Contract Vehicles


Current Contract Vehicles

Aviation and Missile Command (AMCOM) - Expedited Professional and Engineering Support Services (EXPRESS), Programmatic Domain
Host: Army Contracting Command - Redstone (ACC-RSA)

Eligible Users: Army Aviation and Missile Customers

Contract Value: Blanket Purchase Agreement

DMAero Role: Subcontractor

Contract Number: W31P4Q09A0016

Description: AMCOM EXPRESS is a multiple award task order contract that provides the Aviation and Missile Command and its supported organizations (PEO Aviation, PEO Missiles and Space, Aviation and Missile Research and Development Center (AMRDEC) with full life cycle programmatic support. Task areas may include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Resource Management Support
  • Cost Estimating/Analysis
  • Schedule Development/Assessment
  • Program Management
  • Plans and Integration
  • Strategic Planning Analysis
  • International Program Support
  • Security Assistance Program Support
  • Operations Research and Systems Analysis
Contact Us: Mike Love, Director of Engineering; 478-956-1025;

Past Contract Vehicles

Defense Systems Technical Area Task (DSTAT)
Host: The Supply Chain Management Engineering Office (409 SCMS/GUEA)

Contract Number: FA8075-14-D-0014

DMAero Role: Subcontractor

Description: The objective of this program was for DMAero engineers, logistics experts, and other personnel to provide aircraft support by gathering all available data such as drawings, failure data, repair actions and, if available, unserviceable and/or serviceable assets for the purpose of resolving DMSMS, supportability, reliability, and maintainability issues on assigned tasks. All tasks had either incomplete or nonexistent available TDPs. DMAero conducted Functional Configuration Audits (FCAs) and Physical Configuration Audits (PCAs) to determine requirements, if possible, and then would recommend a single solution through the performance of an Analysis of Alternative (AoA), developed test and implementation plans, and created designs, which were delivered in a Phase I Final Technical Report. The implementation plan included the estimated cost to complete Phase II (prototyping/procurement efforts) for the task. DMAero completed the proposed Phase II efforts and produced all requested documentation and deliverables to satisfy customer requirements for obsolescence and DMSMS resolution, to include the delivery of full redesign concepts, prototypes, and MIL-STD-461 and MIL-STD-810 qualified items. Upon completion of Phase II, DMAero delivered a Phase II Final Technical Report for each tasking. Additionally, tasks to support this requirement were comprised of engineering design and analysis, engineering and logistics studies, prototyping, parts obsolescence identification and resolution, test support, engineering drawings, Technical Orders (TO) development, system/subsystem integration, avionics systems analysis, operational capability improvements, and reliability and maintainability improvements. A brief description of some of the specific projects successfully completed, has been provided below:

For the ARC-169 Front Panel (a Control Indicator critical item), we reviewed Legacy drawings and assets, created Legacy requirements documentation needed for a reverse engineering project, analyzed Legacy CCA’s for obsolescence, reverse engineered the Legacy asset, identified Legacy circuit card functionality and replicated this with modern parts /components, and designed and assembled an in-house prototype Development Board and an in-house LRU tester. Complete Redesign concept was equipped with sustainable and maintainable LEDs and switches, from qualified vendors, to combat current obsolescence and procurement issues. Identified problems within the Government TDP and other documentation that was leading to procurement issues (incomplete modification history and previous TCTO implementation).

Performed Failure Analysis, reviewed Legacy drawings and assets, created Legacy requirements documentation needed for reverse engineering projects for multiple LRUs on the APQ-166 Radar System. For the Radar Pressurization Unit, DMAero defined system physical and functional specifications (Government did not have complete requirements) reverse engineered LRU and subcomponents, designed internal controllers, researched sources of OEM and qualified suitable substitute products. DMAero also designed, built, assembled, and successfully performed qualification testing (MIL-STD-461 & MIL-STD-810) on a critical internal component required for system functionality. A complete redesigned LRU concept was successfully created and delivered to the customer for obsolescence and DMSMS issue resolution. For the Feedhorn, Waveguide, and various internal system amplifiers, DMAero, defined system specifications, researched sources of OEM and suitable substitute products, qualified alternate sources, created recommendations to correct current failures, and provided the customer with information regarding these alternate sources. 

Government Partnerships

Partnership Agreement - Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex
Host: The Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex (WR-ALC)

Contract Number: PA#WR-WR-ALC-DMAeroLLC-15-001

Description: The main goals of the Partnership Agreement (PA) maintained between DMAero, LLC and the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex (WR-ALC) is to sustain the core capabilities of WR-ALC, and to foster cooperation between the WR-ALCs and private sector partners. Efforts completed under this PA help WR-ALC enhance readiness by sustaining parts availability, reducing repair cycle times, improving the efficiency and effectiveness of the support provided by Centers of Industrial and Technical Excellence (CITE), identifying opportunities to leverage future business partnerships and private sector investments to re-capitalize depot maintenance activities, and providing more responsive, timely, and reliable support to the warfighter. This PA also aids to improve Air Force 50-50/Core posture, sustain positive returns on investments, introduce improved business practices and updated technology to DoD maintenance operations and products, facilitate innovation and transformation by identifying potential projects and target areas for improvement and opportunities (including new technology), and enhance the industrial base to improve and sustain manufacturing and repair capabilities, both organic and private. Overall, the effective utilization of this agreement will result in the reduction of the cost of DoD parts and services produced or maintained at WR-ALC, the decrease of the DoD cost of ownership, in operations and maintenance, and environmental remediation, and the improvement of the use of available organic capabilities, facilities, and equipment.