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Alion Awarded $2.8M DTRA Contract to Develop Improvements to Nuclear Detection Technology — Press Release

Technology Solutions Firm to Conduct R&D and Engineering on Next-Generation Methods to Pinpoint Explosive Substances

McLean, VA — May 29, 2014 — To counter the continuing threat of nuclear-fueled explosives, such as dirty bombs, sophisticated detection methods are required. Historically, the Department of Defense and other agencies used Helium-3 (He-3) to detect neutrons emanating from Special Nuclear Material (SNM). The supply of He-3, an extremely rare non-naturally occurring substance, is rapidly drying up. To address the critical need for a means to detect neutrons that does not rely on He-3, the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) awarded a $2.8 million contract to Alion Science and Technology to develop enhancements to a replacement technology.

Alion, a global engineering, R&D, IT and operational solutions company, will support DTRA by developing new methods to use an advanced detection system that uses boron-coated “straws” – literally bundles of thin copper tubes with a coating of boron, an abundant element.

Current He-3 detectors are omnidirectional, so they can only alert users to the presence of neutrons. Under the contract, Alion will develop methods to make the boron-coated straw detector directional, so that a search team can pinpoint the location of the source of neutrons and thus react to threats more effectively.

Alion engineers also will research how to increase the detector’s efficiency by exploring new straw geometries and will focus on miniaturizing and speeding up the electronics. Additionally, Alion will review various manufacturing technologies to reduce the technology’s overall production costs.

“By researching the means to make the boron-coated straw detector more precise and more reasonable to produce, Alion can help DTRA employ improved technologies to mitigate threats effectively and keep warfighters and citizens safe,” said Terri Spoonhour, Alion Senior Vice President and Distributed Simulation Group Manager. “But, beyond providing a drop-in replacement for He-3 detector components, this engineering effort opens up a number of possibilities for new or enhanced portable systems that can be carried into questionable areas or permanently installed to protect ports and depots.”

Alion’s teaming partner is Proportional Technologies Inc. of Houston. The period of performance runs until March 1, 2017.

About Alion Science and Technology

Alion Science and Technology delivers advanced engineering, IT and operational solutions to strengthen national security and drive business results. For customers in defense, civilian government and commercial industries, Alion’s engineered solutions support smarter decision-making and enhanced readiness in rapidly changing environments. Building on over 75 years of innovation, Alion turns obstacles into opportunities to help customers achieve their missions. For more information, visit www.alionscience.com.

This press release contains information about management’s view of Alion’s future expectations, plans and prospects that constitute forward-looking statements for purposes of the safe harbor provisions under The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Actual results may differ materially from those indicated by these forward-looking statements as a result of a variety of risk factors and uncertainties discussed in documents periodically filed by Alion with the SEC. Due to such uncertainties and risks, readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on such forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date hereof.

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Alion Names Ron Crocker to Support GSA Communications and Strategic Management — Press Release

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Industry Veteran is Former Director of GSA IT Solutions for New England Area; Will Enhance Customer Relationships for Engineering & Technology Firm

 

McLean, VA – January 13, 2014 – Alion Science and Technology, a global engineering, technology and operational solutions company, announced that Ron Crocker has joined the company to enhance GSA communications and provide strategic management of several of Alion’s GSA indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract vehicles. In this role, Mr. Crocker will develop and strengthen Alion’s relationships with customers served by the company under contracts that include several GSA schedules and the $50B Alliant contract.

A former Director for GSA IT Solutions in the New England Area, Mr. Crocker has more than three decades of government service with organizations that include the Defense Logistics Agency and the US Air Force. He has also managed GSA IDIQ vehicles for several large industry providers to government.

“Ron’s experience on all sides of major acquisition programs gives him invaluable insight to the challenges and needs of our customers,” said Alex Heidt, Alion Senior Vice President and manager of the company’s Acquisition Programs Management Group. “He understands the details of our customers’ critical programs as well as the nuances of the contract vehicles. This allows him to craft and deliver comprehensive solutions to help agencies achieve their goals, in terms of effectiveness, time and budget.”

Mr. Crocker is located in Boston, MA.

