Monthly Archives: June 2014

US Fleet Forces Command Contract Award

KCG has been awarded a contract to provide support services to United States Fleet Forces Command (USFFC), specifically, USFF N82 Ballistic Missile Defense Requirements / Integrated Air and Missile Defense (BMD/IAMD) and N83 Operational Level of War / Maritime Operations Center (OLW/MOC).

Support for USFF N82 and N83 will provide a broad range of technical services to address wholeness gaps in ballistic missile defense (BMD), integrated air and missile and defense (IAMD), maritime fires and Operational Level of War (OLW) manpower, personnel, training and education (MPT&E) issues across the range of OLW/Maritime Operations Center (MOC) activities as articulated in the annual OLW/MOC Integrated Priorities Capability List (IPCL). Specifically, N83 support will work MPT&E issues identified in the OLW/MOC IPCL to develop solutions in the areas of operational planning, operational assessment, maritime targeting, and the integration of kinetic and non-kinetic capabilities. Contractor for N83 will also provide the BMD Command and Control (C2) and maritime fires expertise necessary to collaborate with OLW stakeholders and engage MOC personnel via the MOC Warfare Improvement Program (WIP) and mission area capability assessments in the areas of BMD and maritime fires in order to refine capability gaps and identify or develop appropriate solutions across the DOTMLPF-P spectrum. N82 support will identify and create solutions for wholeness gaps in European Phased Adaptive Approach (EPAA) Phase II.

Advanced Technology Center Partner Breakfast

On June 12, Mark and Michael Klett attended the Advanced Technology Center Partner Breakfast. KCG is proud to partner with the ATC of Virginia Beach which is located on the Tidewater Community College campus. Since 2002, the ATC has been providing world class education to local Virginia Beach City Public School (VBCPS) high school students.

The Center offers four strands of curriculum: Information Technology, Telecommunications, High Performance Manufacturing/Engineering, and Marketing Education. VBCPS students leave their one or two year programs ready for the professional business world, most with industry certifications. We would like to personally thank Mr. Michael D. Taylor, Director, and Mrs. Ann Marie Garvey, Assistant Director, as well as all the teachers for their continued dedication to the future leaders of our world. To learn more about the Advanced Technology Center, visit their website at www.vbatc.com.