Robbins-Gioia Awarded $12.9 Million Modification to U.S. Air Force Programmed Depot Maintenance Contract
ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA – Robbins-Gioia, LLC, was awarded a $12.9m, 20-month modification to their existing US Air Force Programmed Depot Maintenance Scheduling System (PDMSS) contract for Sustainment and Modernization. PDMSS is the USAF System of Record for aircraft planning and scheduling serving the Air Logistics Complexes (ALCs). This modification transitions PDMSS from RG’s legacy Jaguar® planning, scheduling, control, and analysis software to RG’s newest JFAST™ (Jaguar® Family of Advanced Scheduling Tools) Lynx™ software.
"We’re excited to continue supporting the USAF depots and to modernize PDMSS with the remarkable capabilities of Lynx™,” says General (USAF, Ret.) Chuck Wald, Robbins-Gioia CEO. “Lynx™ increases enterprise visibility for data driven decision making, reduces system time and costs in the depots, and increases capacity and throughput.”
Lynx™ is the latest offering of RG’s Jaguar Family of Advanced Scheduling Tools (JFAST™) and provides the USAF ALCs with a cloud-enabled, data centric, mobile capable planning and scheduling tool that reaches from the “chief’s door to the maintenance floor”. JFAST™ is RG's premier suite of software tools for planning, analysis, and management of complex, mission-critical activities for defense, civilian, and commercial customers, providing critical-path and critical-chain modeling along with automated resource scheduling of people, facilities, tools, and materials.
Robbins-Gioia, LLC, is the nation’s premier maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) software development company with headquarters in Alexandria, VA. Their Lynx™ software, deployed with Agile program management and consulting services, delivers value through optimization of the depot enterprise.
"RG continues to invest in developing and deploying the most capable, high performance program planning and control solutions to optimize government and commercial enterprises,” Wald explained.
Robbins-Gioia is a member of the Acorn Growth Companies family, a middle market private equity firm focused exclusively on Aerospace, Defense and Intelligence.