About Alion Science and Technology

Alion Science and Technology delivers advanced engineering, IT and operational solutions to strengthen national security and drive business results. For customers in defense, civilian government and commercial industries, Alion’s engineered solutions support smarter decision-making and enhanced readiness in rapidly-changing environments. Alion brings expertise and experience to multiple business areas: Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering; Systems Analysis, Design and Engineering; and Modeling, Simulation, Training and Analysis. Building on over 75 years of innovation, Alion turns obstacles into opportunities to help customers achieve their missions. Alion employee-owners are located at offices, customer sites and laboratories worldwide. For more information, visit www.alionscience.com.

This press release contains information about management’s view of Alion’s future expectations, plans and prospects that constitute forward-looking statements for purposes of the safe harbor provisions under The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Actual results may differ materially from those indicated by these forward-looking statements as a result of a variety of risk factors and uncertainties discussed in documents periodically filed by Alion with the SEC.  Due to such uncertainties and risks, readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on such forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date hereof.

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Alion Awarded U.S. Naval Surface Warfare Center Contract Valued at $24M for Evaluation, Development of Unmanned and Automated Weapon Systems — Press Release

Technology Solutions Firm to Enhance and Validate Weapons Platforms and Vehicles

MCLEAN, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–For the Navy, the development of unmanned and automated weapon systems ranks as a top priority to sustain the country’s littoral missions. To support this need, Alion Science and Technology, a global engineering, R&D, IT and operational solutions company, will provide the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Panama City Division (NSWC PCD), with technology development, integration and evaluation expertise under a $24 million contract.

Alion’s NSWC PCD work includes technical engineering to increase unmanned and automated weapon systems capabilities for such tasks as the implementation of unmanned systems payloads on “commercial off the shelf” or existing non-developmental unmanned underwater vehicles (UUVs) with limited modifications. Under the contract, this work can include UUVs, unmanned surface vehicles (USVs), unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).

“The capabilities and prototype systems produced by Alion will be used by the Navy and other homeland security-focused agencies such as the U.S. Coast Guard, joint services and Department of Homeland Security,” said Terri Spoonhour, Group Senior Vice President and Manager of the Distributed Simulation Group. “These technologies comprise configurations operating from several types of weapons platforms and other vehicles such as Navy warships and experimental boats, explosive ordnance disposal operating craft and various other craft as well as shore-based facilities.”

The NSWC PCD supports research development test and evaluation for weapon systems development associated with mine warfare, naval special warfare and amphibious/expeditionary maneuver warfare systems, and other littoral missions.

The work was awarded under the Defense Technical Information Center’s (DTIC’s) Weapon Systems Technology Information Analysis Center (WSTIAC) contract with the period of performance through September 2015.

WSTIAC, operated by Alion, is one of nine DTIC Information Analysis Centers (IACs). The IACs house libraries of information that are focused on specific technology areas, in addition to providing technical expertise in these areas. DTIC is headquartered at Fort Belvoir, VA, and serves the Department of Defense (DoD) by providing access to scientific and technical information for DoD personnel and contractors, including researchers, designers and engineers.

WSTIAC’s work is sponsored by the DTIC, ATTN: DTIC-I, 8725 John J. Kingman Rd., Ste. 0944, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-6218.

About Alion Science and Technology

Alion Science and Technology delivers advanced engineering and technology solutions to strengthen national defense, homeland security, energy generation and the environment. Building on 75 years of R&D experience, Alion combines engineering expertise with operational experience and unique technologies to bring insight to multiple business areas: Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering; Defense Operations; Modeling & Simulation; and Engineering Design & Integration. Based in McLean, Virginia, Alion employee-owners are located at major offices, customer sites and laboratories worldwide. For more information, visit Alion online at www.alionscience.com.

This press release contains information about management’s view of Alion’s future expectations, plans and prospects that constitute forward-looking statements for purposes of the safe harbor provisions under The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Actual results may differ materially from those indicated by these forward-looking statements as a result of a variety of risk factors and uncertainties discussed in documents periodically filed by Alion with the SEC. Due to such uncertainties and risks, readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on such forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date hereof.

