SPA Wins Contract to Support Navy Analytics Office; Dr. William Vantine Quoted

SPA Wins Contract to Support Navy Analytics Office; Dr. William Vantine Quoted
Dr. William Vantine President

Systems Planning and Analysis (SPA) has been awarded a five-year Multiple Award Contract (MAC) to support the Navy Analytics Office (NAO) and other offices across the Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, the company reported on Wednesday. 

“We recognize how crucial it is for the Navy to have a strategy-aligned analytic environment in which they can learn and adapt faster than our adversaries,” said Dr. William Vantine, SPA president and CEO. 

Under the contract, SPA will provide assessments to support Program Objective Memorandum (POM) budgeting decisions, campaign-related scenario and warfare modeling and simulation-based analytic services, and Level 3 Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) software design, development and integration support.

“SPA’s highly educated and innovative technical experts along with our team of industry partners are ready to bring our mission focused analytic capabilities to the Navy’s Analytic Office.  We look forward to a successful partnership and helping the NAO solve their most challenging problems,” Vantine added.

About SPA

SPA provides innovative, leading edge solutions integrating technical, operational, programmatic, policy, and business factors in support of important national security objectives. Our capabilities include: Advanced Analytics; Software Tool Development; System Engineering and Safety Analysis; Strategy, Policy and Compliance; Program and Acquisition Management. 

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.

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