Navy Awards Contract to AGI

Monday, January 16, 2006
The Navy recently awarded a major contract to The Avraham Y. Goldratt Institute, A Limited Partnership (AGI). AGI is pleased to announce was awarded a firm fixed price contract with a ceiling of $96,629,091.65 to continue implementing Enterprise AIRSpeed across the Naval Aviation Enterprise (NAE) over a five-year period. Enterprise AIRSpeed is an enterprise-level, system of systems approach to aviation maintenance and supply designed to produce the right readiness at the lowest cost across the NAE. AGI is teamed with Dynamics Research Corporation (DRC), Coalition Solutions Integrated, Inc (CSI) and Mr. Laurin P. Eck (Independent Contractor) to deliver Theory of Constraints (TOC), Lean, and Six Sigma in an integrated approach to achieve the Naval Aviation Readiness Integrated Improvement Program's (NAVRIIP) objective of achieving Cost-Wise Readiness. This effort will include the design, deployment, and sustainment of 71 sites to include intermediate maintenance activities, organizational maintenance activities, aircraft carriers, and amphibious assault ships. It also includes applying the Enterprise AIRSpeed methodology to the design of the new CVN-78 class aircraft carrier, as well as Marine Aviation Logistics Support Program II (MALSP II), the transformation of MALSP to support Sea Basing and expeditionary maneuver warfare through significantly reduced logistics footprint forward. As part of the sustainment strategy, the contractor team will provide training and education across a wide-spectrum of activities to include naval aviation leadership, AIRSpeed professionals, instructors, and formal schools.
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