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Alion Awarded $4.6M Navy Contract to Develop PC-based Training System for Littoral Combat Ship-2 — Press Release

Alion Awarded $4.6M Navy Contract to Develop PC-based Training System for Littoral Combat Ship-2

Technology Solutions Company to Continue its Support of LCS by Enhancing and Expanding Readiness Control Officer Trainer for the New LCS Hull

McLean, VA – May 2, 2011 – Alion Science and Technology, an employee-owned technology solutions company, was awarded a three-year, $4.6 million task order from the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division (NAWCTSD) to design a high-fidelity serious game to train sailors for the Littoral Combat Ship-2 (LCS) Readiness Control Officer (RCO) position.

Alion will expand its PC-based Virtual Maintenance Performance Aid (VMPA) from the current system developed for the LCS-1 RCO to an updated solution designed for the LCS-2 environment. This design approach demonstrates the reconfigurable nature of the simulation architecture and yields a more cost effective solution. Since each vessel has different training requirements, Alion’s VMPA RCO for LCS-2 trainer will include a ship-specific Electronic Control System graphical user interface, an instructor station that can control the training environment, the ability to integrate with the Surface Warfare Officers School’s LCS Bridge Training System and the virtual ship simulation that allows the trainee to learn the new equipment in a 3-D environment.

Ultimately, it is intended that the LCS-2 RCO will integrate with the LCS Shore Based Training Facility (SBTF) in San Diego.

“Alion is continuing its support of the VMPA Readiness Control Trainer program by building off of the existing trainer to provide a fully interactive, PC-based virtual ship environment to teach individual and team training on the LCS-2 hull,” said Rear Adm. Richard E. Brooks (USN, Ret.), Alion Senior Vice President and Manager of the Distributed Simulation Group. “Our trainer represents the capability to provide a total ship training environment, from tactical and force protection to damage control and maintenance training.”

Alion will provide the updated hardware and software for LCS-2 RCO to the Surface Warfare Officers School and the Littoral Combat Ship Class Squadron. VMPA was developed in partnership with the Office of Naval Research and NAWCTSD to bridge the gap between training, skills and performance. NAWCTSD is the Littoral Combat Ship Training System Executive Agent.

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U.S. Army Advancing Prosthetic Limbs with Alion

The Vietnam War saw the addition to the U.S. military’s medical treatment program of the MEDEVAC helicopter. This speedily transported wounded troops from the battlefield to a hospital. Since 9/11 and the engagement of the U.S. troops there has been significant investment in preventing and treating combat wounds. These include advances in battle armor, bandages, head injury diagnosis and treatment.

One area that has also seen improvements is the development of new prosthetic limbs. The IED and mine threat has caused several hundreds of wounds requiring amputation of limbs. The U.S. government has put a great deal of money into advancing the science and medical technology of this treatment.

To further this the U.S. Army awarded Alion Science and Technology a contract worth a little over $1 million to build a modeling and simulation tool for research into using robotic control technology with prosthetic limbs. The goal is to help design limbs that are lighter and more lifelike at lower cost. The new limbs also utilize electric power so another goal is to improve battery life.

Contracts like these further the U.S. commitment to provide the best medical care that they can to their wounded veterans.

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Former Director of Requirements and Director of Command Transformation, Headquarters Air Force Materiel Command, Joins Technology Solutions Provider to Support Program Development — Press Release

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Former Director of Requirements and Director of Command Transformation, Headquarters Air Force Materiel Command, Joins Technology Solutions Provider to Support Program Development

Alion Science and Technology, an employee-owned technology solutions company, announced the hiring of Maj. Gen. Michael C. Mushala (USAF, Ret.) to support the development of Air Force programs from the company’s office in Dayton, Ohio. Mushala’s experience is significant; his last post was as Director of Requirements and Director of Command Transformation, Headquarters Air Force Materiel Command at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.  He previously managed the System Program Office for the F-22 fighter.

Mushala brings dual strengths to his new role at Alion, Director for Air Force Program Development, according to Chris Amos, Alion Senior Vice President and Manager of the Technology Solutions Group. “Mike’s Ph.D. in materials engineering and his extensive experience with the Air Force acquisition community make him an excellent fit for our work in Dayton and other Air Force centers,” Amos explained. “He has a rare combination of a high level of proficiency in engineering with a thorough understanding of Air Force acquisition policy and procedure, which makes him ideal for this position.”

