Quantech provides the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Air Traffic Organization – Terminal (ATO-T) with support services to accomplish the acquisition, development, implementation and life cycle activities identified within the FAA Capital Investment Plan (CIP) and achieve the objectives of the FAA Flight Plan. There are six service groups identified within the FAA ATO-T organization: Safety Operations Support, Finance, Program Operations, Tactical Operations and Mission Support, Administration and Planning. The primary mission of the ATO-T organization is to move air traffic safely and efficiently. ATO-T customers are commercial airlines, private aviation and the military. ATO-T is responsible for the delivery of terminal services to the customer and implementing new technology to support all terminal operations. The ATO-T organization consists of 35,000 controllers, technicians, engineers and support personnel. This support is accomplished at FAA Headquarters and contractor support facilities located in Washington, D.C.
Under multiple ATO-T work authorizations, Quantech provides quality program management, analytical, financial and business management support to the ATO-T organization. For our Investment, Alternatives Analysis, and Cost and Benefit Analysis authorizations, we prepare cost estimates and accompanying acquisition documents required to justify program funding expenditures through the FAA’s investment analysis review and decision making process. Through our Business Management and Financial support service authorizations we prepare, formulate and justify program budgets, plans and financial status documentation. We prepare and maintain financial charts, briefings, program schedules and progress reports. This includes support of the formal budget review cycle and projecting future budgets, ensuring budgets are organized, validated, traceable and accurate.
Our employees are key contributors and below are a few examples of what our team has accomplished: