SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill. - U. S. Transportation Command Acquisition and Office of Small Business Programs activated a Transportation & Technology Industry Liaison Office here. Contractors wanting to initiate TTILO services can click on the 'Doing Business with USTRANSCOM' tab at thetop of the command's public Web page at www.transcom.mil.
The TTILO is a single point of entry for industry to coordinate capability briefs and unsolicited proposals. TTILO support is available to large and small business, and the office serves as the primary contact to match program offices with industry capabilities as well as support contractors interested in doing business with USTRANSCOM.
The TTILO mission is to communicate, collaborate and connect industry capabilities, innovative ideas and solutions to USTRANSCOM capability areas of interest. For USTRANSCOM, TTILO connects the command with industry. For industry, TTILO serves as a broker for capabilities and solutions with USTRANSCOM program managers, subject matter experts and acquisition professionals.
The USTRANSCOM TTILO Web site is open for all to explore content, initiate TTILO services and provide feedback to enhance Web applications.
Scott Air Force Base, Ill. - The American Society of Military Comptrollers recently recognized U.S. Transportation Command’s Deployment and Distribution Cost Based Decision Support initiative with a distinguished achievement award.
Memorial Day to Labor Day, known as the Critical Days of Summer, is the time of year when people see an increase in mishaps as they get out to enjoy the warm weather.
The American Society of Military Comptrollers recently recognized Jessica Krisch, U.S. Transportation Command’s lead budget analyst for all issues relating to Air Mobility Command, with the 2012 ASMC Individual Achievement Award for budgeting.
Peg Nigra, U.S. Transportation Command staff historian, was reminded of the meaning of Memorial Day recently when she talked to a woman handing out poppies made by veterans at the local food store the other day.
The St. Louis Federal Executive Board recognized five U.S. Transportation Command individuals and the Acquisition directorate team at the board’s Excellence in Government and Combined Federal Campaign awards ceremony held May 9 in St. Louis.