Mushala retired in October 2003, having served 30 years in the Air Force. His assignments include Chief of the Plans Division at Headquarters AFSC; Director, AF and NASA Advanced Launch System Joint Program; Director, Cheyenne Mountain Complex System Program Office; Director of the F-22 SPO; and AF Program Executive Officer for Fighter and Bomber Programs.  Most recently, Mushala was a principal at Booz-Allen Hamilton in Dayton.

Mushala earned his commission as a distinguished Air Force ROTC graduate at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and entered active duty after completing his master of science and Ph.D. degrees in materials engineering.

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Alion-Operated Centers Publish Special Edition Journal on Power and Energy Technologies and Initiatives –Press Release

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Alion-Operated Centers Publish Special Edition Journal on Power and Energy Technologies and Initiatives

Technology Solutions Company Helps Promote Awareness of Department of Defense Efforts to Improve Energy Security

McLean, Va. – August 25, 2009 – The Department of Defense (DoD) is undertaking the enormous and challenging task of improving energy security through myriad power and energy initiatives. To chronicle some of the technology advancements, ongoing programs, and successful efforts aimed at providing the military with a reliable and secure power and energy supply, two Information Analysis Centers (IACs) collaboratively published: “Powering the Future Force: New Power & Energy Technologies for the Warfighter.”

The Advanced Materials, Manufacturing, and Testing Information Analysis Center (AMMTIAC) and the Weapon Systems Technology Information Analysis Center (WSTIAC), both operated by Alion Science and Technology – an employee-owned technology solutions provider – worked together to publish this special edition journal. With a forward by Alan Shaffer, Executive Director of the DoD’s Energy Security Task Force, this special edition publication highlights topics ranging from wearable power to expeditionary power systems to novel power sources for advanced munitions.

“Energy is a force multiplier – and a limitation. Energy efficiency increases maneuverability, agility, and makes our forces more expeditionary. However, our new systems require ever increasing energy, during a time when getting fuel to forward locations is considered an operation, with vulnerable supply lines requiring additional security forces,” Mr. Shaffer states in the publication’s forward.

Originally distributed to IAC subscribers as a 92-page printed journal, the special edition publication is now available as a free download and features additional content not available in the print version. The table of contents and the expanded digital edition is available at: http://ammtiac.alionscience.com/pdf/AQV4N1.html

“For the Department to succeed in responding to the energy challenge, access to the latest information on energy research is essential,” said Terry Heston, the Defense Technical Information Center’s IAC Program Manager. “DoD IACs are a vital resource in this endeavor. Powering the Future Force is a significant contribution and important first step in the IAC Program’s engagement in addressing this topic.”

The publication was sponsored by the Defense Technical Information Center, ATTN: DTIC-I, 8725 John J. Kingman Rd., Ste 0944, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-6218. DTIC serves the DoD community as the largest central resource for DoD and government-funded scientific, technical, engineering and business-related information available today. For more than 60 years, DTIC has provided the warfighter and researchers, scientists, engineers, laboratories and universities timely access to more than 2 million publications covering more than 250 subject areas. Its mission supports the nation’s warfighter.

About Alion Science and Technology

Alion Science and Technology is an employee-owned technology solutions company delivering technical expertise and operational support to the Department of Defense, civilian government agencies and commercial customers. Building on 70 years of R&D and engineering expertise, Alion brings innovation and insight to multiple business areas: naval architecture & marine engineering; defense operations; systems engineering; modeling & simulation; information management & technology; chemical, biological, nuclear & environmental sciences; wireless spectrum engineering; and industrial technology. Based in McLean, Virginia, Alion employee-owners are located at major offices, customer sites and laboratories worldwide. For more information, call 877.771.6252 or visit Alion online at www.alionscience.com.

This press release contains information about management’s view of Alion’s future expectations, plans and prospects that constitute forward-looking statements for purposes of the safe harbor provisions under The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Actual results may differ materially from those indicated by these forward-looking statements as a result of a variety of risk factors and uncertainties discussed in documents periodically filed by Alion with the SEC. Due to such uncertainties and risks, readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on such forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date hereof.

