Contract Vehicles

We understand the importance of offering multiple contract vehicles to our clients. Our portfolio includes multiple award schedules enabling us to provide value to our customers.

Department of Transportation

Systems Engineering 2025 (SE2025) is a 10-year Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract vehicle supporting the FAA’s Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) and other programs across 31 core capability areas. 

The general areas of work include:

  • Acquisition
  • Business Analysis
  • Computer Science
  • Financial Analysis
  • Operations
  • Software Engineering
  • Systems Engineering
  • Research Analysis/Data Science

The Enterprise Programs, Infrastructure, and Communications Services (EPICS) contract is a seven-year vehicle issued by FAA’s Communication, Information, and Network Programs (CINP). The contract provides a broad range of services to include knowledge transfer of the latest technologies, methods, approaches, and products to lead to new, innovative solutions and best practices within the organization. LST provides support to FAA in support of seven functional task areas under this contract:

  • System Engineering
  • Acquisition and Program Management Support
  • In-Service Management and Support
  • Business and Financial Management
  • Information Systems Development and Support
  • Studies, Analyses, and Evaluations Support
  • Administrative Support

The John A. Volpe National Transportation Systems Center (Volpe Center) is a Federal fee-for-service organization within the Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA) of the Department of Transportation (DOT). This Volpe contracting vehicle provides Communications, Navigation, Surveillance (CNS) and Air Traffic Management Systems (ATMS) support for transportation infrastructure through air, water and ground-based transportation systems. Specific tasks include: 

  • Systems engineering and integration
  • Computer science engineering
  • Electronic engineering
  • Electrical engineering
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Operations research
  • Industrial engineering
  • Environmental engineering
  • Aeronautical engineering
  • Human factors
  • System safety engineering
  • Meteorology


The Aeronautics and Exploration Mission Modeling and Simulation (AEMMS) contract provides NASA with research and development support services including modeling, simulation, systems analysis, and application development in support of the Systems Analysis Office, Army Aviation Development Directorate, Applied Modeling and Simulation Branch, Fundamental Modeling and Simulation Branches of the NASA Advanced Support-computing Division, and NASA Aeromechanics Office. 

LST is a subcontractor to Science and Technology Corporation on this contract.

Department Of Defense

The Air Traffic Control (ATC) Engineering and Technical Services Contract IDIQ supports the U.S. Department of the Navy Space and Warfare Systems Center Atlantic (SPAWAR). Work performed under this contract includes engineering support to SPAWAR and other government agencies. Technical responsibilities will include engineering design, budgeting, scheduling, management, procurement, evaluation, software support, integration, maintenance, certification, testing, training, configuration management, and field logistics support for many programs, including: ATC, Meteorology and Oceanography (METOC), United States Antarctic Program (USAP), Naval Flight Information Group (NAVFIG) Terminal Instrument Procedures (TERPS) Program, and the U.S. Air Forces Central (USAFCENT) programs, systems, and equipment. 

LST is a subcontractor to CSSI, Inc. on this vehicle.

The Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) procures more than $500 million of Professional Support Services annually for its headquarters’ Directorates, Program Executive Offices and field activities. In order to meet the Navy strategic sourcing goals, NAVSEA committed to $250 million in savings by procuring Professional Support Services more efficiently. Coupled with this need, the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) directed that 50 percent of all support services be procured using performance-based contracting by the year 2005.