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BRTRC Federal Solutions Announces Updated Acquisition Training Course

VIENNA (TYSONS), VA – June 8, 2016 – BRTRC Federal Solutions will offer an updated training course specifically for the government medical community. Intermediate Medical Acquisition Course 2.0 (IMAC 2.0) (previously IMAC) is equivalent to the Defense Acquisition University's ACQ 203 Intermediate Systems Acquisition Course.

IMAC 2.0 provides practical skills for personnel working in, or interfacing with, the DOD acquisition process for medical products. The in-person classroom workshop provides members of the DOD medical community, including medics, other health care providers, researchers, medical logisticians, specialists in U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulations and others, with training on the DOD acquisition process and its application to medical products.

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BRTRC Federal Solutions Announces Cyber Security and Information Systems Technical Area Tasks (CS TAT) Award
VIENNA(TYSONS), VA – October 9, 2015 – BRTRC Federal Solutions, Inc. (BRTRC) today announced that it is one of six companies that have been awarded part of a 5-year, $5 billion, Multiple Award Contract (MAC) Partial Small Business (SB) Set-aside prime contract from the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) to provide software analysis, cyber security, knowledge management and information sharing, and modeling and simulation support.

The Cyber Security and Information Systems Technical Area Tasks (CS TAT) acquisition is a MAC, Indefinite-Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (MAC IDIQ) Partial SB Set-aside that falls within the Department of Defense (DoD) Information Analysis Centers (IACs) contracts and is available for use by the Department of Defense including Defense Agencies, all DoD Field Activities, Army, Navy, Air Force, USSOCOM, and USTRANSCOM as well as other government agencies and state and local governments.

“We are excited to leverage our 30 years of RDT&E expertise to the benefit of a broader breadth of Defense organizations,” said Terri Thomas, BRTRC CEO. “This IDIQ will allow BRTRC to contribute to the cyber and information systems knowledge base, feeding our desire to work collaboratively and provide technical excellence in areas of critical importance to the IAC community.”