Counterterrorism provider A-T Solutions, Inc. last week announced it will provide support under a task order for a $23.5 million multiple-seat indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract with the Indian Head Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technology Division of the Naval Surface Warfare Center.
The award is the first of task orders granted under the multiple seat IDIQ — a contract on which A-T Solutions won a position in February.
The Vienna-based company will under the contract provide support to the Naval Expeditionary Combat Command in improvised explosive device (IED) and counter-IED defeat integration and force protection training.
A-T Solutions CEO Dennis Kelly, the company’s president, said the company esteems the award.
“A-T Solutions is extremely honored to be supporting the Naval Surface Warfare Center and Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) in the delivery of highly effective and relevant counter-IED training for our joint forces,” Kelly said. “Many of the required skills for this project are highly specialized and unique to the EOD community, and our extensive work and expertise within the combination of EOD, counterterrorism, intelligence and homeland security areas allow us to offer unparalleled capabilities in this area.”