FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
COLUMBUS, Ohio – August 16, 2022 – Acquisition Logistics Engineering (ALE) is teamed with the winning bidder, Leidos, on the United States Navy’s Medium Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (MUUV) Program. Leidos is a Fortune 500® information technology, engineering, and science solutions and services leader.
The MUUV will combine an unmanned vehicle and sensors to provide persistent surface-launched and recovered mine countermeasures and submarine-based autonomous oceanographic sensing and data collection.
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 Parts Management Program and Failure Reporting and Corrective Action (FRACA) System.
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 Columbus, Ohio and has additional offices in Gautier, Mississippi and E. Greenwich, Rhode Island.
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 email@example.com.