"ALE provided us with needed expertise and support to substantially improve our proposal. They were professional, flexible, and knowledgeable."
-System Architect/Engineer, Proposal Support
WORTHINGTON, Ohio – September 26, 2018 – Acquisition Logistics Engineering (ALE) is teamed with the winning bidder, Leidos, on the United States Navy’s Acoustic Device Countermeasure (ADC) MK5 Program. Leidos is a Fortune 500® information technology, engineering, and science solutions and services leader.
The ADC MK5 is a deployable and expendable undersea mobile defense device that uses advanced acoustic technology to combat the threat of acoustic-homing torpedoes to submarines.
As a subcontractor to Leidos, ALE will be leading the life-cycle engineering and analysis activities for the Leidos Team in the following areas: Integrated Logistics Support (ILS), System Safety, Reliability, Human Systems Integration (HSI), and Technical Publications. ALE will also support Leidos in a subject matter expert role on additional activities such as the development of the Failure Reporting and Corrective Action (FRACA) System, Systems Engineering Management Plan (SEMP), and Problem Trouble Reports.
ABOUT ALE: Acquisition Logistics Engineering is a Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB) that was founded with the mission of enhancing the logistic engineering capability of government and commercial organizations. Since ALE's founding in 1984, ALE has specialized in helping government and industry reduce the total cost of ownership and improve the availability of complex systems and equipment. This includes improving their reliability, maintainability, and safety, while at the same time reducing maintenance burdens and planning for the logistic support needed for a successful life cycle. ALE is headquartered in Worthington, Ohio and has a secondary office in Gautier, Mississippi.
For further information about ALE, please visit www.ale.com and contract Stephen Brunner by phone at (614) 436-1609 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Acquisition Logistics Engineering (ALE) is pleased to announce that we have recently added two new certifications to our growing portfolio of business credentials. As of December 12, 2017, ALE's Quality Management System is now third-party ISO 9001:2015 certified. Providing high-quality products and services has always been our top priority at ALE, and now we can provide our customers with the assurance of quality that our ISO 9001:2015 certification carries.
In addition, ALE has made the investment in time and resources over the past year to ensure NIST SP 800-171 compliance. In keeping with the heightened awareness associated with data security, ALE is committed to being a trusted business partner. Our customers can rest assured that ALE employs the best practices and tools for securing our customers' information and data.
As of July 31, 2016, Quality Aero Inc dba Acquisition Logistics Engineering (ALE) is certified as a women's business enterprise and a Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB) through the Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), the nation's largest third party certifier of businesses owned and operated by women in the US.
ALE is a full service Life Cycle Engineering company specializing in reducing total ownership cost and increasing availability of complex systems and equipment. We work closely with our customers to combine their technical expertise in system design with our in-depth understanding of issues associated with system operation and sustainment. This approach enhances reliability, maintainability, and safety, while at the same time reducing maintenance burdens and developing the logistic support capability needed for system success. For more information on how ALE can benefit your company, contact Stephen Brunner, Business Director, at email@example.com.
ALE is now DCAA certified! ALE successfully passed the DCAA audit following our recent transition to an accrual-based accounting system. The DCAA Certification, received March 29, 2016, opens the door for ALE to pursue prime contracts directly with the Government.
Zach Pusnik earned the CMRP certification from the Certification Board of the Society for Maintenance & Reliability Professionals, after successfully completing the CMRP exam this March 2016.
Steve C. Rogers and Rodney L. Benson earned CRE certifications from the Certification Board of ASQ, after sitting for the CRE exam at this year's RAMS Symposium in Phoenix, AZ. See press release here.
WORTHINGTON, Ohio - January 4, 2016 - Acquisition Logistics Engineering (ALE) today announced a transfer of ownership. Renee Coogan recently acquired controlling interest in the Ohio-based life cycle engineering services company after founder Charles Coogan retired from the business.
Renee earned a Bachelor of Science degree from The Ohio State University and worked for the Department of Defense in support of military service members and their families for many years. She brings extensive corporate management and human resources experience to ALE after joining the company in 2014 as the Chief Financial Officer.
"Renee's contributions to the Business Office and culture of ALE have been significant. I have full confidence in her vision and ability to continue the ALE standards of excellence," said Charles Coogan.
Founded in 1984, ALE is a woman-owned small business with offices in Worthington, Ohio and Gautier, Mississippi. It specializes in helping government and industry to reduce total cost of ownership and improve availability of complex systems and equipment. This includes improving their reliability, maintainability, human factors, and safety, while at the same time reducing maintenance burdens and planning for the logistic support needed for a successful life cycle.
For further information about ALE, please contact Stephen Brunner, Business Director at ALE, by phone at (614) 436-1609 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.