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Our Prime Contracts Include:

Department of Defense

Defense Threat Reduction Agency; Fort Belvoir, VA

DTRA has awarded Global Systems Engineering (GSE) a 2-year, single award IDIQ contract supporting Warfighter Integration of chemical, biological and radiological technologies.

Key Requirements of this contact are:

• Program and Project Management
• Systems Engineering
• Technology assessment and down select
• Integration and Demonstration Support
• User feedback and the development of lessons learned
• Technology Transition
As with all technology development programs a key requirement is technology transition. GSE, supporting DTRA Science Managers engages the end users, Joint Warfighting Community and Acquisition Leadership to gain insight into the ever-evolving requirements and demonstrates products in relevant settings to determine efficacy and garner the most feedback. Continuous feedback provides better, more capable solutions that increases transition probability and more capabilities transitioned to the warfighter.

U.S. Army Futures Command, Chemical and Biological Center (CBC); Scientific Technical Engineering and Program Support Services (STEPSS); Edgewood Proving Grounds, MD

The US Army Futures Command, Chemical and Biological Center (CBC) awarded Global Systems Engineering (GSE) a 10-year multi-award IDIQ valued at approximately $2B. The Scientific, Technical, Engineering, and Program Support Services (STEPSS) Contract will require the following capabilities:

• Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (RDT&E)
• Engineering and Prototype Development
• Chemical, Biological and Radiological Demilitarization
This contract will require Program and Project Management, Science and Technology Support, Product Development Support and all of the services required for demilitarization.

Seaport-E Next Generation; Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division

The SeaPort Next Generation (SeaPort NxG) Contract provides Engineering and Program Management Services to units such as the Naval Sea Systems Command, Naval Information Warfare Systems Command, Naval Supply Systems Command, Military Sealift Command, Naval Facilities Systems Command, Office of Naval Research, Naval Air Systems Command, Strategic Systems Programs, and the United States Marine Corps and span the entire spectrum of mission areas and technical capabilities supported by the Department of the Navy (DON).

Consortium for Command, Control, and Communications in Cyberspace (C5 OTA); Picatinny Arsenal, NJ

C5 accelerates the development and deployment of new capabilities to the Warfighter through the use of Other Transaction Authority. C5 gives members an innovative and commonsense acquisition mechanism for development of new technologies and products to meet government customer requirements.

The Office of the Secretary of Defense requested that the Army establish a new OTA to address C4ISR and cyber-technology requirements. In response, C5 was formed. Based upon the simplicity and transparency of its business model, C5 was awarded an initial three-year, OTA with the Army in July 2014, and a 10-year, no-ceiling, follow-on OTA in April 2017. In April 2018, the Marine Corps Systems Command signed a 5-year no-ceiling agreement with C5 for the use of OTA.

Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction (CWMD) Consortium Other Transaction Authority (OTA)

The DHS Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Office (CWMD) works to prevent attacks against the United States using a weapon of mass destruction (WMD) through timely, responsive support to operational partners.

The Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Office (CWMD) leads DHS efforts and coordinates with domestic and international partners to safeguard the United States against CBRN and health security threats.

Army Installation and Management Command at Ft. Campbell, Kentucky

The Army Installation Management Command (IMCOM) awarded Global Systems Engineering (GSE) a 5 year contract to provide Utility Monitoring and Control System (UMCS) support specialist services at Ft. Campbell, Kentucky to provide a focused and coordinated effort for improvement in the resiliency & energy-efficient operation of facilities, equipment, and systems. The Ft. Campbell UMCS supports approximately 400 facilities totaling 10.2 million square feet. The support specialists support the operation of the existing UMCS to improve resiliency, reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, reduce facility energy intensity and increase operational efficiency.

Department of Justice

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI); Huntsville, AL

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) chose the Global Systems Engineering – Leebcor Team in a $35M, 5-year, single-award IDIQ to upgrade forensic laboratories, upgrade infrastructure and revamp communications infrastructure at their Huntsville, AL facilities.

General Services Administration

GSA Multiple Award Schedules (MAS)

GSE offers a total solution under its GSA Multiple Award Schedules (MAS), including the Professional Services Schedule and Schedule 84, to support customer mission requirements. Both are indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) multiple award schedule, providing direct access to simple or complex fixed price or labor-hour professional services. Awarded Special Item Numbers (SINs) encompass a full set of services to provide comprehensive solutions to customers’ program requirements. GSE offers competitive labor rates that allow us to provide economical and proven professional support.

