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.