Award of Laboratory Animal Research Contract IV (LARC IV)
Laboratory Animal Research Contract IV (LARC IV). This is a multiple award ID/IQ contract awarded to four large businesses (SciTech won as a large business) and four small businesses. The contract is to provide animal husbandry and associated animal research services to all of the Institutes at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, MD. It is anticipated that there will be approximately 30 task orders under the LARC IV vehicle.
Award of LARC 007
SciTech and our Prime contractor partner Alpha Omega Bioservices were awarded a 5 year Laboratory Animal Research Contract IV (LARC IV) task order to provide animal research services to the NIH Vaccine Research Center in Bethesda MD.
SciTech Awarded Five Year Sole-Source, Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID\IQ) Contract for Target Defeat Technology Support
SciTech Services, Inc. (SciTech) was recently awarded Contract Number W911SR-19-D-0006 which is a five year, sole-source, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (ID/IQ) contract with performance-based task orders for Target Defeat Technology Support. This effort will be led by Dennis Metz, SciTech Executive Vice President. The Target Defeat Technology Support work has been performed continuously by SciTech for over 13 years.
SciTech Awarded Five Year Sole-Source Contract for Technical Support for the Engineering Support Division.
SciTech Services, Inc. (SciTech) was recently awarded Contract Number W911SR-19-C-0009 which is a five year, sole-source contract for technical support for the Engineering Support Division at the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC) Chemical Biological Center (CBC). The contract provides technical filtration system support services. This effort will be led by Dennis Metz, SciTech Executive Vice President. The technical support for the Engineering Support Division has been performed continuously by SciTech for over seven years.
Successful Contract Award:
SciTech Services, Inc. was recently awarded the USAF Independent Program Assessment (IPA) contract for providing objective advice about the readiness and/or performance state of the USAF Space and Missile Systems Center Program Management and Integration Directorate (SMC/PI) program. The SMC/PI program is designed to strengthens the USAF’s global expeditionary mission-critical support to the Warfighter.
Counter-Materiel (CM) Non-Lethal Weapons (NLW) Technologies
Report Date: May 2019
Richard Smardzewski, Ph.D.
This state-of-the-art report (SOAR) was funded by the Defense Systems Information Analysis Center (DSIAC). This SOAR addresses the definition of countermateriel (CM) non-lethal weapons (NLW) technologies and presents a brief overview of the history associated with their evolution. It focuses on the investigative research efforts conducted by predominant organizations involved in non-lethal CM technologies and on CM NLW technologies encompassing the following: (a) vehicle/vessel stopping (non-kinetic), (b) electronics/optics defeat, (c) structural materials degradation, (d) structural materials enhancement, and (e) investigative efforts by foreign countries. The content of this SOAR has been drawn from the vast experience of several U.S. Department of Defense engineers and scientists embedded in efforts to develop and analyze non-lethal CM technologies and from a wealth of reports by government agencies, universities, and industry.
Report only available for distribution through discover.DTIC.mil
Accession number: DSIAC-2179641
Distribution Statement: D. Distribution authorized to the Department of Defense and U.S. DoD contractors only.
SciTech Awarded Contract Through Medical CBRN Defense Consortium (OTA).
SciTech Services was awarded contract MCDC-18-04-002; Development of Alternative Large Animal Prototype Models for Organophosphorus Nerve Agent Intoxication and Countermeasure Evaluations. This effort, led by Dr. Moore, will provide critical information to the Joint Program Office for Medical Countermeasure Systems (JPEO-MCS) to aid in future FDA licensure of antidotes and therapeutics.
SciTech Services, Inc. – SciTech Receives $10+ Million Task Order to Deliver Prototyping, Engineering, Manufacturing, Testing, Training, Fielding and Logistics Support for the Advanced Design and Manufacturing Business Unit, Engineering Directorate, Edgewood Chemical Biological Center for the US Army.
HAVRE DE GRACE, Md., July 05, 2018 — SciTech Services, Inc, an industry leader in contracting support to Federal Government Agencies, today announced that it has been awarded a $10+ Million Task Order to deliver Prototyping, Engineering, Manufacturing, Testing, Training, Fielding and Logistics Support for the Advanced Design and Manufacturing (ADM) Business Unit, Engineering Directorate, US Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center.
SciTech will support the ADM Business Unit in their mission to provide the Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive (CBRNE) defense capabilities to the military and other government agencies. ADM strategic sourcing services provide product development activities, including concept development, animations, engineering design and analysis, rapid prototyping, project management, logistics, and manufacturing, to the joint chemical biological community. ADM provides rapid response to urgent/critical defense requirements. This contract will support program management and procurement services for their Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) programs to include knowledge based professional engineering services in response to mission requirements.
The U.S. Army Acquisition Center – Aberdeen Proving Ground (ACC-APG) is managing this procurement through the Army’s $37.4 Billion-dollar Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services (RS3) Contract.
