CSSI, Inc. Teams to Win SMS Airports Contract
January 20, 2010
Washington D.C. – CSSI, Inc. recently joined with Microsystems Automation Group (MSAG) to win a $1.75 million contract to design a safety management system (SMS) for Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Office of Airports (ARP).
MSAG is the prime on the one-year contract. The FAA has the option to add up to three additional years with additional funds.
As part of the contract, CSSI will work with MSAG to create written documents for ARP such as an Implementation Plan, SMS manual, Advisory Circulars, Orders, Training curricula, lesson plans, and Safety Guidance documents.
CSSI and MSAG will also ensure all safety documentation and guidance materials are in compliance with International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) requirements.
CSSI has served the aviation industry for 20 years and has a long track record of providing expert solutions to critical safety issues. It has a team of internationally recognized safety experts and a divisiondedicated to safety services. Most recently, CSSI has worked with the ATO to develop the Air Trafﬁc Safety Action Program (ATSAP), a non-punitive safety reporting system for air trafﬁc controllers.
CSSI also recently won recently won the Federal Aviation Administration’s Air Trafﬁc Organization (ATO) Safety Management Services (SMS II) contract. The contract covers one base year with four option years and has a total estimated value of $20.5 million. Under the contract, CSSI will support core SMS initiatives and will help the ATO identify and develop ways to improve system safety and performance.←Go Back