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Naval Air System Command, Assistant Commander for Research and Engineering (AIR-4.0), Cost Analysis Department (AIR 4.2.6)
Cost Analysis/Earned Value Management
Since 1999, as the prime contractor, General Scientific has served as NAVAIR’s Earned Value Management contractor, supporting multiple NAVAIR Program Offices/IPTs (such as PMA265, PMA201, PMA281, PMA242, and PMA299 in the AIR-4.2.3 competency. This effort involves cost and schedule assessments for critical systems that are part of the F/A-18 aircraft, or part of the –R and –S models of the Blackhawk helicopter, or part of multiple conventional strike weapons and direct and time-sensitive strike weapons, or critical Mission Planning Software, as well as other efforts (both current and historical). Our assessments include on-site visits to review contractor progress; evaluations of new or improved techniques, methods, and processes for the improvement of contractor performance measurement capabilities; and review of contractor cost performance data including CPRs and EACs to assess cost and schedule, trend development, and development of estimate-at-completion projections.

Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Warfare Requirements and Programs, Director Air Warfare (N883C)
Aircraft Systems Inventory and Asset Management
As a prime contractor, General Scientific Corporation�s Staff manages the Aircraft Inventory Readiness and Reporting System (AIRRS) for the total of Naval and Marine airframes. This entails complete and total responsibility for monitoring and performing inventory accountability for such assets on a world-wide basis. These aircraft are necessarily tracked and accounted for in both the active and inactive (i.e., disposal) category. General Scientific provides highly skilled, senior staff members possessing strong backgrounds in aviation systems asset management and inventory control who are experienced interfacing with executive level management across the complete spectrum of aircraft (e.g., all types, models and series) in the Navy/Marine Corps inventory.

Space and Naval Warfare Command Systems Center - San Diego, California
Non-Integrated Shore Installation Support
Communications Network Fleet Engineering

As the prime contractor, General Scientific primarily furnishes the SPAWAR Systems Center, Communications Network Fleet Engineering Systems Division (D63) with engineering/technical services that include furnishing equipment and installation of a wide variety of command, control, and communications equipment and antennas; base-level information infrastructure, fiber optic upgrades; closed circuit television systems; tactical video teleconferencing systems; and receiving equipment for the International Maritime Satellite. Services include site surveys, design, supply integration, installation, testing, and training.

Naval Sea Systems Command (PMS495)
Program Support for Mine Warfare Program Office
GSC has provided Program Office support for PMS210 since January 1990 utilizing four successive contracts (one with NAVAIR, two with NAVSEA, and our GSA schedule). General Scientific, is a subcontractor to CACI, Inc. and is currently providing acquisition, financial, and logistics management support to the NAVSEA Mine Warfare Program Office (PMS495), the Airborne Mine Defense Program Office, and a part of the Program Executive Office for Mine and Undersea Warfare (PEO MUW).

Department of Defense – Television-Audio Support Activity
Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) – PMA209; PMA213; PMA261; PMA264; PMA268; AIR-4.2.6
Naval Air Warfare Systems Center Aircraft Division, Lakehurst  - Various Manufactured Items
Naval Surface Warfare Center, Panama City - Mine Countermeasures and IT Systems
Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP) - JEDMICS II 
Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Patuxent River - Facilities Management
U. S. Air Force – Air Logistics Command, Sacramento - Aircraft Crewing/Transport of FMS Aircraft
Department of Energy – Office of Placement and Administration - Software Analysis/Acquisition/
IV & V/Asset Management
State of California – Department of Transportation (Caltran) and Water Resources Board - CCTV System Repairs/Refurbishing/Facilities Access Control
Lockheed Martin - Subcontractor
CACI - Subcontractor
DCS Corporation - Subcontractor
Naval Surface Warfare Center/Naval Coastal Systems Laboratory, Panama City - Mine Warfare Systems
 U.S. Air Force Base, Eglin - Navy-Air Force ALWS Program Management
Johnson Engineering, Inc. - Items Manufactured for NASA International Space Station

Current and Past Clients:

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Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division - Patuxent River, MD
Anti-Submarine Warfare Systems
As the prime contractor since 1987, General Scientific has supported the Navy's  engineering and technical support for the Chief of Naval Operations Special Project K-416. Specifically, we provided project planning and management; evaluation of advanced ASW sensors and signal processing systems; advanced ASW data collection (e.g, mission planning, data review, and data reduction); aircraft configuration control and tracking; specialized software development and maintenance; aircraft modification support; sonobouy asset/inventory management; and test and evaluation of advanced ASW receivers and recording systems.

Under a MIPER from NAWC Lakehurst, GSC has performed the following professional services during FY07 and 08:

Aviation Data and Management Control System (ADMACS), is a tactical, real-time information management system maintaining data integrity throughout the ship spaces that manage aircraft launch and recovery operations on CV/CVN. ADMACS includes data from launch and recovery equipment, Air Traffic Control, aviation maintenance, mission execution (air/load plan), aviation weapons stowage and handling, Landing Signaling Officer, ship to shore movement and tactical aircraft control. ADMACS also interfaces with other shipboard systems

Virtual Imaging Systems for Approach and Landing (VISUAL) supports the Landing Signal Officer (LSO) in assessing the pilot's performance on final approach. It provides aircraft carriers (CV/CVN) with images of approaching aircraft, critical recovery information, and the ability to track and identify aircraft independent of radar. SHIPALT S/A CVN76-9397.1K replaces the existing LSO display system.

Moriah Wind System (MWS) provides wind measurement and indicating information for aircraft launch and recovery, weapons system environmental performance assessments and weapons employment. It is designed to provide accurate wind data to the ship. The solid-state wind sensors measure the wind in free air around the ship, and the wind-processing unit presents this information in digital format to the ship's systems such as Command Information systems, Navigation systems, Weapon systems, and Meteorological systems. Moriah also displays this wind information, along with other ship data, on dedicated displays located at strategic points throughout the ship and replaces the existing analog wind system.

The Arresting Gear – Improved Fresnel Lens Optical Landing System Crosscheck System (Crosscheck) performs automated closed loop verification that the Improved Fresnel Lens Optical Landing System (IFLOLS) and all the arresting gear engines are properly set for the approaching aircraft. It automates the functions of the arresting gear, senses arresting gear engines weight settings, sub-systems are in-battery, engine run out after arrestment and automatically logs the majority of recovery log information. It interfaces with IFLOLS, Landing Signal Officer Heads Up Display (LSO HUD) and Landing Area Status System, and eliminates the existing cross check system. This is accomplished by installing sensors and displays on each arresting engine, and adding displays for the Arresting Gear officer, Air Boss and Pri-Fly data logger.


The Advanced Recovery Control System (ARC) replaces all legacy Mark 7 Arresting Gear (A/G) System Constant Run-Out Valve (CROV) and Retraction Control Valve (RCV) mechanical actuators and associated mechanical control system with a hydraulically actuated and computer control system. Replacing current high maintenance CROV as well as CROV and RCV control systems with ARC, will preserve existing A/G system reliability, improve system maintainability and extend Mark 7 arresting engine service life.