July 27, 2018 (Wakefield, Mass.) - Odyssey Wins Air Force Engineering, Professional, Administrative, and Support Services (EPASS) Task Order
Odyssey Systems Consulting Group, Ltd. (Odyssey), a leading provider of management, analytical, and technical support services, has been awarded a five-year, $225 million task order for Engineering, Professional, Administrative, and Support Services (EPASS) with the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) Battle Management Directorate Strategic Warning and Surveillance Systems (HBQ) Division based at Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and Hanscom Air Force Base in Bedford, Massachusetts.
Odyssey will expand our full-spectrum advisory and assistance (A&AS) acquisition lifecycle support services to advance HBQ's mission of developing and sustaining Missile Warning, Missile Defense, Space Situational Awareness, and Command & Control (C2) capabilities.
The contract start date is 18 November 2018, and work will be performed at Peterson AFB (Colo.), Hanscom AFB (Mass.), and Taipei, Taiwan.
Odyssey looks forward to welcoming current and new employees to our EPASS HBQ team. For information on the transition process, please visit www.odysseyconsult.com/HBQTransition/.
November 9, 2017 - Odyssey Awarded STS II SMC/SYG S3 Task Order
On November 9, 2017, Odyssey was awarded a five-year firm-fixed price contract to provide Engineering Management, Technical Acquisition, and Space and Ground Radar/Optical Systems subject matter expertise to the Space and Missile Systems Center (SMC) Ground Based Space Surveillance Division (SMC/SYG). The contract, competitively awarded as a Task Order under Odyssey’s GSA OASIS SB contract, will provide product support, sustainment engineering, sustainment management, technical order management, technical user interface, and system design, engineering and integration expertise to the SYG mission.
SYG sensors provide timely and accurate metric and space object identification (SOI) data on Near Earth (NE) and Deep-Space (DS) objects. These sensors provide data to populate and maintain the Space Situational Awareness (SSA) Space Catalogue and support for special events. The SYG Division, with primary locations at Peterson Air Force Base, CO and Dahlgren Naval Support Facility, VA, supports the Joint Space Operations through the Distributed Space Command and Control (DSC2) Center, enables Command and Control for the Space Surveillance Network (SSN), and supports the development and sustainment of operation Command and Control (C2) tools through the Integrated Space Situational Awareness (ISSA) program.
April 7, 2016 - Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) Special Operations Forces & Personnel Recovery Division (WIS)
Odyssey proudly congratulates our EPASS Program Director Elizabeth Matthews, our F-15 Program Manager (and technical proposal book boss) Brenda Weatherspoon, and the Business Development team for a successful bid to support the AFLCMC Special Operations Forces & Personnel Recovery Division (WIS)!
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March 30, 2016 - Air Force Space Command (AFSPC) Air, Space and Cyberspace Support Squadron (CYSS)
Congratulations to our Communications Systems Technologies Director Chuck Helwig, Task Lead Carol Mullins, and the Business Development team for successfully re-competing our Cybersecurity / Information Assurance (IA) support to the Air Force Space Command (AFSPC) Air, Space and Cyberspace Support Squadron (CYSS)!
Odyssey is thrilled to be able to continue providing AF-wide cybersecurity / IA program technical support expertise, field-level support services, and policy support activities to meet Computer Security (COMPUSEC), Ports, Protocols & Services (PPS), and TEMPEST mission requirements.
This great team win is thanks to the outstanding efforts of the whole CYSS team, which includes our subcontractor ISHPI and Odyssey employees Carol Mullins, David Hammack, Josh Walker, and newcomer Kyle Szugye.
Odyssey's performance on this contract will commence on April 15, 2016.
March 28, 2016 - Joint Functional Component Command Integrated Missile Defense (JFCC IMD)
We are pleased to announce that Odyssey has been awarded a contract in support of U.S. Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM) Joint Functional Component Command Integrated Missile Defense (JFCC IMD)!
As the incumbent contractor on this work, Odyssey will continue to support JFCC IMD in synchronizing operational missile defense planning, security cooperation activities and global force management for missile defense capabilities.
We will assist in conducting global ballistic missile defense operations support, above element Joint Ballistic Missile Defense training, asset management and alternate execution authority.
Our efforts will also include integrating, synchronizing and conducting training, exercises and test activities; advocating and coordinating for global missile defense capabilities, conducting analysis and assessments of current and future capabilities, and recommending operational acceptance.
Finally, we will help protect information systems and provide network support for Missile Defense operations.