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Alion Awarded $4.4M Contract to Perform RF Engineering Services for NOAA to Ensure Environmental Data Is Accessible — Press Release

Alion Awarded $4.4M Contract to Perform RF Engineering Services for NOAA to Ensure Environmental Data Is Accessible

Technology Solutions Company to Provide Spectrum Expertise in Support of Agency’s Geostationary and Polar-Orbiting Environmental Satellites and Ground Systems

McLean, VA – August 17, 2009 – The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA’s) collection, analysis and dissemination of ecosystem information on the Earth’s atmosphere, oceans and seas, and land-masses is critical to public safety, protection of property, and the economic health and development of communities in the United States and globally. Under a contract valued at $4.4 million, employee-owned technology solutions provider Alion Science and Technology will perform a wide range of radio frequency (RF) spectrum services for the NOAA National Environmental Satellite, Data and Information Service (NESDIS) Office of Radio Frequency Management (ORFM) that will help to ensure environmental data can be gathered and transmitted via satellite.

Under the contract, Alion will support the protection of RF spectrum access for NOAA’s network of geostationary and polar-orbiting environmental satellites and associated ground systems by analyzing RF interference between NOAA and other satellite networks and providing RF engineering and project management expertise. Alion will work with national and international RF spectrum policy-setting and regulatory bodies to support NOAA’s spectrum interests. Additionally, Alion will perform RF modeling and analysis of environmental satellite Earth-to-space and space-to-Earth communications and develop processes and procedures to ensure availability of RF spectrum for NOAA.

“Alion’s work will enable access to RF spectrum and protection from RF interference for NOAA,” said Sue Archer, Alion Senior Vice President and Manager of the Operational Solutions Group. “This work will include innovative approaches, enhanced processes and procedures, and ultimately more timely and cost-effective solutions to protect RF spectrum access for environmental satellites and ground systems. This will help to ensure NOAA’s ability to detect, track and observe meteorological phenomena such as hurricanes and other events that directly affect public safety.”

The period of performance runs June 30, 2009 through June 29, 2014.

NESDIS provides timely access to global environmental data from satellites and other sources to promote, protect, and enhance the nation’s economy, security, environment and quality of life. To do this, NESDIS acquires and manages the nation’s operational environmental satellites, provides data and information services, and conducts related research. NOAA/NESDIS currently operates 16 environmental satellites in three separate constellations as well as the National Data Centers for Climate, Geophysics, Oceans and Coasts.

About Alion Science and Technology

Alion Science and Technology (pronounced: ah-LYE-un) is an employee-owned technology solutions company delivering technical expertise and operational support to the Department of Defense, civilian government agencies and commercial customers. Building on 70 years of R&D and engineering expertise, Alion brings innovation and insight to multiple business areas: naval architecture & marine engineering; defense operations; systems engineering; modeling & simulation; information management & technology; chemical, biological, nuclear & environmental sciences; wireless spectrum engineering; and industrial technology. Based in McLean, Virginia, Alion employee-owners are located at major offices, customer sites and laboratories worldwide. For more information, call 877.771.6252 or visit Alion online at www.alionscience.com.

This press release contains information about management’s view of Alion’s future expectations, plans and prospects that constitute forward-looking statements for purposes of the safe harbor provisions under The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Actual results may differ materially from those indicated by these forward-looking statements as a result of a variety of risk factors and uncertainties discussed in documents periodically filed by Alion with the SEC. Due to such uncertainties and risks, readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on such forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date hereof.

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Alion Awarded Air Force Contract Worth $5M to Evaluate Effects of Human Performance on Weapon Systems — Press Release

Alion Awarded Air Force Contract Worth $5M to Evaluate Effects of Human Performance on Weapon Systems

Technology Solutions Company to Help Improve Weapon System Design, Cost and Performance

McLean, VA – July 1, 2009 – Alion Science and Technology, an employee-owned technology solutions provider, has been awarded a contract valued at $5 million to support the Air Force 711th Human Performance Wing/Human Performance Integration Directorate for the evaluation of human performance factors on Air Force weapon systems.

The work, which falls under the Alion-operated Modeling and Simulation Information Analysis Center (MSIAC) contract, includes analyzing human performance on weapon system ability and readiness through the Air Force’s Human Systems Integration (HSI) program. HSI takes a human-centric approach to system design and acquisition to reduce lifecycle costs and optimize system performance. Alion’s work will help the Air Force measure performance and improve weapon systems.

