Capabilities Statement

Overview

(CAGE Code 1JPC5 | DUNS Number 942852021) | Download the Complete Capabilities Statement 


Summit Technologies, Inc
. is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business (SDVOB) incorporated in 1992 and headquartered in Pensacola, FL. Summit possesses a track record of continuous growth and is known for providing successful solutions to commercial and Government customer requirements. Summit is certified to the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001 standard and are ready to serve our customers with the well-defined and documented processes this certification requires. Summit also possesses a Government-approved accounting system and a TOP SECRET facility clearance. 

The Summit management team is led by its Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Joseph F. Funaro, Ph.D., who has 40+ years of experience in both Government and industry as an innovator in training and human factors technology. A former Marine Corps and Naval Officer with over 23 years of active duty experience, Dr. Funaro is well-versed in the technical and practical aspects of successful defense industry business operations and program management.

At Summit, we firmly believe that people should be the management’s primary focus because they are the key to outstanding products and services. Summit’s management team has put this belief into practice by developing and refining the Summit Formula and applying it to our products and services.

The Summit Formula is built on the following fundamental elements and practices: 

  • Assessing customer needs and assembling the right team; 
  • Efficiently supporting the team with the right environment, tools, and training; 
  • Applying mature technical, administrative, financial, and quality procedures; and 
  • Continuously improving by applying ISO quality processes and technical refresh.


The Summit Formula is our core competency. The ability to select and support the right team for any service or product gives Summit the flexibility to respond to client requirements while maintaining the unsurpassed quality that is our hallmark. We believe that service and integrity are the heart of relationships and are defined by all Summit employees’ shared values. 


Core Capabilities & Skills

CBRN SME Support/Training/Doctrine LAN/WAN/MAN Support
C-IED Training/Intelligence Analysis Lesson Learned Documentation
Configuration Management Modeling & Simulation Support
Doctrine Development Network Engineering in highly cleared mission critical environments
DSCA and Emergency Response Program/Project Management
Exercise Planning/Control/Evaluation Risk Management Framework (RMF) compliant
Geospatial and GIS Support Software/Database Application
Help Desk/ Desktop Support Software Logistics and Support
Information Technologies Systems Administration
Instructional Support/ Design/ Development Systems Administration in highly cleared mission critical environments



Government-Wide Acquisition Contracts (GWACs)

Summit is a prime vendor on the Veterans Technology Services (VETS) 2 GWAC and is a General Services Administration (GSA) Information Technology (IT) Schedule 70 Multiple Award holder. 

VETS 2 is a Best in Class GWAC set aside exclusively for Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSBs). VETS 2 is designed to meet diverse agency IT services requirements and new and emerging technologies. 

Summit is an IT Schedule 70 Special Item Number (SIN) 132-51 holder, able to deliver a broad range of IT professional services to meet customer requirements.


 

SELECTED CURRENT & PAST PERFORMANCE

Mission Planning Support Contract (MPSC) III – Hill Air Force Base, UT (Prime)


Summit is the prime contractor on a five-year, $250M single award, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract for the U.S. Air Force (USAF) Mission Planning Enterprise headquarted at Hill Air Force Base, UT. This contract provides 24/7/365 global mission planning support in USAF wings, groups and squadrons; Distributed Common Ground Systems (DCGSs); and Air National Guard (ANG) and other units by providing highly cleared and mission and domain expert service support representatives. Besides Hill AFB, the work is performed at over 50 worldwide locations. Summit provides: 

  • Cybersecurity
  • Foreign Military Sales (FMS) Support
  • Embedded Mission-/Platform-specific Mission Planning Support
  • Hardware Configuration
  • Help Desk and Instructional Support
  • Operational Test Support
  • Mission Planning Systems Administration
  • Software Development and Configuration Management
  • Technical Publications Development
  • Training Analysis
  • Training Design/ Development 
  • Training Support Services 

 


Maneuver Center of Excellence (MCoE) Mission Support Services Contract (Prime)


Summit was one of four small business primes on this $207M MATOC IDIQ. The main objective of this contract is to support the Maneuver Center of Excellence (MCoE) by providing general technical, analytical, and operational support the U.S. Army Infantry School, U.S. Army Armor School, U.S. Army Aviation Center, MCoE and Aviation Capability Development and Integration Directorates (CDIDs), TRADOC Capability Managers (TCMs), and the Aviation Manauer Battle Lab (AMBL) in the following task areas: 


