services on Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation Enduring Freedom, and the Global War on Terrorism.
Jardon & Howard also received a $7.6 million ceiling-amount firm-fixed-price, time-and-material contract (N61339-05-C-0111) for Military Communities and Family Policy Services. They will provide the technical, training and administrative support required to implement programs on a national and international basis to provide innovative options for approaching the challenges that military members and their families’ encounter on a daily basis.