August 10, 2021 | Alexandria, VA
E-SPA’s responsibilities focus on cost and construction trend analysis for COLUMBIA Class submarine propulsor program. This work is awarded as a task order on the Defense Technical Information Center Information Analysis Center Multiple Award Contract (DTIC IAC MAC).
SPA President and CEO Dr. William Vantine remarked, “This is a great win under our DTIC IAC MAC vehicle and provides an excellent opportunity for the E-SPA Joint Venture to provide high quality services to the COLUMBIA Propulsor Program.”
On this task order, E-SPA will develop and provide new scientific and technical information, including tools for the tracking, analysis, and forecasting of costs across multiple submarine platforms as well as strategies for assessing and managing complex program and manufacturing considerations.
Work will be performed at multiple Naval Sea Systems Command locations, including Carderock, MD, and the Naval Foundry and Propeller Center in Philadelphia.
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