  • Battle Lab Support
  • C2 Digital Instruction (CPOF, FBCB2, JCR)
  • Capabilities Development
  • Combat Developments 
  • Doctrine Development
  • Exercise Development 
  • Force Modernization
  • General Test & Evaluation
  • Instructional Support 
  • Lessons Learned Collection & Analysis
  • Modeling & Simulations
  • Training Development

U.S. National Guard Bureau (NGB) – Professional and Administrative Support Services (PASS), Schedule VI (Prime)


Summit was the sole awardee of a $70M IDIQ contract to provide IT Services to the National Guard mission nationwide, at Major Command (MAJCOM), Base, Post, or State office level in the 54 states and territories and the District of Columbia. The contract was available to any DOD activity and provided a full range of non-personal IT services to achieve maximum effectiveness and economy in operations in support of the National Guard. Summit provided: 



  • CBT Specialists/Trainers
  • Computer Analysts
  • Computer Operators
  • Computer Programmers
  • Configuration Managers
  • Database Administrators
  • Help Desk Personnel
  • IT Program & Project Managers
  • Media Specialists
  • Network Administrators
  • Network Engineers
  • Personal Computer Support Technicians
  • System Administrators
  • Telecommunications Engineers
  • Video Teleconference Technicians
  • Web Designers

 


U.S. Army Geographic Information System (GIS) Support Services (Prime)


Summit provides continued support to the U.S. Military Academy, West Point Installation and its organizations, in the creation, maintenance, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data using a GIS. This includes developing, maintaning, and supporting consistent, accurate, and easily accessible GIS data layers using Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) and GIS software; Microsoft Access; AutoCAD and Revit software; ERDAS and MrSID image software; and other commercially available products. Services include: 

  • 3D Terrain Surface Model Development
  • Custom Graphics Support
  • Geodatabase Modeling
  • GIS Data and Maintenance
  • Mapping and Analysis Support
  • Global Positioning System (GPS) Support
  • Posting GIS Data to Army Mapper/Website
  • Spatial Data Standards Compliance

Maneuver Support Center of Excellence (MSCOE) – TRADOC Service School Support (Prime)


Summit was one of three small business primes on this $100M IDIQ. The main objective of this contract was to support the Maneuver Support Center of Excellence (MSCoE) by providing general technical, analytical, and operational support the U.S. Army Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear School (USACBRNS), U.S. Army Engineer School (USAES), U.S. Army Military Police School (USAMPS), MSCoE Capability Development and Integration Directorate (CDID), and the MSCoE Directorate of Training (MDOT) in relation to the following task areas: 

  • Battle Lab Support
  • C2 Digital Instruction (CPOF, FBCB2, JCR)
  • Capabilities Development
  • Combat/Doctrine/Exercise Development 
  • Force Modernization
  • Geospatial Support
  • General Test & Evaluation
  • Instructional Support 
  • Lessons Learned Collection & Analysis
  • Modeling & Simulations
  • Training Development
  • Training Development Capabilities Input

U.S. Army Counter Explosive Hazards Center (CEHC) Planners Course Instruction (Prime)


Summit provides expert instruction for the U.S. Army Counter Explosive Hazards Planners (CEH-P) Course on awareness and defeat of explosive hazards based on current threats. Summit provides qualified instructors who are able to effectively convey the material, maintain professional subject matter proficiency, and are well versed in the course material, outcomes, goals, and standards. All work is accomplished according to TRADOC Regulation 350-70. Scope includes mobile training teams to provide instruction at CONUS and OCONUS locations. Services include: 

  • Counter-Explosive SMEs
  • Explosive Ordnance SMEs
  • Intelligence Analyst SMEs
  • Instructional Delivery
  • Instructional Development
  • Lessons Learned Collection & Analysis
  • Mobile Training Team Deployments
  • Training Development

Joint Requirements Office for Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Defense (JRO-CBRND) Doctrine, Training, Leadership & Education Support (Prime)


