GST has received praise for crisis response, technological revolution, public relations and for generally “walking the extra mile” in supporting our clients and the mission.
Some of our customers include:
Department of Homeland Security (DHS) –
Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
GST is a recognized leader in aviation security, having continuously supported the Transportation Security Laboratory (TSL) at the W.J. Hughes Technical Center, Atlantic City, NJ since 1992. GST support has included Research and Development (R&D), Test & Evaluation (T&E) and certification of new detection equipment for bulk and trace explosive detection systems.
GST also provides Professional Engineering and Logistic Support Services to the Transportation Security Administration’s Office of Security Capabilities. Areas of support include acquisition management, technology evolution, system architecture and deployment of new security technologies. GST provides logistics and configuration management support for all TSA baggage and passenger screening equipment.
GST’s support to the US Army’s Aberdeen Proving Ground includes development and maintenance of the Aberdeen Explosives Test Database (ETDB), a data repository with robust, flexible, and custom querying and reporting in SharePoint. The ETDB compiles explosive test data including electronic copies of TSL reports, photographs, videos, and instrumentation measurement data.
GST is a SeaPort-e contractor with over 15 years’ experience supporting NAVSEA and NAVAIR in logistics, information technology and systems design.
GST operated and maintained the system that managed all calibrateable support equipment in the Fleet. During the course of the program, GST personnel recalled and scheduled over 1.8 million assets, serving over 2,500 Ashore and Afloat customers (ships, bases, etc.) worldwide.
GST also operated the Navy’s MEASURE Operational Control Centers at NAS Norfolk and NAS North Island, provided monthly training and online user support, analyzed and planned calibration facility workloads. We maintained, repaired and updated the site IT systems, tested prospective new software releases, developed calibration resource budget inputs, and maintained links to other key Fleet databases. GST generated reliability and calibration interval data, documented measurement traceability to NIST, and compiled readiness data for individual Fleet units and Battle Groups.
GST additionally designed, integrated and built the Integrated Launch Along with Recovery Television Surveillance System Data Generator (ILARTS). We also provided system integration and software/application development to specify, design and build a prototype suite of computer based data generation equipment. The solution was based on commercially available ruggedized industrial chassis and commercially available processing boards. Prototypes were tested and accepted by NAWC-AD, after which we delivered additional equipment sets to all of the active aircraft carrier fleet.
US Air Force
GST provides depot level maintenance for the Flight Engineer’s workstation on the US Air Force C-5 aircraft. The MADAR (Malfunction Detection Analysis and Recording) workstation is a mission-critical system that records and analyses information, while detecting malfunctions in more than 800 aircraft test points.
GST tests, diagnoses, repairs and certifies MADAR workstations. We also procure legacy parts and modify commercial off the shelf (COTS) parts for an older version of the MADAR workstation.
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
GST conducted multiple FAA prime and subcontracts over 15+ yrs., supporting the William J. Hughes Technical Center in Atlantic City, NJ, and FAA Headquarters in Washington, DC. These efforts included test and evaluation of air traffic management systems, automation systems, communication subsystems and displays. In recognition of the company’s performance, GST received written commendations from FAA leads and the Air Force OT&E Center’s (AFOTEC) Major General.
During this period, GST personnel performed subsystem and system-level testing, conducted demos, dry runs, regression tests and formal test procedures at labs and at sites. They also developed test scenarios, executed airspace simulations, conducted operational testing and post-test data reduction/analysis. GST monitored test execution of other contractors, represented the FAA at project-level status meetings, and planned and executed Human Factors test procedures.
Systems Engineering, Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) and Configuration Management (CM) tasks included design, development, validation and certification of software data reduction tools. GST verified hardware and software requirements traceability, participated in technical reviews and CM boards, prepared Computer Based Instruction (CBI) and Operational System training for field staff, and reviewed plans and procedures submitted by other contractors. GST personnel also represented the FAA’s interests at Critical Design Reviews (CDRs) and Deployment Readiness Reviews (DRRs).
GST also offers engineering, software development, and information technology services to private sector organizations. Click here to see our Commercial Price List