$38.6M to Wyle to Support U.S. DoD’s Reliability Information Analysis Center

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Wyle Laboratories in Huntsville, AL received a $38.6 million option on a previously awarded contract (HC1047-05-D-4005) to provide support to the U.S. Defense Technical Information Center’s Reliability Information Analysis Center (RIAC). The center is the technical focal point for information, data, analysis, training, and technical assistance in the engineering fields of reliability, maintainability, quality, supportability, and interoperability (RMQSI) for Department of Defense (DoD) military and support systems. The 55th Contracting Squadron, Offutt Air Force Base, manages the contract. DID has more on Wyle contract and the work of the RIAC… Wyle will supply scientific and technical analysis to the RIAC for the design, development, testing, evaluation, operations, and maintenance of DoD systems, as well as develop methods for the collection, analysis, and distribution of RMQSI information within the U.S. government to authorized customers. The RIAC undertakes research on a wide-range of U.S. military systems. Examples can be found in this 2007 report [PDF] on the Wyle contract. Wyle is the prime contractor under the RIAC contract; subcontractors include: * Quanterion Solutions, a major subcontractor performing most of the RIAC day-to-day core functions; * The University of Maryland Center for Reliability Engineering, a university research center focusing on systems and human […]

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