Information International Associates has been awarded a contract to help the U.S. Air Force at two major installations in the United Kingdom through September 2020.
Information International Associates, or IIa, will provide base level human resource system management and base enlisted specialty training management services to the U.S. Air Force at the two sites in the UK, a press release said.
This is the fourth consecutive award of this contract to IIa, the press release said. Since 2003, IIa has provided all personnel, supervision, and other resources at Royal Air Force, or RAF, bases Mildenhall and Lakenheath in Suffolk County, UK, about one hour north of London. Kirk Stoye is responsible for activities at both RAF bases.
Kelly Callison, IIa’s senior vice president of operations, manages the UK contract from IIa’s corporate headquarters in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
“Under the leadership of Kirk Stoye, our UK employees have consistently received excellent and superior ratings for their performance,” Callison said. “We look forward to continuing our partnership with the USAF for another five years.”
IIa employees in the UK received the Air Force Nathan Altschuler award for Outstanding Education and Training Program in 2011. In addition, IIa was a major contributor to “excellent” ratings on the 2014 Headquarters, USAF in Europe Unit Compliance Inspection at Lakenheath and the 2015 Inspection at Mildenhall, the press release said.
From its Oak Ridge headquarters, IIa manages contracts with DOE’s Office of Scientific and Technical Information and Oak Ridge National Laboratory; the USAF in Dayton, Ohio, and in the UK; the Institute of Museum and Library Services in Washington, D.C.; and others.
In the national capital region, IIa performs contracts with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission; the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office; the Environmental Protection Agency; the Department of Defense Technical Information Center in Ft. Belvoir, Virginia; the Army Corps Research Labs in Vicksburg, Mississippi; and others in the intelligence community. IIa also manages a federal government interagency consortium of 13 major scientific and technical program offices.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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