ACT I Donates to Australian Bushfire Charity; Michael Niggel Quoted

Advanced Concepts and Technologies International (ACT I) has announced its donation to the Australian Bushfire Relief Fund to assist the Australian Red Cross’ Fire Response, the company announced on Monday.

“We consider it a privilege to partner with the Australian government and to work alongside of the Royal Australian Air Force every day.  Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with Australians affected by these fires and the brave Australian, American, and global emergency responders working on the front lines,”  said ACT I chief executive officer, Michael Niggel.

With ACT I’s donation, the American Australian Association has raised over $600 thousand in disaster relief and support for the Australian Red Cross. The organization will use the donations to fund recovery programs and emergency assistance in communities affected by the bushfires.

ACT I has collectively supported the Australian government and the Royal Australian Air Force with a variety of technical and foreign military sales (FMS) case services. The company has supported the F/A-18, E/A-18G, and MH-60R for over twenty years.

“ACT I stands with our Australian partners during this devastating time.  The sympathies and support of our entire ACT I family are with all Australians, and the Americans assisting them, as these bushfires rage on across the country,” Niggel added.

About Advanced Concepts and Technologies International (ACT I)

ACT I is an ISO 9001:2015 certified small business and assessed at CMMI Level 3 for Services delivering mission-critical Total Program/Acquisition Management, Intelligence, Cyber and Security Cooperation Solutions to customers across the globe. We are retained by the U.S. Department of Defense, Defense Health Agency, Department of Homeland Security and other Federal Agencies, and allied partners to support their most complex programs in the areas of Requirements, Acquisition Strategy and Planning, Program Management, Healthcare Advisory Support, Engineering, Logistics, Financial Management, Intelligence Support, Security and Cyber, Contract Negotiation Support, and Security Cooperation and Assistance Services. ACT I is a prime contractor on the following GSA and DoD IDIQ contracts: All OASIS Small Business Pools, Professional Services Schedule, and Seaport-e, Seaport Next Generation, and PASS-SB.

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