Huntsville, Alabama, May 16, 2016 – The US Air Force Test Center (AFTC) has awarded the Technical and Management Advisory Services (TMAS) Range Task Order to QuantiTech, Inc., Huntsville, Alabama, and its subcontractor Qualis Corporation, Huntsville, Alabama. The contract has a potential value of up to $224M over a 55-month period of performance. The QuantiTech Team will provide advisory and assistance services at Arnold AFB, TN; Eglin AFB, FL; Holloman AFB, NM; Wright Patterson AFB, OH; and the AFTC operational test and combat training partners at Air Combat Command and Pacific Air Force sites.
We look forward to our new Sheila Brown, QuantiTech CEO, and Elizabeth Morard, Qualis CEOstrategic partnership with the AFTC and are proud to have this opportunity to support test and training for highly visible, mission critical Air Force and Air Force-led Joint systems, said Sheila Brown, QuantiTech founder and Chief Executive Officer. Elizabeth Morard, Qualis founder and Chief Executive Officer said, Qualis has supported the AFTC and its predecessor Air Armament Center for almost 13 years, and we are very pleased to join QuantiTech in continuing our commitment to assuring operationally effective systems for the Warfighter.
QuantiTech is a Woman-Owned Small Business headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, performing acquisition, technical, and management services since 1991 for customers such as the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research, Arnold Engineering Development Complex; Aviation and Missile Command; Program Executive Office (PEO) Aviation; PEO Missiles and Space; Corps of Engineers; Joint Munitions Command; Space and Missile Defense Command; and the Missile Defense Agency.
Qualis Corporation, founded in 1993, is a Woman-Owned Small Business that employs more than 250 people supporting the U.S. Air Force Test Center, Air Force Operational Test & Evaluation Center, Air Force Safety Center, and Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center; U.S. Army AMCOM, Maneuver Center of Excellence, SMDC, and TACOM; Missile Defense Agency; U.S. Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division; Joint DoD organizations; and NASA Marshall Space Flight Center.