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Columbia Research Corporation - Contract


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Columbia Group
: 21 March, 2007  (Company News)
Columbia Research Corporation is being awarded a $6,300,283 award term task order, M67854-04-A-5167 Task Order 0003, for acquisition, logistics, and administrative support services for the Program Manager Optics & Non-Lethal Systems (ONS), Infantry Weapons Systems office.The task will be fully funded at the time of contract award.The ONS program manager develops, demonstrates, procures, fields, and provides life-cycle management support for optics and non-lethal systems to support USMC warfighting forces.This includes all day and night scopes, laser pointers, laser illuminators, thermal weapons sights, night vision enhancement devices, and non-lethal systems.Critical FY07/08 requirements include acquisition planning and documentation, logistics analysis and documentation, program scheduling and tracking, life-cycle management oversight, fielding and training coordination, and commercial product assessments for various Electro-Optical and non-lethal systems. Work will be performed in Quantico, VA (81 percent);Albany, GA (13 percent); Camp Lejeune, NC (3 percent); and Camp Pendleton, CA. (3 percent).
Additionally, to accommodate logistics management and training issues, on-site support at Marine Corps Logistics Base, Albany, GA, and other various CONUS locations is required throughout the contract duration to support expedient handling of logistics and training requirements in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and the expected triple increase in assets.Throughout the performance period, conventional administrative support will be required for financial management, budget monitoring, business planning, project management (e.g., MS Project, WBS) and briefings.
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