TQS was awarded a follow-on subcontract supporting BAE Systems of America on 16 January, 2018 to assist in the quality assurance of USG technical data used for Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and Material Shortages (DMS/MS) analysis supporting USAF weapons systems. This contract has two one-year options to continue this effort as needed by the USAF.
The F/A-18 has been in the news for many months now for not having the readiness rate needed to support USN operations and training. One reason for this is the presence of intermittent failures in the chassis of the radar system. TQS will develop and deliver a Radar Interface Test Adapter (ITA) and associated software […]
TQS has established a satellite office in Huntsville, Alabama. This office manages our Contingency Acquisition Support Model (cASM) contract and functions as a point of contact with the Army Contracting Command and other agencies located in the southeastern United States.
As a continuing effort to support Warfighters overseas and stationed within the United States, the Contingency Acquisition Support Model (cASM) Program Office under the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) awarded Task Order 7 to Total Quality Systems for development of new functionality to the system, on 23 August 2017. cASM is a one of a kind […]
TQS was awarded the Air Force maintenance contract for supporting three Intermittent Fault Detection and Isolation Systems (IFDISs) for the Ogden Air Logistics Complex, Hill AFB, Utah. These three IFDISs support mission critical workload to keep the F-16 readiness rate up to operational need. Specifically, the three IFDISs detect and isolate otherwise nearly impossible to […]
Building on the success of a recently demonstrated IFDIS use applied to the F/A-18 GCU, the USN awarded a 3-year, multi-million dollar contract for the procurement of two additional Intermittent Fault Detection and Isolation Systems (IFDISs) to support the readiness of the F/A-18 fleet by filling a gap in maintenance capabilities in repairing the Generator […]
TQS was awarded a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase 1 contract to design a replacement energy storage system to support ICBM ground systems. The Phase 1 effort is to design a replacement system with advanced capacitors and show that it will meet the requirements supporting the ground system. The advanced capacitor-based system replaces an […]
23 June 2017 – Based upon the success of the recent Phase III Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract to create, document, demonstrate and commercialize a process that produces Mean Cumulative Function (MCF) and Rate of Occurrence of Failure (ROCOF) analyses, TQS was awarded a contract Option to continue the research and to demonstrate the […]
7 JUNE 2017 – TQS was notified that it has been selected for the award of a Phase I Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant for its proposal, “Advanced Capacitors for Energy Storage”. The objective of this topic is the development and demonstration of a rechargeable energy storage system that is desired to maintain decreased […]
On the 25th of March, 2017 TQS was awarded Option Year 4 to continue sustainment and customer support for the Defense Repair Information Logistics System (DRILS). TQS developed and delivered the original DRILS to the Air Force in 2000. For the past 3 years TQS has functioned as a subcontractor to ARRAY Information Technologies on […]