Carol Craig shares her insights to high-tech business in Central Florida in an installment of the Faces of Technology series, from the Florida High Tech Corridor Council
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Craig Technologies will continue to support the Aircrew Training and Rehearsal Support (ATARS II) program with Lockheed Martin, and has recently hired for positions at Kirtland AFB, NM and Hurlburt Field, FL. Continue
ATARS II is a distributed, fully-networked environment that provides combat-ready aircrews to support Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC) units deployed across the world in support of national requirements.
Under its subcontract from Lockheed Martin, awarded in October 2007, Craig Technologies currently provides technical support to execute custom-designed combat training and simulation systems used in pilot education and mission instruction for the C-130 Talon, Spectre and Shadow, MH-53 Pave Low and MH-60 Pave Hawk and the CV-22 Osprey.
The follow-on work that began December 1 will include the positions of Mission Coordinator, Academic Scheduler, Registrar, Flight line Scheduler, Consolidated Learning Center Technician, and Publications Librarian. Galactic Network Integrators (GNI) is teaming with Craig Technologies on this effort. Collapse
Craig Technologies will provide project management support services at Kennedy Space Center under a contract awarded to Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) on November 24. Continue
Craig Technologies has provided project and business management, and administrative support to Kennedy's Ground Operations (GO) Project Office in support of NASA's Constellation Program with SAIC since July 2007, and currently employs a staff of 17 at Kennedy.
The contract begins on Feb. 1, 2009, with a two-year base period and three one-year options to extend performance. Craig Technologies plans to hire for several new positions through the first quarter of 2009 to continue with configuration and data management, integrated scheduling, risk management and administrative support to the development, analysis, and tracking of Constellation Ground Operations risks.
The Cape Canaveral-based firm currently performs on two other NASA contracts with 16 employees providing IT and engineering support at Headquarters in Washington, DC, and 2 employees providing engineering support to the Intelligent Systems Research and Development Support (ISRDS) program at Ames Research Center, CA.
The contract is a cost-plus-fixed-fee contract and has a total potential core value of $59.3 million if all options are exercised. An additional indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract line item is included with a possible ceiling of $10 million for a maximum potential value of approximately $69.3 million. Collapse
12.2008 Craig Technologies is "Championship Sponsor" for the "2008 Advantage: Teens tennis" event, benefitting Junior Achievement of East Central Florida and PREVENT! Of Brevard.
The Florida High Tech Corridor Council
releases the “florida.HIGH.TECH 2009” directory, profiling Carol Craig
for her NFO experience and the Naval training analysis contract awarded to Craig Technologies in August 2008.
Charles "Charlie" Huffine joins Craig Technologies as a senior advisor of corporate operations, working closely with CEO Carol Craig and the executive leadership team for strategic planning purposes. Continue
"The addition of Charlie to Craig Technologies is a key to the success of Craig Technologies business model and maintaining Craig Technologies edge in a very competitive industry," announced John Craig, Vice President of Craig Technologies.
Prior to joining Craig Technologies, Charlie worked within Booz-Allen Hamilton (BAH) as event support lead for the Mission Readiness business segment, and as exercise lead in support of the Army’s Battle Command Training Program.
"I would like to be part of Craig Technologies continued growth with a personal goal of an average of 15% per year growth for at least the next 5 years," says Charlie.
Charlie has over 30 years Program Management, software & technical development, training support, systems security and strategic planning experience. He has had numerous journal papers published and received the Alfred Thayer Mahan distinguished author award while attending the Naval War College.
Prior to joining BAH, Charlie was the department manager and lead program manager for the software production efforts of several modeling and simulation programs being developed for the Department of Defense aviation, intelligence and space communities.
A former Naval officer, Charlie lives near Orlando with Susie, his wife of 35 years, enjoying travel, woodworking, and time spent with their two grand-daughters while expecting a third grand-child in the coming months. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering, a Masters degree in Systems Engineering and an M.B.A. degree.
Charlie holds the internationally recognized systems security certifications Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) and the technical computer certifications COMP TIA+ and Network +. Collapse
Craig Technologies will support the Integrated Communications and Information Systems (ICIS) Division of the Naval Air Systems Command on a contract with Booz Allen Hamilton, awarded September 1, 2008. Continue
The contract will provide for services in support of a variety of communications and electronic systems development efforts. These services include hardware and software development, system engineering and testing, and the integration of missions systems into existing DoD platforms.
Craig Technologies staff will perform work for the Naval Air Systems Command (NavAir) Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division, Webster Field, St. Inigoes, MD. The Cape Canaveral based firm currently supports several contracts within NavAir, including software development at Headquarters in Patuxent River, MD, and training analysis at the Naval Air Warfare Center Training Services Division (NAWC TSD) in Orlando.
The contract was issued for the ICIS division to continue their support of DoD platforms in providing exceptional communications & electronics system engineering and integration products & services, and falls under the Seapower 21vehicle.
Craig Technologies will provide services under a contract awarded by NASA's Ames Research Center to Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies Inc. (SGT Inc.) on September 26, 2008. Continue
The Intelligent Systems Research and Development Support (ISRDS) Contract has a maximum value of $300M and will provide support to the Intelligent Systems Division at Ames.
The division conducts scientific research, develops technologies, builds applications and deploys advanced information systems technology into NASA missions and other federal government projects. ISRDS is a Cost-Plus-Fixed-Fee (CPFF) contract with a maximum potential of 5-years of performance.
Project areas include autonomous systems and robotics, collaborative and assistant systems, discovery and systems health, robust software engineering and software systems engineering and software project management. Work will be performed at Ames. Collapse
08.2008 Craig Technologies will support MacAulay Brown to provide services under the United States Strategic Command Systems and Missions Support (USAMS II) contract, awarded by the United States Air Force on July 25th.
The multiple award ID/IQ contracts awarded to six companies for a maximum of $9 Million are for Advisory and Assistance Services (A&AS) in support of USSTRATCOM to provide support for necessary information and advice, opinions, alternatives, analyses, evaluations, recommendations, training and engineering services.
Work on this contract will be performed at multiple locations in the USSTRACOM mission areas of Global Command and Control, Global Strike, ISR, Information Operations, Ballistic Missile Defense, Nuclear and Strategic Deterrence.
Craig Technologies will be supporting work for the US Marine Corps Systems Command (MARCORSYSCOM) Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle (EFV) bow flap program. Continue