Total Quality Systems of Roy, Utah has been awarded a new, follow-on Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract for “Joint AFSC/NAVAIR Intermittent Fault Detection and Isolation System (IFDIS®) Test Program Set (TPS) Development” to provide support to the “SBIR Develops Innovation for Sustainment” (SDIS) Pilot Program. This new effort will expand IFDIS® capability to three (3) additional F-16 Line Replaceable Units (LRUs) and one (1) additional F/A 18 Weapons Replaceable Assembly (WRA). The IFDIS® was initially developed and delivered by TQS in 2008 under the SBIR Program to give the Air Force the ability to detect and isolate intermittent circuit anomalies in high-cost avionics assets, thereby enabling the repair of chassis to improve time-on-wing and reduce sustainment cost. Its unique capability derives from the design and system integration of a Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) analyzer, vibration table, and environmental chamber with an asset-specific Test Program Set (TPS) which includes an Interface Test Adaptor (ITA), custom system control software, and custom display software. The success of the initial IFDIS® deliveries has led to expansion to the Navy. To date, TQS has delivered three (3) IFDIS® systems to the Air Force at Ogden Air Logistics Center (OO-ALC) and three (3) IFDIS® systems to the Navy at NAS North Island, California, NAS Lemoore, California and NAS Oceana, Virginia. TQS has been recognized with multiple awards and accolades for their IFDIS® innovation.