Partnering on Defense Projects




With the success of partnering on the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Naval Facilities Engineering Command construction projects, the Department of Defense became proactive in adapting this team building technique to improve the organizational culture of their systems acquisition contracts and on their service contracts.
The U.S. Army Material Command (AMC) Command Council Office guided the defense industry into the use of project partnering as an element of their acquisition reform program. They developed "The Bridge to Partnership" illustration to show the benefits of government contractor partnering with defense contractors.
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ATI Systems is Uniquely Qualified for Systems Acquisition Programs


ATI Systems' principal facilitator is experienced in the defense industry in positions that include division general manager, vice president of engineering, and director of systems engineering for Litton Industries, a major defense contractor. When he facilitates a partnering workshop, this wealth of experience benefits the partnering relationship between the Department of Defense and their defense contractor.

With 30 years of experience manufacturing defense equipment for ground tactical, airborne, and shipboard systems, we are able to knowledgeably facilitate the partnering workshop for complex systems. A sample of programs we have supported is shown to the right.

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ATI Systems has actively supported DOD's partnering initiatives with professional papers, articles and speeches for professional associations that include the Contract Services Association of America (CSA), The Defense Housing Management Association (DHMA), the Project Management Institute (PMI), and the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME).


Service Contracts are Benefiting from Partnering


ATI Systems is among the more experienced partnering facilitators, having supported U.S. Army, Navy, and Air Force service contracts from the Island of Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean, on the Island of Guam, on the Hawaiian Islands, and across CONUS.

A sample of BOS, maintenance, civil engineering, and readiness business center support programs we have supported is illustrated to the right.

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