AI Signal Research, Inc. Awarded US Navy SeaPort-NxG Task Order
9 February 2022 | Dahlgren, VA - AI Signal Research (ASRI) is excited to announce award of the Potomac River Test Range (PRTR) prime contract for the US Navy Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD). The ASRI team, including Axient Corporation, and Eastern Research Group, Inc (ERG), is honored for the opportunity to serve the critical NSWCDD Test and Evaluation mission at Dahlgren, VA through this Seaport Next Generation Task Order award.
ASRI is in process of transition planning and recruiting for experienced personnel. Please visit our website https://www.aisignal.com/prtr for details on job opportunities with ASRI at Dahlgren.
ASRI, a mature small business headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, provides quality technical, operations, programmatic, and advanced data analysis technology solutions across the weapon systems acquisition life cycle with emphasis on supporting systems test and evaluation, engineering, research, and development. Our customers include Department of Defense organizations as well as NASA. ASRI has a long-standing legacy of technical, engineering, and management excellence specializing in systems test & evaluation for over thirty years dating back to the company formation in 1990.
AI Signal Research, Inc. Awarded GSA OASIS Pool 3 & 4 Small Business Contracts
Huntsville, AL | July 23 2020
AI Signal Research Inc (ASRI) is pleased to announce we have been selected for award by the General Services Administration (GSA) for the One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) small business Pool 3 and Pool 4 contract vehicles.
These awards, in addition to an ASRI OASIS Pool 6 small business contract, provide a broad opportunity for the Federal Government customers to utilize ASRI’s key competencies in systems test and evaluation, research and development, and program acquisition management subject matter expertise.
ASRI has a long-standing legacy of technical, engineering, and management excellence for nearly thirty years dating back to the company formation in 1990. ASRI looks forward to expanding our value to current and future customers across the Federal sector through these OASIS contract vehicles.
Huntsville, AL | April 10, 2020
AI Signal Research Inc (ASRI) has been recently awarded a $62M contract to support the US Army Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDC) Aviation and Missile Center (AvMC) Test and Evaluation Division with technical and analytical services under Express contract task order, W31P4Q-20-F-BZ02, effective April 3rd, 2020.
ASRI serves as the prime contractor for this effort and brings a robust team of companies that deliver the full breadth of test and evaluation technical expertise. The ASRI team supports the AvMC Test & Evaluation Division as they provide functional expertise to the Program Executive Offices for Missiles & Space, Program Executive Office for Aviation, and other organizations across Team Redstone with Test Engineers, Analysts, and Managers that support all phases of the capability development, acquisition, and sustainment life cycle.
“We are honored and extremely excited to have been selected for this critical opportunity to support our Army customers”, stated ASRI CEO and President Mr. Anthony Jones. Mr. Jody Maxwell will serve as the Program Manager for the effort bringing over 30 years of engineering and acquisition management experience. “I personally, along with our executive leadership and corporate staff, will ensure ASRI delivers the best possible services in a cost- effective manner to exceed our customers expectations”. ASRI has a long-standing legacy of expertise and excellence in delivering technical test & evaluation services for nearly thirty years dating back to the company formation in 1990. The award of this new contract by the Army continues to leverage ASRI’s strong competency in this area. ASRI’s Executive Vice President Mr. Bill Colson notes, “ASRI has personnel that are experienced in all aspects of weapon system test and evaluation from components in the laboratory, to flight testing on the range, to every aspect of the program management and analysis effort necessary to successfully execute across a program’s life cycle”.