SRI engages strategic partners within the U.S. Army and the small business community to offer a new operational approach to moving information systems into sustainment. Our cost-effective, iterative, and seamless approach involves subject matter experts from across SRI’s multidisciplinary technology R&D focus areas. To expand our capabilities for Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG) clients, SRI’s Information and Intelligence Systems (I2S) group has opened a new location inside the APG gates.
APG is home to the Army’s Communications and Electronics Command (CECOM), Research and Development Command (RDECOM), Army Research Lab (ARL), Army’s Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC) and Program Executive Offices for Command, Control, Computers Tactical (C3T) and Intelligence Electronic Warfare & Sensors (IEW&S). SRI has provided ongoing support to commands at this location since 2007. We have also supported the Army Reprogramming Analysis Team (ARAT) since 1991, and recently secured a new contract to support ARAT for another three years.
SRI’s new location at APG strategically aligns its business segments to further engage the U.S. Army’s counterparts and shape emerging opportunities within SRI’s R&D divisions. The I2S group has four strategic goals for the facility:
- Develop solutions for clients that bridge gaps in bringing systems from original equipment manufacturer (OEM) support into a U.S. Army program of record.
- Help clients transition systems from R&D to sustainment.
- Partner with emerging small businesses to provide technical depth and capability on restricted contracts.
- Grow SRI’s professional engineering services in the region with links to SRI’s core areas of R&D strength.
As we launch our new facility, we look forward to working together with the local small business community and shape opportunities within the Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C 4 ISR) community.