ECS has won a contract from the Marine Sierra Hotel Aviation Readiness Method to present modernization services and technological assistance.
Under the three-year, $19 million organization-set-price tag agreement, the ECS staff is tasked with performing operational agile program engineering, upkeep and sustainment, enhancements and plan updates, between other responsibilities, the Fairfax, Virginia-dependent business said Wednesday.
“ECS is honored to operate on M-SHARP as we go on to deliver reducing-edge IT remedies which support our Nation’s warfighters be mission ready,” commented John Heneghan, president of ECS and a receiver of the 2022 Wash100 Award.
M-SHARP is an on the internet training administration application that permits models to participate in flight demonstrations and retain overcome competencies by way of true-time forecasting, scheduling, proactive workout routines and reporting. It is overseen by the U.S. Maritime Corps Education and Education and learning Command Aviation Requirements Branch.
ECS has a heritage of contribution to M-SHARP and their prime incumbent position on the new agreement calls for them to furnish user guidance and coaching, assistance desk assist and accreditation and details assurance, in addition to cloud web hosting upkeep and sustainment.
In the past, ECS has outfitted M-SHARP with a education and readiness module that was reportedly effective to the program, as very well as spearheaded the system’s migration to a safe, USMC cloud databases that strengthened software performance.
Wanting ahead, ECS will lengthen its get the job done providing Maritime Aircraft Wing models with discipline services agent finish guidance and schooling, alongside its contributions of an built-in ticketing procedure, enhanced logging and reporting and specialised flight timetable capabilities.
“We’re thrilled to continue our aid of M-SHARP, leveraging Scaled Agile Frameworks (Secure) to continually deliver new abilities to the MAWs on time and on spending budget,” said Luis “CC” Colon-Castro, vice president of mission units at ECS.