Southeast Aerospace is pleased to announce the continuation of an awarded T-44 aircraft contract. This contract was announced on Friday December 13, 2013.
Southeast Aerospace, Melbourne, Fla., is being awarded a $7,350,121 modification to a previously awarded contract. The modification exercises option one which extends the term of the contract to provide 23 additional parts, kits, and miscellaneous components for the Avionics System Upgrade of the T-44 aircraft. With the exercise of this option, the total contract value will be $16,568.406.
Work will be performed at Melbourne Fla., and is expected to be completed by Jan. 24, 2015. No funds are being obligated at the time of award and will not expire before the end of the current fiscal year. Funds will be obligated on individual task orders issued against the contract.
This contract was competitively procured via Navy Electronic Commerce Online website, with five offers received in response to the solicitation. Naval Supply Systems Fleet Logistics Center, Jacksonville, Fla., is the contracting activity.
For more information on this project or to learn more about SEA Contracting Programs, contact Jason Hicks the SEA Director of Contracts. E: Jason.firstname.lastname@example.org | T: 321-255-9877
“A League of Their Own Southeast Aerospace” an article in the November 2013 edition of ROTORCRAFT PRO magazine. Article and video by Lyn Burks.
SEA had the privilege of being interviewed by Lyn Burks, Editor in Chief of Rotorcraft Pro. The article appears in this month’s edition, November 2013. You can read the full article on the Rotorcraft Pro, Online Issue website.
Here’s a short excerpt from the article:
Back in 2011, an interesting movie was released name Moneyball. The movie was based on the story of Oakland A’s general manager, Billy Beane. His former General Manager (GM), Sandy Anderson, mentored him in the art of sabermetrics (statistical analysis). In turn, Beane successfully assembled a lower-budget team based on emerging prospects and undervalued veterans that consistently performed. Most other Major League Baseball teams during this time were interested in high-priced superstars that may or may not have consistently produced. One theme I noticed throughout the movie was consistent, well-placed singles beat a few home runs every time.
Recently Rotorcraft Pro had the opportunity to visit Southeast Aerospace (SEA) in Melbourne, Florida. During our time with company Vice President Joe Braddock and the SEA employees, one could not help but notice the overwhelming presence of the values and traditions this great country was founded on: integrity, ingenuity, hard work and craftsmanship.
When asked about their business philosophy, Joe was eager to share they are there for their customers whether the job is big or small. He related it to baseball, “We don’t mind hitting lots of singles along with an occasional home run.”