SPA Wins Contract to Support Force Design Division of ADF; Dr. William Vantine Quoted

SPA Wins Contract to Support Force Design Division of ADF; Dr. William Vantine Quoted
Dr. William Vantine President

Systems Planning and Analysis (SPA) Australia, a wholly owned subsidiary of SPA, Inc., has been awarded a contract to support the Force Design Division of the Australian Defense Force (ADF), the company reported on Thursday.   

“We are honored to be able to continue our support of the ADF Force Design Division, helping them make well-informed decisions on their integrated force design,” said Dr. William Vantine, SPA president and CEO. 

Under the contract, SPA Australia will provide analysis and modelling support to help identify capability requirements and trade-offs to enhance the effectiveness of ADF. SPA Australia will utilize its experts, advanced analytic techniques and software tools portfolio to provide objective evidence that will inform design of the joint, integrated force and future acquisition decisions.

The work will be conducted by the SPA Australia office in Canberra. SPA Australia will draw upon the expertise of its employees and leverage support from SPA United States employees who hold experience in supporting the Department of Defense (DoD).

“We are excited to bring our many years of analytic and modelling experience and expertise to help build the foundation of the Australian Defense Force for many years into the future,” added  Vantine. 

About SPA

Systems Planning and Analysis provides knowledge based solutions integrating technical, operational, programmatic, policy, and business factors in support of important national security objectives. 

Our employees have expertise in many domains, including: Land, Undersea, Surface and Air Warfare Operations; Radar and Sensor Systems; Unmanned Systems and Counter Systems; Nuclear Deterrence Policy, Safety and Security; Defense Industrial Base; Space Systems; Ballistic Missile Systems; and Hypersonics. Our capabilities include: Advanced Analytics; System Engineering and Safety Analysis; Strategy, Policy and Compliance; Program and Acquisition Management; Software Tool Development.

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