SciTech is a small business established in 1990 with its corporate offices in Havre de Grace, Maryland. SciTech provides support for engineering, information technology, logistics, life sciences and environmental programs to various Federal Government customers to include US Army ECBC since 1990. SciTech has earned several recognitions for outstanding performance from the U.S. Army.
SciTech Awarded New Five Year Contract:
SciTech has been awarded a major 5 year support contract for the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) at Bayview Medical Center in Baltimore, Maryland. Together with our subcontractor partner, Charles River Laboratories, SciTech provides comprehensive research support services to this critical program of the National Institutes of Health.
Successful Contract Award:
SciTech was recently awarded a 5 year contract to support the U.S. Army Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR), Program Management Office. Together with our subcontractor partner, BRTRC, SciTech provides technical, administrative, IT and program management support to this critical DOD program.
SciTech Services Recognized for Exceptional Service:
SciTech received a Letter of Appreciation for exceptional performance from the Headquarters, U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM) G-3 (Operations). In the letter, all SciTech contract employees supporting G3 were recognized for their attention to detail and their sense of urgency when operating in the high paced environment of the RDECOM Headquarters. Additionally, two employees were specifically recognized for their exceptional performance in supporting the 2017 G3 FAST Science Advisor Annual Program Review (Mr. Dan Shuey) and for exceptional performance supporting RDECOM Orientation and Reach Back Training (Mr. John Laursen). Congratulations to all the staff supporting this critical mission and important customer!
Successful Contract Award:
SciTech Services was recently awarded a contract for Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services (RS3). RS3 is a multiple award IDIQ contract with a maximum ceiling value of $37.4 billion. This is a 5-year contract with a scope of services to include knowledge-based professional services for programs with command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (C4ISR) related requirements.
Announcement of SciTech Leadership Promotion:
Dr. Ramesh Srivastava, President and CEO, promoted Dr. David Moore to Chief Operations Officer (COO) effective April 27, 2017. Dr. Moore joined SciTech in October of 2016 following successful careers in the U.S. Army and Industry. Since joining SciTech, Dave has pursued major opportunities for the company, built close partnerships with large and small defense contractors, assumed program management responsibilities for several ongoing projects and spearheaded critical internal management initiatives. As COO, Dave now has full operational responsibity for the company.
David Moore Joins SciTech as VP of Health and Life Sciences.
Dr. David Moore joins SciTech Services Inc. (SciTech) as Vice President of Health and Life Sciences. Dr. Moore has 40 years of successful Government and commercial scientific and leadership experience. He received a B.S. from Georgia State University, a D.V.M. degree from the University of Georgia and a Ph.D. from Emory University School of Medicine. He is a Diplomate of both the American Board of Toxicology and the American College of Veterinary Preventive Medicine and maintains several state and national veterinary licenses.
Prior to joining SciTech he served 18 years with Battelle and for the past 3 years he was V.P. for Business Development for Battelle Life Sciences Research. Prior to joining Battelle, he served 21 years in the U.S. Army concluding his Army career as a Colonel and the Director of the Medical Chemical Defense Research Program at Ft Detrick, MD and Deputy Commander of the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute for Chemical Defense at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.
Dr. Moore has authored more than 20 peer-reviewed publications, including author and editor for the NATO Handbook on Food and Water Operations in a Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Environment, three journal articles on the long-term health effects of nerve agent exposure and author of two chapters on detection of chemical agents in clinical samples for the National Academy of Sciences. For 15 years he was the Editor for Antidote Development for the Journal of Drug and Chemical Toxicology. Dr. Moore served two terms as a full member of the Committee on Toxicology of the National Research Council. In 2008 he was appointed to the U.S. Air Force Scientific Advisory Board serving as a full member until 2012.
Dr. Ramesh Srivastava, President and CEO of SciTech, in announcing the addition of Dr. Moore to SciTech said “I am honored for you to be a part of our team and excited about SciTech’s future.”
SciTech exercises 5 year option on its GSA Professional Services Schedule (PSS).
SciTech has executed the option to extend the PSS through September 29, 2021. In 2015, GSA’s Federal Acquisition Service merged multiple Schedules into this single consolidated schedule. The PSS includes our Mission Oriented Business Integrated Services (MOBIS) schedule Special Item Numbers (SIN) 874-1 – Consulting and 874-4 – Training.
SciTech is awarded the Process Improvements for Conventional Ammunition Demilitarization Contract
SciTech is selected on a competitively awarded contract at Picatinny Arsenal from DOTC entitled “Process Improvements for Conventional Ammunition Demilitarization”.
Wounded warrior finds solace, brotherhood on the ice ….
SciTech team member and Wounded Warrior, John M. Laursen, plays hockey for the USA Warriors. The USA Warriors are based in Rockville, MD and the team is comprised of wounded and disabled Service members. John supports RDECOM’s Field Assistance in Science and Technology office at Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD.
