A-T Solutions gets $37M naval expeditionary forensics and biometrics program contract

March 20, 2014 - 

A-T Solutions has announced that it has just been awarded $37 million order by the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division (NSWCDD) in support of the Naval Expeditionary Forensics and Biometrics (NEFB) program to assist in providing forensic support to all branches of the military.

“We are honored to have this opportunity to support the NEFB team in this extremely critical area of operations,” Dennis Kelly, president and CEO of A-T Solutions said. “Forensics and biometrics are especially essential to our nation’s and allies’ efforts to thwart terrorism and bring terrorists to justice. We look forward to our talented and highly experienced team providing exceptional in-field expertise, knowledge and technology tools to support the NSWCDD in this vital mission.”

According to the company, the NEFB provides reach-back forensic and biometric exploitation analysis to support various operational agencies, and aims to provide rapid results to meet intelligence, security, stability and law enforcement needs in the areas of forensic and biometric science.

Under this new contract, A-T Solutions responsibilities include program management and technical support; engineering and technician services; logistical and installation services; deployment planning, execution and personnel support; website and data management services; equipment, materials, and supplies management; explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) support; and forensic services in the DNA, chemistry, firearm and tool mark, and latent print disciplines. A-T Solutions will also provide technical and nontechnical support to the NSWCDD as it supports the global DoD forensics requirements.

Reported previously, A-T Solutions recently acquired GreenLine Systems, a technology company specializing in risk management for government work around the maritime and the cross-border movement of vessels, goods and people.

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