Sean Nolan

Director, On-Site Integration

Sean has over 20 years of experience supporting the US Government at the Federal and Local levels in research and development and transitioning research to operations.  Through his 15+ years supporting the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) Chemical and Biological Technologies Department, he has worked on various Advanced Technology Demonstrations (ATD) such as the Interagency Biological Restoration Demonstration (IBRD), Trans-Atlantic Biological Resiliency Demonstration (TACBRD), and Integrated Early Warning program.  He has extensive experience in DoD business and acquisition practices.  Sean also served as program lead for the Biowatch Exercise and Evaluation Program in support of the Department of Homeland Security and as logistics coordinator for the 9/11 Rescue and Recovery efforts at the World Trade Center for the New York City Office of Emergency Management.  Sean holds a Master of Science from Saint Louis University and a Bachelor of Science from the U.S. Military Academy. He is a retired Air Force Weather officer who served in Operation Iraqi Freedom and was awarded 2004 Air Force Reserve Weather Officer of the Year.  Lastly, Sean served as on-air meteorologist for KMIZ-TV (Columbia, MO) and KDNL-TV (St. Louis, MO).

Randy Thur

Director of Cooperative Engagement

Randy has been supporting and facilitating federal government science integration efforts since 2004.  He has had the pleasure of working throughout the U.S. government where he spent years gaining experience in domestic and international CBRN threat reduction, foreign partner capacity building, test and evaluation, and interagency coordination at organizations such as DOS, HHS, DTRA, DIA, and DHS. Here he has gained extensive experience being the technical lead and program manager of multiple civilian and military interagency efforts focused on facilitating CBRN preparedness and response through large-scale system studies, operational exercises, targeted research and development projects, and advanced technology demonstrations. Internationally, he has led overseas operational efforts in CBRN foreign consequence management in addition to leading CBRN threat reduction efforts focused on building cooperative CBRN surveillance systems, biosafety and biosecurity standards, and global health security capacities and capabilities for U.S. foreign partners.  Randy holds an engineering degree from North Carolina State University, a graduate certificate from Geroge Mason, and an MBA from Johns Hopkins University.

Stephen “Gibs” Gaboriault-Whitcomb

Director, Warfighter and Homeland Integration

Gibs has over 25 years of experience in the CBRN Defense arena including operations, plans, assessment, exercise planning/execution, demonstration event planning/execution, training, and advising DoD, DHS, and other government agencies. His 20 years in the US Air Force as a Bioenvironmental Engineer included assignments with a Weapons of Mass Destruction – Civil Support Team, USSTRATCOM Center for Combating WMD, and several base-level tours where he led his teams on multiple real-world emergency responses. He has been a key player in Advanced Technology Demonstrations (ATDs) such as the Transatlantic Collaborative Biological Resiliency Demonstration (TaCBRD) as a Warfighter and in the Perceptive Dragon and Resolute Dragon series of ATDs as a lead planner/executor. He has also directly supported the BioDetection for the 21st Century (BD21), BioWatch, and Non-Traditional Sensor Technology Assessment (NSTA) programs as well as Chemical Biological Operational Analysis (CBOA) events. Gibs holds both a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science degree in Chemical Engineering.

Mike Midgley

Chief Operating Officer / Chief Financial Officer

Mike has over 20 years of experience in program management and technical support primarily in Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) Defense. He has led science and technology master integration efforts for the Departments of Defense and Homeland Security and other organizations to develop or enhance warfighter and first responder capabilities. Some of the programs he has managed include: BioNet, Interagency Biological Restoration Demonstration (IBRD), Wide Area Recovery and Resiliency Program (WARRP), Transatlantic Collaborative Biological Resiliency Demonstration (TaCBRD), Integrated Early Warning (IEW), Texas Panhandle Regional Planning Commission Regional Resiliency Assessment Program, and the Organization of American States biological incident response workshop and exercise program.  He holds a Master’s in Business Administration from San Diego State University and a Bachelor of Science from the U.S. Naval Academy. He is a retired Navy Captain who served as a Surface Warfare Officer in several operational and shore commands.

Steve Jennings

President and Co-Founder

Steve has over 30 years of experience supporting government and industry in the areas of engineering/science, design, operations, program management, strategic communication, planning, and outreach. He has been a Project and Task manager for numerous programs conducted within DTRA Chemical Biological (CB) including Contamination avoidance for military mail (CAFMM), Biological Defense Initiative (BDI), BioNet, WMD-CST, Interagency Biological Restoration Demonstration (IBRD), and the Joint Service Installation Pilot Project (JSIPP). He was also the technical manager for over eight major chemical demilitarization projects/programs conducted throughout the United States. Steve holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Virginia Tech.