CSSI Wins FAA Safety Support Contract

By Tish Drake | September 29, 2010
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CSSI, Inc., based in Washington, D.C., was awarded a $124 million task order contract to support FAA’s Air Traffic Organization’s (ATO) Office of Safety.

Under this contract, CSSI will apply safety management system principles across the ATO, building usable safety information from diverse data sources, and facilitating safety performance improvements. The contract covers one base year with up to four one-year options.

“CSSI has a wealth of safety experience and a strong bench of experts who are practiced in creating solutions and predicting potential obstacles,” said Cindy Castillo, CSSI president and CEO. “We’re
excited about working with the FAA on this very important initiative and look forward to making a real, measurable difference in the NAS.”

CSSI partners on this contract include ATAC, Metron Aviation, Native American Technology Corp., Serco, TASC, Young Enterprise Systems, Beacon Tree Public Relations, David Buczek Associates, David Canoles, Institute for Behavior Resources, Mack Global Solutions, The McCabe Group, Outcome Engineering, Nick Sabatini and Associates, and XCELAR.

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