The Client is a certified Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) and graduate of the SBA’s 8(a) Program, headquartered in Pensacola, Florida. The Client specializes in providing engineering solutions and enabling technologies for customers that require innovation by leveraging advanced technology and high reliability.
The Client has worked with various government and commercial clients to provide integrated solutions in systems engineering, instructional support, modeling & simulation, and manufacturing to meet real-time and mission-critical training objectives.
The Client wanted to rebid for a recompete of the Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) MET Egress Trainer contract. MET is a working trainer simulator that supports the U. S. Military as a training aid, designed to simulate an MRAP rollover. However, the Client faced challenges framing the technical response to contract requirements since very little information was available about the trainer online.
iQuasar’s dedicated professionals handled and managed the task from the beginning to the end. Our team collected as much information as possible available on the internet via guides, manuals, videos, etc. For areas where there were ambiguities, the team framed a list of questions, then coordinated with a Subject Matter Expert (SME) experienced in working on the trainer at multiple locations. The team held a Q&A session with the SME, got each question answered by the SME, and documented key inputs, insights, and other information gleaned from the session for incorporation into the proposal.
How our Solution Created Value for the Client
iQuasar’s team wrote the entire response based on the points collected during the Q&A session with the Technician/SME. This led to a straightforward response answering all agency requirements with proof points. Our efforts resulted in the Client winning the rebid contract for five years, thus generating business and creating value for the Client.