Mon, Jul 02, 2012
North Star Group Receives Four-Year Package Which Includes Engineering, Technical Training
The FAA ATO Office of Technical Training (AJL) has awarded a prime contract to North Star Group, LLC for technical training and professional support services. The contract is for four years consisting of one 12 month base period with three 12 month options. Under the terms of the contract, North Star Group will provide direct support to AJL in technical operations workforce personnel training, certification training and refresher training as the FAA transitions to the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen), Air Traffic System Training.
North Star Group will provide a broad range of professional and technical support services for a full spectrum of FAA technical training programs as they progress through their life cycles. North Star Group is to provide services for engineering, technical assistance, administrative and program support, analysis, planning, application software, data analysis and multimedia support. This support will be delivered at FAA headquarters in Washington, D.C., as well as the FAA Academy in Oklahoma City.
"North Star Group is pleased to expand its training and support capabilities to include these important FAA NextGen training and support efforts," said Robert Olsen, North Star Group Senior Managing Partner. "North Star Group's professional training client service division can benefit federal and private sector clients alike."
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