On 30 September 2014, TMB announced that it had been selected to provide enterprise-wide Business Financial Management services for the Navy’s Program Executive Officer, Integrated Warfare Systems (PEO IWS) under a five-year $107M contract. This effort will provide: financial operations support, cost estimating and Earned Value Management (EVM) support, financial planning, budgeting and financial execution support across all the PEO IWS Major Program Managers. TMB assembled and led an impressive team of large and small businesses for the contract: Booz Allen Hamilton, Delta Resources, ICI Services, Kratos Defense, Pax Solutions, PDS and Systems Planning and Analysis. Work will be performed primarily in the Washington DC area.
TMB was notified on 05 August 2014 that we were part of the winning ICI Services Team to provide business and financial management support for PMS 317, the LPD 17 and Dock Landing Ship Replacement (LX(R)) Program Office. This was followed on 29 August 2014 by the Government announcement that the ICI Services Team had also been selected the winner of the larger unrestricted procurement supporting PMS 317. TMB personnel will also be part of this new effort to provide program management, contract analysis, acquisition and strategic support; ship engineering, research and technical support; systems integration and testing support; ship class production management and information technology support; and post-delivery support.
TMB was notified on 28 June 2013 that we were part of the winning ICI Services Team to provide support for the construction, reactivation, design planning, conversion, repair and overhaul of ships and crafts under the cognizance of the Supervisor of Shipbuilding Gulf Coast MS. TMB will be providing waterfront electronic technicians and test planning analysts on this effort.
TMB was notified on 21 May 2013 that we were part of the winning ICI Services Team to provide program management support to PMW 240. The Sea Warrior Program Office, PMW 240, under the Navy Program Executive Officer, Enterprise Information Systems (PEO-EIS) provides Information Technology (IT) support and technical solutions for the Department of the Navy within the areas of Manpower, Personnel, Training, and Education (MPTE) and Distance Support which includes the Navy Integrated Application Product Suite (NIAPS) business system domains.
March 2013: TMB as part of the ICI Services winning team, will provide Foreign Military Sales (FMS) support to the International Fleet Support Program Office (IFSPO) PMS 326 and Inactive Ships Program Office, PMS 333
February 2013: TMB as part of the Herren Associates winning team, will provide Acquisition, Procurement and Financial Management Support for the NATO Sea Sparrow Program Office (NSPO).
TMB was notified on 9 February 2012 that our bid to the Office of Naval Research (ONR) Sea Warfare and Weapons Department Code 33 to provide programmatic, business and financial support services was chosen as the winner from among 21 bids submitted. If all options are exercised, this five year contract will be worth approximately $6.0M to our company.
On 07 November 2011, TMB will move into 12,000 square feet of new space at 100M Street SE, Suite 400, