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iBiz Awarded New Five-Year CNS ATMS MA ID/IQ Contract

May 27, 2014

May 27, 2014 – Volpe, The National Transportation Systems Center, awarded a new five-year Multiple Award Indefinite-Delivery/ Indefinite-Quantity (MA ID/IQ) contract to DIGITALiBiz, Inc. (iBiz) entitled Communications, Navigation, and Surveillance (CNS) and Air Traffic Management Systems (ATMS) Support. This MA IDIQ task order contract has a Not-to-Exceed value of $60.2 million. iBiz is one of only five companies awarded this contract.

Under the CNS & ATMS contract, iBiz will provide services primarily in the area of transportation infrastructure, which is the foundation of facilities, equipment, and related services needed for the safe and secure movement of goods and people throughout the nation.

“This new contract award positions iBiz to expand our support as a provider of transportation system solutions and further our partnership with the Volpe Center,” said Mike Wu, iBiz President and CEO. “In December 2013, we won a very significant five-year contract to support the Volpe Center by providing onsite Communications and Operations Research and Analysis (CORA) Support Services,” continued Wu.

The iBiz Team supporting the CNS & ATMS contract includes three primary partners: Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies (SGT), Tetra Tech AMT, LS Technologies, and Ford Aviation Solutions.

The iBiz Team will support requirements in five key areas under the CNS & ATMS contract: (1) Traffic Management; (2) National Airspace System Engineering and Implementation; (3) Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) Concepts and Systems Engineering; (4) Air Traffic Safety; and (5) Airport and Terminal Operations.

The scope of this contract addresses air, water, and ground-based transportation systems and includes system requirements definition; planning (including policy and environmental considerations); testing and evaluation; operations and maintenance of developmental and prototype systems; and the interfaces between these systems and other elements of the transportation infrastructure.

Information about Volpe, The National Transportation Systems Center, is available on the web at www.Volpe.DOT.gov