Marine Corps Systems Command
TSC’s first four full years as a Prime contractor under our Blanket Purchase Agreement with the Marine Corps Systems Command (MCSC) has been marked by rapid and sustained growth. Over this time, TSC has amassed a team of twenty-nine subcontractors; and we have won new work on several programs that totaled $X.XM in annual sales in the Specialty Engineering Domain. In addition, TSC is a subcontractor to five other prime contractors in the Engineering & Scientific, Acquisition Logistics, and Business & Analytical domains. Our Stafford, VA office, which was opened in December 2006, is managed by a former Marine Corps Colonel as Director of Marine Corps Programs.
Current engineering and acquisition support work is primarily for two customers: the Marine Corps Combat Development Command (MCCDC) and MCSC. Our work with MCCDC is primarily to fulfill the requirements of the Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System (JCIDS), the portion of the overall defense acquisition system that emphasizes joint review of program requirements and that develops the analytical documents needed for acquisition Milestone decisions. A prime example of this work is our Capabilities Design Document and Capabilities Production Document for the Integrated Air and Missile Defense support contract.
For MCSC, we have continued to provide engineering, modeling and simulation, and logistics support to the next generation Ground/Air Task Oriented Radar (G/ATOR) radar program; the Emergency Response System infrastructure analysis and support; the Marine Corps Network Operations and Security Center (MCNOSC) IT Enterprise Service Design Plans and Marine Corp Enterprise Network and site specific SOPs; the Blue Force Situational Awareness software logistic support; the Three Dimensional Expeditionary Long Range Radar (3DELRR) acquisition requirements support; and programmatic support to PM Radars. Other work included the completion of the Performance Based Logistics (PBL) Business Case Analysis for the long range AN/TPS-59(V)3 radar, development of a model to evaluate potential sustainment solutions for the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicles being built for the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts, a radar Kill-Chain Analysis and development of acquisition documents for the Joint Biological Tactical Detection system.