Arlington, VA. – The Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) has awarded Advanced Concepts and Technologies International, LLC (ACT I) a $17M competitive Task Order Award through its Multiple Award Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (MAIDIQ) to support the Department of Defense’s Near East South Asia Center (NESA) and the William J. Perry Center (WJPC) for Hemispheric Defense Studies. Through the contract, ACT I brings its significant security cooperation expertise and advisory experience to support the current and future success of NESA and the WJPC.
“ACT I is a leader in international security cooperation solutions,” said ACT I Chief Growth Officer Mike Zembrzuski. “We are proud to support the Department of Defense’s foreign affairs enterprise, including this important work through DSCA to advance strategic cooperation, enhance cultural understanding, foster partnerships, and facilitate security cooperation across these important geopolitical regions.”
ACT I will provide a comprehensive suite of management, organizational, international policy, and business support services to the NESA and WJPC Regional Centers for seminars, conferences, symposia, and academic events. Leveraging our foreign military sales, security cooperation, and foreign affairs/policy experience, ACT I will also provide analytical research materials to the NESA and Perry Centers.
“This is the first task order awarded to ACT I on the new DSCA MAIDIQ,” said Zembrzuski. “This full and open award represents another achievement in our core competency portfolio of Security Cooperation. It also marks another important milestone in ACT I’s growth as a highly-competitive Mid-Tier Professional Services and Solutions provider.”
ACT I provides Security Cooperation support on major ACAT I defense FMS programs to US government agencies and allies across the globe, including many Letters of Request (LORs) and Letters of Offer and Acceptance (LOAs) on F-35 programs as well as International Cooperation and Direct Commercial Sales (DCS) providing Case Management and Execution on F-35, F-18A/B/C/D/EF, and EA-18G programs with allies including the United Kingdom, Australia, Israel, Japan, Korea, and Singapore.