We are your source for innovative product and process improvement solutions that reduce your operating costs.
Reap the benefits of our award winning technologies and 24 years of experience to improve your competitive edge.
To date we have helped our customers implement product and process improvements that have cut their operating costs by over $365 million.
We employ many highly skilled individuals of varied disciplines ready to exceed your expectations, nearly half of which are military veterans.
TQS was awarded a contract to redevelop a commercial application for the DoD under the Rapid Innovation Funding (RIF) Program as a subcontractor to Universal Engineering Consulting Services, LLC (UECS). The application is called the Aggregated Network Data System (ANDS™) decision support system and it enhances DoD management of Diminishing Manufacturing Sources/Material Shortages (DMS/MS) by […]
TQS has been awarded a subcontract by ARRAY Information Technologies for Option 2 of the Defense Repair Information Logistics System (DRILS), or D200, sustainment contract. DRILS is a maintenance documentation and analysis system that provides accurate, detailed serialized maintenance information to assist DoD technicians in repairing military systems. Historical repair information provides trends and tracks […]
The Federal Government has designated TQS as an “Essential Critical Infrastructure Workforce” contractor; thus, TQS must remain fully operational during this Coronavirus emergency. As the only supplier of the IFDIS® to the DoD, our support to increase the readiness of our military aircraft is of paramount importance. Our development, delivery, and support of our IFDIS® continues […]
To Our Valued Customers and Partners, Although no TQS employee has been infected to date, we are taking precautions during this Corona Virus outbreak (COVID-19). Out of an abundance of concern for not overwhelming our hospitals, TQS has implemented the recommended social distancing and maximum work-from-home policies to do our part in “flattening the curve,” […]