Congratulations to Jon "JD" Dowling, our Director of Army Programs, the entire JFCC IMD staff, and our prime contractor, PeopleTec, for a great joint effort in strategizing and delivering a top-notch proposal. This is a true team win and a reflection of the outstanding work that our JFCC IMD personnel perform each and every day.
Odyssey's performance on this contract will commence on March 28, 2016.
Feb 25, 2016 - Naval Medical Research Unit Dayton (NAMRU-D)
We are pleased to announce that Odyssey has been awarded a five-year Administrative Support Services contract valued at $3,147,757 for the Naval Medical Research Unit Dayton (NAMRU-D).
NAMRU-D performs cutting edge medical research that supports Naval forces afloat and ashore, assists the nation in detecting and combating disease and biological crises, and contributes to humanitarian medical relief efforts worldwide. NAMRU-D's particular focus areas include aeromedical and environmental health effects research.
Congratulations to the Business Development team, specifically Steve Sovaiko, for spearheading this effort and capturing a new market and customer for Odyssey. Our support to NAMRU-D will not only expand our footprint in Dayton, OH, but yield future opportunities in this exciting field.
Odyssey's performance on this contract will commence on March 8, 2016.
Sept 20, 2015 - Battle Management Foreign Military Sales (AFLCMC/HBSI & AFLCMC/HBN)
The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center announced Odyssey Systems Consulting Group as the winner of the Battle Management Directorate Foreign Military Sales Task Order as part of the PASS II contract. Work under this effort includes International Airborne Warning and Control Systems (AFLCMC/HBSI) and the Foreign Military Sales Division (AFLCMC/HBN). Work will be performed primarily at Hanscom AFB, MA with support at other locations including Saudi Arabia, Taiwan and Japan.
Sept 18, 2015 - Odyssey Awarded Battle Management Directorate Staff, Force Protection Division, and Operational Command and Control Division (AFLCMC/HB/HBU/HBB)
The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center announced Odyssey Systems Consulting Group as the winner of the Battle Management Directorate Staff (AFLCMC/HB), Force Protection Division (AFLCMC/HBU) and Operational Command and Control Division (AFLCMC/HBB) Task Order as part of the PASS II contract.
The Battle Management Directorate’s mission is to rapidly develop, acquire and field Battle Management capabilities worldwide, to enable aerospace management and superiority, precision engagement, global attack, dominant maneuver and homeland defense across a wide spectrum of battle management and communications and control weapon systems. Work will be performed at Hanscom AFB, MA and Langley AFB, VA.
Aug 17, 2015 - Odyssey Awarded AWACS Division (AFLCMC/HBS) & AMS Division (AFLCMC/HBA)/AFLCMC Staff
The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center announced Odyssey System Consulting Group as the winner of the Airborne Warning and Control Systems Division (AFLCMC/HBS) contract (FA8721-31-D-0002 0003) on July 28, 2015 as part of the PASS II contract and the Aerospace Management Systems Division (AFLCMC/HBA) and AFLCMC Staff (WFNM, XCZ, PZM, FZA, INH) contract.
Aug 12, 2015 - Odyssey Awarded F-15 Division (AFLCMC/WWQ)
Odyssey Systems Consulting Group is proud to have been selected as the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center's next Advisory & Assistance Services provider for the AFLCMC Fighter Bomber Directorate PEO's F-15 Division and will provide expertise and integrated solutions support for all DoD acquisition life cycle phases.
We are committed to our customer's successful mission to design, develop, integrate, test, produce, deploy, modernize, and support United States and Foreign Military Sales F-15 fighter aircraft weapon systems and subsystems. Work will be performed primarily at Wright Patterson AFB, OH and Robins AFB, GA.
June 17, 2015 - Odyssey Awarded STS II SMC/MC Task Order
Odyssey has been awarded a five-year $36,970,361 firm-fixed-price contract to provide technical advisory and assistance services to the Space and Missile Systems Center in the following three main categories: Systems Engineering (providing system engineering, system integration, system effectiveness and analysis, system architecture and risk management), Operations and Sustainment (providing support for the integrated sustainment test and support environment and operations and sustainment engineering), and Acquisition Security (providing program protection planning, cybersecurity and unit and administrative security). Work will be performed at Los Angeles Air Force Base, California; Vandenberg Air Force Base, California; and Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado.
This award is the result of a competitive acquisition using the General Services Administration OASIS Small Business Pool 5B with five offers received.
