Local Small Business Continues to Win DOD Engineering Design Contracts

May 13, 2016 in News, Success Stories

ATA Engineering, a sixteen-year old small business engineering services company in San Diego, CA, recently received two large contracts with DoD agencies; specifically, ATA was awarded an SBIR Phase II Contract for $912,625.00 to develop finite element analysis (FEA) tools capable of predicting the post-damage kinematic response of shipboard mechanical systems for the Navy, and a $1.5 million Commercialization Readiness Program (CRP) contract to develop a method and system for ground-based calibration of the structural monitoring health sensors aboard the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter for the Air Force.

ATA Engineering is a provider of analysis and test-driven design solutions focusing on the engineering needs of major manufacturers in addressing their cost, quality, and time-to-market engineering challenges for mechanical and aerospace systems. ATA has built its stellar reputation for its commercial and government customers by using advanced computer-aided engineering software to solve problems in the aerospace, biomedical, automotive, entertainment, and consumer products industries.

SDCOC staff first began working with ATA Engineering staff in November 2011 to assist with, initially, refining their marketing tools and strategy, to more complex topics, which included technical assistance with navigating a successful DCAA audit, and preparing a final patent report on another federal contract. Since then, SDCOC staff have continued to assist ATA Engineering by providing timely & concise responses to complex contracting questions for both pre-award and post-award stages. With a mission to assist small businesses win and successfully perform on government contracts, the SDCOC looks forward to our continued support of ATA Engineering’s government contracting technical assistance needs via our flagship one-on-one Business Advisory Services free of charge.