AASKI wins $673M Army STORM task order

AASKI Technology of Tinton Falls, NJ announced on July 22 that it has won task order contracts with a ceiling totaling well over $1B on the Army’s R23G contract. AASKI has a Small Business Prime position on RS3 and will leverage pre

vious performance on R23G to meet its strategic goals for this important follow-on contract.   “We competed on R23G task orders for well over seven years, and to achieve this level of success on a highly competitive contract is a credit to the people within AASKI, our processes, and our commitment to pursue work under major IDIQ contracts,” stated Rob Danziger, AASKI’s R23G and RS3 program director. “The resources, processes, and commitment are in place to continue and build on our previous success as we pursue opportunities on the RS3 contract.”

At the tail end of the ordering period on R23G, which ended in October 2017, AASKI secured four new task orders.  AASKI secured a five year task order valued at up to $114M for continued support to the PEO IEW&S, PM Electronic Warfare and Cyber (EW&C) in Aberdeen, MD and other locations.  US Army CERDEC, S&TCD awarded AASKI a three year task order to provide Tactical Communications & Network Systems Engineering Support to the Tactical Radio Branch, Network Operations Branch, and Cyber Security Information Assurance (CSIA) Branch in Aberdeen, MD.  AASKI was also selected to provide support to the CECOM ILSC Communications Security Logistics Activity (CSLA) in Ft. Huachuca on a four year task order.  Additionally, AASKI was recently awarded a task order to support NavAir Lakehurst, PMA-257, F402, to provide engineering and technical services in support of the AV-8B, incumbent work we had done for NavAir previously.

“As the ordering period for R23G came to a close this October, we maintained our aggressive approach, leveraging our world class internal proposal process, and working closely with our teammates to win critical task orders,” stated Bharat Parikh, CEO of AASKI.  “We believe this solidifies our customer base for the upcoming years and positions AASKI very well on RS3.  When we won the R23G IDIQ contract, we knew that we could compete, but $1.2B in task order wins is a mesmerizing achievement.  We are a Small Business prime on RS3 and we expect to repeat and hopefully beat our performance from R23G.  The wins are a testament to the incredibly hard working people within the AASKI family, and our relationship with our industry partners, and the high level of confidence from our customers.  In the current dynamic contracting environment, staying true to our motto, mission focused, customer centric, has helped us win opportunities to deliver to the most important resource we have in our nation, the warfighter.”

Source: AASKI