$99M to ATI for Shipbuilding Technology Development Center

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Advanced Technology Institute (ATI) in North Charleston, SC received a $99 million indefinite-delivery/ indefinite-quantity contract to operate and manage the Shipbuilding Technology Center of Excellence (STCOE) to develop shipbuilding-related manufacturing technologies and to implement them in America’s shipyards. The STCOE will work closely with the US Navy’s acquisition community and the shipbuilding industry to identify manufacturing technology issues that have a negative impact on shipyard efficiency (cycle-time and cost). The STCOE will then solicit, select, and implement projects to improve these inefficiencies. ATI will perform the work in North Charleston, SC and expects to complete it by August 2014. This contract was competitively procured under a Request For Proposals (N00014-09-R-0004), with 2 offers received by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) in Arlington, VA (N00014-09-D-0584). Under the contract, ATI will carry out a number of STCOE tasks for the US Navy… ATI has been managing and operating the STCOE for the US Navy under a previous contract (N00014-03-C-0413). Under the new contract, ATI will perform the following: * Manage and operate the STCOE; * Organize, facilitate and execute a shipbuilding industry-driven project selection process focused on key Navy ship acquisition programs; * Award and manage shipbuilding-related technical projects approved by […]

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