ASRC Federal companies provide reliable, cost efficient services that help our customers achieve mission success.
Providing innovative solutions to complex engineering and operational challenges for space, aviation and intelligence markets. Through our unique approach, our engineers are at the forefront of maintaining and advancing the nation’s civil, defense and aerospace systems.
We design, develop and deliver software and solutions to collect, ingest, process, analyze and present large and complex data for critical mission sets of national significance. We help the Intelligence Community, National Security and Federal agencies exploit data to identify trends, make better decisions and accomplish their critical mission objectives.
Our cost conscious approach coupled with our experience and expertise enhances our ability to deliver a full range of services in support of our customers.
Supporting Operations at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center
More than 90 federal agencies as well as state, local, tribal and international law enforcement organizations depend on the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Law Enforcement Training Center for basic and advanced training—from firearms to physical defensive training.
Our employees provide facility maintenance, transportation and mechanical support services to an average of 400 students and instructional staff at FLETC’s 1,500-acre facility, which includes classrooms, firearms and driver training ranges as part of the training site. In a typical month, we provide 3,000 hours of role-player services and 24/7 site operations for complex, simultaneous training activities.
The DHS has recognized our employees on numerous occasions for their superior performance and contributions to the mission including:
- Supporting the change-over from a Border Patrol facility to FLETC
- Start-up and initial operation of new indoor firing range and new PT facility
- Seamless off-site transportation operations while experiencing an on-site room shortages due to dorm construction
- Start-up and initial operation of 400 new dorm rooms
- Converting an office trailer to an aircraft passenger training venue for counter-hijacking measures
- Converting an old visitor center into a virtual firing range
Delivering innovative technology services and solutions to meet enterprise and mission IT challenges across a wide range of technology disciplines in the most complex dynamic and secure technical environments.
ASRC Federal DNC Helps the Defense Health Agency Develop, Deploy Software to Share Medical Data Related to the Ebola Virus Outbreak
In support of the Defense Health Agency’s response to Operation United Assistance and the Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa, our team collaborated with DHA to design, develop and deploy innovative functionality within the Theater Medical Data Store (TMDS) to collect, ingest and share service members’ medical data relating to potential Ebola Virus Disease exposure.
TMDS is a critical force health protection component and data exchange system for medical data in the theater operational environment, providing planners and decision makers with information for allocating critical medical resources, registering patients, creating and viewing inpatient and outpatient encounters, and tracking patients from the theater through the evacuation chain to facilities in the continental United States. TMDS shares data with 12 agencies, is integrated with more than 30 external systems, and is the authoritative clinical system for service members’ medical information while in theater.
Using agile development, our project team moved from requirements to production, which included a full development, testing and evaluation cycle in less than 10 weeks. TMDS ingests more than 80 data elements per EVD encounter that are shared with other DoD systems to communicate EVD status and coordinate treatment, as necessary, through the continuum of care. DHA was recognized with the 2015 Federal HIT Innovation Award for Interoperability as a direct result of our work supporting the EVD response.
Delivering services that effectively integrates people, processes and technology to provide mission critical systems and solutions to civil and defense agencies. Our mission-focused expertise ranges from business, financial and records management to strategic communications and training.
OSAC COMMSS Team Assists NASA in Achieving a More Engaged Workforce
ASRC Federal’s Strategic Analysis and Communications Support Services (COMMSS) contract provides comprehensive communications services to support NASA’s Office of Strategic Analysis and Communications (OSAC) at Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC). Located in Huntsville, Ala., MSFC is the largest of NASA’s ten field centers with nearly 6,000 employees and onsite contract workers.
COMMS contract employees are comprised of a diverse group of communications experts that provide products and services to keep the public, media and internal stakeholders up-to-date on NASA missions, activities and events. One key area of concern for MSFC was keeping the workforce informed and engaged about various events around the center. They relied heavily on posters and easels, along with a plethora of electronic messages and announcements, to promote events. Although the information was available, internal communications needed to become more focused to get the participation the MSFC desired from its workforce.
To solve this problem, the COMMSS team developed guidelines for message announcements. This included a suite of internal products and platforms that provide a creative and strategically multifaceted approach to center-wide messages. The result is a more engaged workforce.
In 2016, our OSAC COMMSS team was recognized as the 2015 Project of the Year and Project Manager of the Year by the North Alabama Chapter of the Project Management Institute.
Delivering technical research and development and analysis of aeronautical and space systems to equip customers for mission readiness and success.
Transitioning the Aegis Weapon System to an Open Architecture in Baseline 9
As the U.S. Navy transitioned the Aegis Weapon System to an open architecture in Baseline 9—by also adapting the legacy ballistic missile defense capability to the open architecture environment—the Missile Defense Agency and the Navy were able to increase the number of BMD-capable ships to defend the U.S. and its allies in accordance with the Phased Adaptive Approach. On this project, our employees led the computer program design, coding, integration and testing of the new BMD 5.0 capability.
We successfully migrated the BMD capability from the legacy AN/UYK-43 architecture into the open architecture commercial-off-the-shelf environment using the common source library approach to ensure that BMD 5.0 is available to the diverse platforms that require it. Additionally, our team developed more than 450,000 source lines of code on or ahead of plan.
As part of this effort, the team provided life cycle management, configuration management, technical support and information systems integration services to the Aegis BMD system radar, command and control, and display and weapons control systems. The program operates on the U.S. Navy’s Common Processing System and Common Display System enterprise hardware environments.