This award is the culmination of tremendous effort to establish a footprint in the Los Angeles market at SMC in particular. Congratulations to Odyssey's VP of Operations for the Western Region, Eric Svarverud, Director of Strategic Capture, Steve Sovaiko, SMC Program Director, Michael Gabor, Manager of Proposal Development, Michelle Nixon and the entire pursuit team on this award. With five more Task Orders still to be competed on the STS-II program, Odyssey has a great opportunity to experience substantial growth in LA.
June 1, 2015 - Odyssey Awarded EPASS Armament Task Order
The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center announced on Friday, May 29th that Odyssey Systems was the winner of the EB Task Order under the EPASS contract. This 338-FTE effort supporting the Armament Directorate at Eglin AFB, FL is the single largest task order ever won by Odyssey.
In his congratulatory message to EPASS PM Elizabeth Matthews and Proposal Manager Michelle Nixon, Odyssey CEO, Randy Nunley, offered these thoughts "I am thrilled over the win, extremely happy for you guys in that this is a validation of all of your hard work and dedication, but mostly I'm simply proud of you and Odyssey. You never gave up despite the odds and I am deeply appreciative of that effort. Much like the initial PASS capture was a true seminal point in Odyssey's history I think this win writes the beginning of another chapter in our growth and national recognition."
The magnitude of this tremendous achievement and the impact to Odyssey going forward is unfathomable. Congratulations to Elizabeth and her team!!!
The Defense Department announcement is provided below:
Odyssey Systems Consulting Group LTD, Wakefield, Massachusetts, has been awarded a $212,402,709 cost reimbursable contract for advisory and assistance services (A&AS). Contractor will provide A&AS for the Armament Munitions Directorate in support of the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center. Work will be performed at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, and is expected to be complete by May 31, 2020. This contract involves foreign military sales. This award is the result of a competitive small business set-aside acquisition with six offers received. The contract was competed within Pool 5B of the General Services Administration One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services small business contract. Fiscal 2015 missile procurement, other procurement, operations and maintenance and Foreign Military Sales funds in the amount of $7,239,242 are being obligated at the time of award. The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, is the contracting activity (FA8622-15-F-8120).
We are committed to our customer's successful delivery of affordable and world-dominant armament capabilities... on time, on target.
May 15, 2015 - TIES IDIQ program
Congratulations are once again in order for Justin Seiferth. Justin was the architect behind Odyssey's inclusion on Battelle Memorial Institute's winning TIES Team at Aberdeen Proving Grounds, MD. The TIES IDIQ program supports the U.S Army Research, Development, and Engineering Command (RDECOM), Communications-Electronics Research, Development, and Engineering Center (CERDEC), Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate (I2WD). The support services to be acquired include technical, engineering, program management, prototype development, and fabrication and operations expertise in support of intelligence, electronic warfare and information system development. This win will prove very beneficial as we continue our efforts to penetrate the Aberdeen market. Odyssey's Newport News, VA office received some good news this week as well as it was a key member of the winning CAAS IV TDLOMO TO recompete team. Fronted by BlueForce LLC, Odyssey will continue it's longstanding support to ACC/A3Y's Link 16 Network Design activities. Congrats to both Joey Toler and Ralph Parker for the successful pursuit.
May 1, 2015 - Odyssey BD Blog
It's been another very busy week in the land of Business Development, especially for the proposal group. Michelle Nixon and her team continue to support Elizabeth Matthews' efforts to develop a presence at Wright-Patterson AFB, OH under the Engineering, Professional and Administrative Support Services (EPASS) contract. To date, they have developed and submitted Prime bids for four task orders and are diligently working on three additional proposals at the current time. Odyssey has also supported three additional efforts from a Sub perspective. Late Breaking Development: Congratulations to Elizabeth on her first win under the EPASS program!! Odyssey was part of the Sawdey Solutions Team who won the Agile Combat Support Task Order competed under OASIS Pool 3. We're expecting to add five FTE at Wright-Patt and Robins AFB.
On the Washington, DC front, we received a set of ENs on the SAFTAS II effort and are in the process of generating our response to Air Force District of Washington. An award is expected sometime this summer with a January 2016 performance start date.