Summit is the sole awardee on this $8.7M effort to provide technical and SME support in the areas of CBRN Defense (CBRN-D)/Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD), Joint and Multi-service doctrine development and Joint and Service training, education, and exercise support. Summit provides:


  • CBRN SMEs
  • Exercise Development
  • Exercise Observers, Evaluators, & Mentors
  • Instructional Delivery & Support
  • Joint Professional Military Education 
  • Joint Publication Reviews & Development
  • Mobile Training Teams (MTTs)
  • Operational Plans 
  • Tactics, Techniques, & Procedures (TTPs)
  • Training Development
  • Senior Leader Seminar
  • Wargame Support 

Dragon Operation Centers and Ground Control Stations Maintenance Support (Subcontractor)


This contract provides for the maintenance and support of the Dragon Operations Center-Cannon AFB, New Mexico (DOC-C) and Dragon Operation Center-Nellis AFB, Nevada (DOC-N) to support the 3d Special Operations Squadron (3 SOS) and their associated Air Force Reserve unit’s MQ-1 Predator and MQ-9 Reaper operations. The DOC-C and DOC-N are a system of systems that provide critical command and control data and voice interconnectivity to enable pilots and sensor operators to fly and control Combat Air Patrols (CAPs) Predator/Reaper aircraft worldwide in direct support of the warfighter. As a subcontractor to SAIC, Summit provides the staffing support to maintain the DOC-C and DOC-N functional capabilities required to support worldwide flight operations. Activities include: 

  • Configuration Control
  • Information Assurance Planning
  • Long-haul Communications Support 
  • Network and Computer Management
  • Technical Reports Writing
  • System Enhancement

U.S. Army Maneuver Center Battle Lab (MBL), Ft. Benning, GA (Subcontractor)


Summit is assisting SAIC in fulfilling the Ft. Benning MBL’s requirement for comprehensive support services. Summit personnel support experimentation in support of the Army Capabilities Integration Center (ARCIC) Campaign Plan (ArCP). Typical experiments range from a squad-sized event with a 4-6 week planning and execution cycle to a brigade combat team (BCT)-sized event with a 6-12 month planning and execution cycle. Experimentation forces are represented by any combination of instrumented live, constructive simulation, and virtual simulators. Tactical representation of units includes organic equipment personnel and equipment with higher echelon and joint enablers. Summit personnel execute simulation events in accordance with planning and preparation guidance by providing: 

  • Capabilities Development & Integration
  • DOTMLPF Assessment
  • Experimentation Support
  • Gap Analysis
  • In Process Review (IPR) and Briefing Development
  • Technical Report Writing
  • Simulation Operators 

U.S. Air Force Weather Agency (AFWA), Systems Engineering, Management and Sustainment (SEMS) III (Subcontractor) 


The U.S. AFWA SEMS III program provides a wide range of planning, integration, modification, and system support to the AFWA. Services include:


  

  • Configuration Analysis and Management
  • Data Analysis
  • Logistical Analysis and Management
  • Modification Fielding
  • Requirements and Lifecycle Cost Analysis
  • Systems Engineering
  • Systems Sustainment
  • Systems Performance Evaluation
  • Systems Integration
  • System Development
  • Testing
  • Technical Reporting

NAICS Codes:

  • 541330   Engineering Services
  • 541511   Custom Computer Programming Services
  • 541512   Computer Systems Design Services
  • 541513   Computer Facilities Management Services
  • 541519   Other Computer Related Services
  • 541611   Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services
  • 541614   Process, Physical Distribution, and Logistics Consulting Services
  • 541618   Other Management Consulting Services
  • 541712   Research/Development in Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences (Except Biotechnology)
  • 541990   All Other Professional, Scientific, And Technical Services
  • 561110   Office Administrative Services
  • 561210   Facilities Support Services
  • 561320   Temporary Help Services
  • 611710   Educational Support Services

Contact Information

CEO
Joseph F. Funaro, Ph.D.
Email: jfunaro@summittech.us

Vice President, Business Development
Michael Browder
Email: mbrowder@summittech.us

Business Development Manager
Dan Petersen
Email: dpetersen@summittech.us

OTHER CONTRACTS

CBRN SME Support

Configuration Management

Doctrine Development

Information Technologies

C-IED Training / Analysis


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