Rockville, MD – September 30, 2011 – TurningPoint Global Solutions, a software engineering and Information Technology (IT) professional services firm, today announced that it has been awarded a Prime contractor memorandum of agreement (MOA) worth up to $2 billion to provide services and support to the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) under eFAST, the Agency’s preferred acquisition vehicle for small business solutions.
The eFAST MOA has a five year base period, plus two option years. Through individual task orders to be awarded under the contract, TurningPoint will provide computer/information systems development (CSD), and computer systems support (CSS).
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eFAST is an FAA agency-wide acquisition vehicle that can be used by all FAA organizations and other federal agencies. With structured and automated processes, the contract will benefit ordering organizations by facilitating rapid procurement and efficient administration.
“This contract vehicle will enable FAA to streamline the acquisition process so they can more quickly achieve their goals of enhancing the level of safety, efficiency, and environmental responsibility of our nation’s aerospace system,” said David Hughes, Managing Partner and Co-Founder at TurningPoint. “TurningPoint’s experience in business process re-engineering, system design, development and maintenance are well suited to empower the FAA in achieving these goals.”
Headquartered in Rockville, MD, TurningPoint is a CMMI Maturity Level 3, independently appraised software engineering professional services firm that serves a diversified group of commercial and government customers, enabling them to generate value from their IT investments. TurningPoint achieves these results through the successful planning, development, integration, and maintenance of IT solutions, and by driving operational efficiencies into infrastructure operations. TurningPoint's focus is on providing high availability business applications that improve bottom-line results by streamlining high-transaction-volume, mission-critical business processes. For more information, visit www.tpgsi.com