Odyssey's Senior Management Team was in Colorado Springs earlier this week, and met with the workforce at Peterson AFB while in town. During the All-hands session, Odyssey's CEO, Randy Nunley, discussed some of our other near-term pursuits including two large Task Orders under the recently-awarded ETASS II IDIQ. Odyssey will be pursuing the Engineering and Technical Acquisition Support Services work for both AFLCMC/HB and AFLCMC/HI. Several hundred engineering and management positions will be available at Hanscom AFB, Peterson AFB, Wright-Patterson AFB, and Gunter Annex to Maxwell AFB. We've begun planning efforts for these proposals and will be in full development over the next two months. If you would like to lend your technical expertise in large enterprise software systems, DIACAP/DIACRMF, FEDRAMP, or ITIL certification processes, and the concept of operations for space and ground surveillance, communication, and command and control systems, please contact email@example.com.
April 17, 2015 - Odyssey awarded a Cyber Security/Information Assurance Task Order
Earlier this week, Odyssey was awarded a Cyber Security/Information Assurance Task Order under our GSA OASIS Small Business contract. The 7-person effort supports AFSPC's Cyberspace Support Squadron at Scott AFB, IL.
Under this effort, Odyssey will provide Cybersecurity/IA field-level support and program management assistance for Computer Security (COMPUSEC), Ports, Protocols & Services (PPS), and TEMPEST to ensure networks, circuits, enclaves and operating systems pose minimal risk to the DoD and the Air Force Information Network (AFIN), interfaces and interconnecting systems that reside on the network.
This is a tremendous win for Odyssey as it increases both our presence with AFSPC and our Cyber/IA capabilities.
Congratulations to Chuck Helwig, who championed this effort for us, and the entire team who developed the winning proposal!
March 31, 2015 - Recent Contract Awards for Odyssey Systems
It was a very good week for Odyssey Systems last week as we were awarded a pair of Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts, one a recompete of our Tactical DataLinks (TDL) support to the US Navy and the second supporting the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center's (AFLCMC) Engineering and Technical Acquisition Support Services (ETASS II) program. Both are tremendous opportunities for Odyssey to expand its engineering and technical capabilities and broaden our portfolio of service across the Department of Defense.
Congratulations to Bob Tylicki and Justin Seiferth and their teams for capturing the TDL II and ETASS II contracts, respectively!
Supporting the Navy Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR), the TDL II contract will provide Code 535 Legacy and Advanced Tactical Data Link (TDL) Systems (herein referred to as TDL Systems) support of the following Programs of Record (PORs) and similar programs that may be developed in the future: Airborne Tactical Data Systems (ATDS), Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD); Command and Control Processor (C2P), Common Data Link Management System (CDLMS), Common Link Integration Processing (CLIP), Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS), Multifunctional Information Distribution System (MIDS), Next Generation C2P (NGC2P), Rehosted C2P (RC2P), TDL related Foreign Military Sales (FMS), and Tactical Command and Control Independent Verification and Validation (TAC C2 IV&V).
Odyssey will compete with Tactical Engineering & Analysis, Inc (TEA), and Computer Sciences Corp (CSC) on future Task Order pursuits.
The ETASS II program will provide AFLCMC Program Executive Office (PEO)-Directorates and Functional Staff at Hanscom AFB and its' associated Geographically Separated Units (GSUs) with a variety of engineering and technical capabilities. The support to be provided includes, but is not limited to, providing disciplined systems/specialty engineering and technical support using established Government, Contractor, and industry processes that encompass the practices and requirements of the Air Force Systems Engineering Assessment Model (AF SEAM) framework.
Other ETASS II awardees were Creative Computing Solutions Inc, Gemini Industries Inc, Oasis Systems LLC, Windmill International Inc, SpectrumS4, Quantech Services Inc, PE Systems Inc, P3I Inc., and Abacus Technology Corp.
Odyssey also recaptured an incumbent effort providing Air Traffic Control and Landing Systems (ATCALS) technical and operational analysis at the Oklahoma Air Logistics Center under our SMDIS III contract. Supporting the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (AFLCMC) HBAA Program Office, Odyssey's team at Tinker AFB will provide high-level technical support to plan, coordinate and conduct a broad scope of life cycle management and maintenance procedures for the ATCALS Modernization Program and the NEXTGEN Air Transportation System Program. NEXTGEN is an umbrella term for the ongoing, wide-ranging transition of the United States’ National Airspace System (NAS) from a ground-based platform of air traffic control to a satellite-based platform of air traffic management. Congrats to Matt Kasberg, Larry Williams and Jon Dowling for bringing in another win for Odyssey!
Congratulations to all who contributed to these tremendous contract wins!! Keep up the good work.