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SciTech is awarded RDECOM’s G3 Support Contract
SciTech is awarded the follow-on RDECOM G3 Support Services task under their GSA Schedule for Mission Oriented Business Integrated Services (schedule number GS02F0259X). SciTech provides management, engineering, technical, and operational support to the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM) G3 (Operations).
SciTech is awarded the Joint Enterprise – Contracted Logistics and Support Services (JE-CLaSS) Restricted Suite Contract
The ongoing mission of this Multiple Award, Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity contract is meet the Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense (JPEO-CBD) requirement to provide Contractor Logistics Support (CLS), to include Performance Based Logistics (PBL), providing operation, maintenance and supply support to highly complex, low-density systems which provide force protection against CBRNE threats. These services include simultaneous support of multiple and interdependent systems at military and non-military locations, worldwide. Learn More…..
SciTech Celebrates 25 Years in Business
SciTech Services, Inc. (SciTech) is pleased to announce our 25 year anniversary in business. Since its founding, SciTech has been providing professional services to the DoD. SciTech’s corporate headquarters has been in Harford County, Maryland for over the 25 years. As a result of our fortunate success, SciTech has maintained a large presence in Harford County and throughout the APG community.
SciTech, as a subcontractor to Stanton Engineering, will support the Architect of the Capital (AOC)
SciTech will provide support to the AOC to include Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Exercise support, Multi-Jurisdictional Exercise support, a Snow Management Plan Exercise, and a Severe Weather Exercise.
SciTech, as a subcontractor to Reema Consulting Services, Inc. (RCSI), will support the United States Coast Guard USCG)
SciTech will provide support to the United States Coast Guard (USCG) National Strike Force (NSF) Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) Incident Commander (IC) Training.
SciTech Supports ECBC Engineers That Played Key Role in Containment System used to Transport Americans with Ebola
At the request of President Barack Obama, the Army has led the U.S. military response to the Ebola crisis in West Africa by constructing facilities to treat Ebola patients and providing logistics, engineering and medical skills to help contain the epidemic that gained worldwide attention in the summer of 2014.
But back in 2010, ECBC engineers from the U.S. Army Research, Development, and Engineering Command did not anticipate that a system that they worked on would be used years later to transport American aid workers infected with Ebola from Africa to the U.S. for life-saving treatment.
SciTech is presented the award for “Best Use of a Non-Traditional Defense Contractor”
At the March 2015 General Membership meeting of the National Armaments Consortium, SciTech was presented the award for “Best Use of a Non-Traditional Defense Contractor” for performance on a prototype initiative for the Defense Ordnance Technology Consortium. The award recognized the SciTech Services – Gradient Technology Team in the design, development, and installation of prototype demilitarization process equipment at Hawthorne Army Depot.
Hawthorne Army Depot (HWAD) has 291,000 Navy projectiles that require demilitarization. The existing process equipment had not been used in many years, primarily due to excessive water consumption required during washout of energetic components. Using new, high-pressure water pump technology, the Team successfully designed, built and demonstrated the new prototype system with reduced cycle time and increased production capacity – all while reducing water consumption from 80gpm to less than 10gpm.
The Team achieved this success by installing patented, high-pressure, water washout technology, licensed to the Government and available from Gradient Technology, a non-traditional defense contractor. During operational prototype testing, all projectiles passed Government cleanliness specifications. This program was funded under SciTech Services Inc. initiative DOTC-09-01-INIT066.
SciTech is awarded Technical Support Engineering Division Contract
SciTech is awarded the follow-on ECBC – Technical Support Engineering Division task under the CBRNE Mission Support Contract (Small Business).
SciTech is awarded Test, Reliability, Evaluation Branch Support Contract
SciTech is awarded the follow-on ECBC – Test, Reliability, Evaluation Branch Support task under the CBRNE Mission Support Contract (Small Business).
SciTech is awarded Target Defeat Technology Support Contract
SciTech is awarded the follow-on ECBC – Target Defeat Technology Support task under the CBRNE Mission Support Contract (Unrestricted).
SciTech is awarded SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e) Contract
SciTech is awarded a prime SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e) Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract sponsored by the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA).
SciTech is awarded (WFCC) NCR Gold Line Call Center Contract
SciTech is awarded the Warrior Family Coordination Cell (WFCC) NCR Gold Line Call Center contract under their GSA Schedule for Mission Oriented Business Integrated Services (schedule number GS02F0259X).
SciTech, as a subcontractor to IIa, will support the Homeland Defense and Security Information and Analysis Center (HDIAC)
SciTech, as a subcontractor to Information International Associates (IIa), will support operation of the Homeland Defense and Security Information and Analysis Center (HDIAC) contract for the U.S. Department of Defense’s Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC).
SciTech is awarded Demilitarization of Red Phosphorus Munitions, Phase II Contract
SciTech is selected on a competitively awarded contract at Picatinny Arsenal from DOTC entitled “Demilitarization of Red Phosphorus Munitions, Phase II”.