APRIL 8, 2016 – National Aerospace Solutions invites you to submit questions about the transition process as the company prepares to assume responsibility for Test Operations and Sustainment at the Arnold Engineering Development Complex.
We will post responses to the frequently asked questions as soon as they are available.
All-employee meetings scheduled
ATA employees should monitor their work email for the time and location of two all-employee meetings to be scheduled for Thursday, April 14.
82 days left
This is day 8 of the scheduled 90-day transition period for the TOS contract. Our primary goal during transition is to build an organization that combines the resources of the NAS member companies with the workforce’s knowledge and experience to meet and exceed the AEDC Commander’s vision and work with their new CTF organization.
Thank you for helping us meet this goal,
The NAS Team
NAS General Manager Cynthia Rivera welcomes attendees to the
all-hands meeting at the Coffee County Conference Center in Manchester.
The National Aerospace Solutions (NAS) management team held the first all-hands meetings with hundreds of members of the AEDC contractor workforce Thursday (April 14) to provide an update on contract transition and answer questions. The meetings were split into four sessions to give different shift workers the opportunity to attend.
April 13, 2016 — The first set of job listings for National Aerospace Solutions, LLC is now posted on the
Careers tab. Note: All positions at AEDC for all NAS member companies will appear on this page, even if some appear on member company websites as well. If you’d like to receive periodic email updates of new job listings, update your email preferences here and select Job Listings as in the example below: Read more
Today we will start sharing information about the companies who have joined together to form NAS – a single-purpose, limited liability company whose only mission is to perform the Test Operations and Sustainment scope of work at Arnold Engineering Development Complex.
Today we will continue sharing information about the companies who have joined together to form NAS – a single-purpose, limited liability company whose only mission is to perform the Test Operations and Sustainment scope of work at Arnold Engineering Development Complex.
To read Part 1,
click here. Read more
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Team to run Arnold Engineering Development Complex Test Operations and Sustainment
ARNOLD AFB, Tennessee, March 2, 2016 – The U.S. Air Force has directed National Aerospace Solutions LLC to begin the transition period for assuming the Test Operations and Sustainment contract at the Arnold Engineering Development Complex in Tennessee and facilities in Maryland and California on April 1, 2016. The NAS team consists of Bechtel National Inc., Sierra Lobo Inc., and GP Strategies Corporation with teaming subcontractors Chugach and nLogic.
The Air Force had originally selected NAS in June of 2015, but a protest resulted in a reevaluation in November 2015 and legal action, which was resolved late last week.
I’m pleased to share some positive news today on the U.S. Air Force’s Arnold Engineering Development Complex near Tullahoma, Tennessee.
The U.S. Court of Federal Claims has denied a protest by an unsuccessful offeror, and the Air Force’s Test Operations and Sustainment contract award to National Aerospace Solutions, LLC has been upheld. As you may recall, the Air Force’s original award to NAS came
last June but transition was delayed by a protest, award reevaluation, and finally the legal challenge which was decided late last week. Read more
ARNOLD AFB, Tennessee, November 16, 2015 – The U.S. Air Force today announced it has awarded a contract to National Aerospace Solutions LLC, to perform Test Operations and Sustainment for the Arnold Engineering Development Complex at Arnold Air Force Base in Tennessee and facilities in Maryland and California. NAS is a team consisting of Bechtel National Inc., Sierra Lobo Inc., and GP Strategies Corporation.
The Air Force had originally selected NAS in June, but a protest of the contract award resulted in re-evaluation leading to today’s decision. Talks continue with the Air Force on when official contract transition will begin.
A message to Arnold Engineering Development Complex employees
I’m Brian Sheridan, chairman of the Board of Managers of National Aerospace Solutions, LLC.
NAS is honored to be selected by the United States Air Force to run Test Operations and Sustainment for the Arnold Engineering Development Complex. On behalf of the NAS team, we look forward to working with you.
AEDC has a rich history of aerospace testing and a wealth of experience in you, the workforce. Our goal is to build on your experience and dedication to take the Complex to the next level of performance.