AASKI supports the U.S. Army Demilitarization program. This program is administered by the U.S. Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Life Cycle Management Command and is designed to reverse the effects of combat stress on equipment. The Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Life Cycle Management Command (TACOM LCMC) is responsible for overseeing the Demilitarization process for Soldier and ground systems in its portfolio. AASKI supports Demilitarization in the following programs: LRC/LEO Support, PEO C3T SETA Support.
AASKI has experience performing IV&V on several different U.S. Army, Department of Homeland Security and commercial organizations.
The value of independent verification and validation and the quality of its products comes from the truth in the information that it produces. Our IV&V methods provide an independent process that helps identify and mitigate development risk and use risk for the customer. We use a state-of-the-art IV&V methodology and tools to help us perform IV&V on any customer project at any point in the project life cycle.
Our scientific IV&V processes are standards-based, objective, and reproducible. AASKI’s IV&V staff supports our customer by providing artifact reviews, testing (component, system, and regression), process analysis, and code reviews.
At AASKI, our highly skilled procurement professionals help us deliver successful projects for government and industry customers around the world by acquiring high-quality and competitively priced equipment, materials and services-when we need them, anywhere in the world. We ensure compliance with applicable regulations and contract provisions, including small business/supplier diversity program requirements. In addition, we also support the customer by prequalifying potential subcontractors to determine safety record, capability, and past performance; we also prepare and administer subcontracts and manage change orders to improve customers’ profit margins.
In order to ensure operational effectiveness of the system throughout its lifecycle, AASKI researches all the information necessary for the maintenance or potential repair of the customer system prior to its fielding. So, to support our customer, all potentially important product data including replacement part numbers for spare parts and accessories, manufacturing lead times, repair and replacement processes, and warranty information are obtained and stored. If desired, spares and repair kits can be provided to our customers with the systems to minimize in-field downtime by allowing our end users to resolve simple problems in the field.
Unit Set Fielding (USF) is a five-phased, system of systems approach to the fielding of complex Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) capabilities.
USF, works as a "one-stop-shop" for units by managing the planning and implementation of fielding and reset for C4ISR capabilities. USF is synchronized with units' long range training calendars, reset and support, and is also closely aligned with the Army Force Generation (ARFORGEN) process for building trained and ready forces.
Throughout the fielding of systems, AASKI can provide, coordinate or facilitate the training of system users for the customer. Our customer support can include end user training, instructor training, or training from the manufacturers of the individual products contained within the system(s). As part of this training, our company can provide instructors or trainees with supporting documentation including instruction manuals, training guides, and lesson plans. Should additional training materials or documentation be needed for any customer, AASKI will assist end users or instructors in obtaining any required resources.