Under the contract, Alion will provide HSI expertise, human performance modeling, systems engineering and analysis of human-machine interfaces. This will ensure that the warfighter is an integral part of weapon system design, integration, operation and performance.

“Alion’s specialized work will support the Air Force in development, application and documentation of new HSI tools and techniques,” stated Sue Archer, Alion Senior Vice President and Manager of the Operational Solutions Group. “The results will help the Air Force identify how HSI impacts weapon system capability, weapon system readiness and lifecycle costs.”

The period of performance runs through May 2011. The work is sponsored by the Defense Technical Information Center, ATTN: DTIC-AI, 8723 John J. Kingman Rd., Ste 0944, Fort Belvoir, VA 22060-5218.

DTIC serves the Department of Defense (DoD) community as the largest central resource for DoD and government-funded scientific, technical, engineering and business-related information available today. For more than 60 years, DTIC has provided the warfighter and researchers, scientists, engineers, laboratories and universities timely access to more than 2 million publications covering more than 250 subject areas. Its mission supports the nation’s warfighter.

About Alion Science and Technology

Alion Science and Technology (pronounced: ah-LYE-un) is an employee-owned technology solutions company delivering technical expertise and operational support to the Department of Defense, civilian government agencies and commercial customers. Building on 70 years of R&D and engineering experience, Alion brings innovation and insight to multiple business areas: defense operations; modeling & simulation; wireless communication; industrial technology; chemical, biological, nuclear & environmental sciences; information technology; and naval architecture and marine engineering. Based in McLean, Va., Alion has employee-owners at major offices, customer sites and laboratories worldwide. For more information, call 877.771.6252 or visit Alion online at www.alionscience.com.

This press release contains information about management’s view of Alion’s future expectations, plans and prospects that constitute forward-looking statements for purposes of the safe harbor provisions under The Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Actual results may differ materially from those indicated by these forward-looking statements as a result of a variety of risk factors and uncertainties discussed in documents periodically filed by Alion with the SEC. Due to such uncertainties and risks, readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on such forward-looking statements, which speak only as of the date hereof.

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Telos Awarded Army Biometrics Operations Support Services Contract – Press Release

$497 Million Value Contract Will Include Biometrics Services, Supplies, and Related Hardware and Software

ASHBURN, Va. – January 12, 2009 – The U.S. Army has awarded Telos® Corporation a contract to provide the biometrics services, supplies, and related hardware and software required to assist the Biometrics Task Force, an Army executive agency, as it seeks to develop an enterprise-wide biometrics infrastructure for the DoD.

The Biometrics Operations and Support Services Unrestricted (BOSS-U) contract, a new award worth as much as $497 million, will run for a three-year base period with two, one-year option periods. The multiple-award, indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quality (IDIQ) contract has a total of 12 prime contractors that will compete for task orders for both general support and targeted tasks.

The Biometrics Task Force leads DoD activities to program, integrate, and synchronize biometric technologies and capabilities and to operate and maintain the department’s authoritative biometric database in support of the National Security Strategy.

“This contract signifies an important win for Telos because it will give us the opportunity to demonstrate new capabilities that can be fielded in support of the premier organization dedicated to protecting the nation through the employment of biometrics,” said Robert Brandewie, Senior Vice President of Identity and Security Solutions for Telos. “We plan to draw on the capabilities for infrastructure development demonstrated under the Air Force’s NETCENTS contract vehicle, under which Telos is a prime contractor, as we bring cutting-edge solutions to our DoD customers under this contract.”

About Telos Corporation

Telos Corporation has provided innovative IT solutions and services to the federal government for more than 30 years, focusing since 1989 on secure enterprise solutions. Telos solutions ensure that the government’s most security-conscious organizations comply with demanding federal and DoD information security mandates. Offerings include Xacta® IA Manager for enterprise IT security management, enterprise security consulting services, secure networks, secure enterprise messaging, and secure identity management solutions. Solutions are represented to the federal government on Telos’ GSA schedule. For more information, visit http://www.telos.com/.

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