The AVW team of naval warfare analysts and acquisition support professionals has the war fighting experience, the acquisition engineering and analysis skills, information technology skills and tools, and expert knowledge of warfare system employment necessary to solve your most complex problems. From capabilities assessment, JCIDS document creation, and mission analysis to systems engineering, technical management, and systems analysis and testing we are uniquely positioned to fulfill the requirement.
Our team offers JCIDS process execution in Requirements Development, Analysis of Alternatives (AoA) research; Initial Capabilities (ICD), Capability Development (CDD) & Joint Capabilities (JCD) document development; identification of Key Performance Parameters, Threat Assessments; support to DOTMLPF sessions, Defense Acquisition Boards, and Milestone Decisions; management of IPTs, development of comprehensive and cost efficient test programs, evaluation of capabilities, and program management support.
AVW employees have extensive backgrounds as commanding officers and department heads, surface combatant tactical action officers, air warfare, anti-submarine and surface warfare coordinators, as well as engineering plant operators, maintenance personnel, C4ISR experts and members of Amphibious Group, Fleet Strike Group (CSG/ESG) and Unified Command Staffs. We utilize this experience to assist pre-Milestone A design teams, detailed design teams and production engineering efforts on major acquisition programs. Our analysts play a part in R&D project selection, analysis of alternative boards, evaluation of R&D projects and analysis of each acquisition. The professionals at AVW design developmental tests and experiments to evaluate sound engineering.
The AVW Team is currently engaged in many facets of the defense acquisition process related to key Pillars of the Sea Power 21. With our team's prior experience in shipboard integrated warfare, ship control, machinery and support systems, our role supporting those projects ranges from functional area and needs analysis, initial capabilities document development, operational requirements, document and capabilities development and document writing to program management, total ship testing, modeling & simulation management, simulation verification and validation and systems engineering/technical management.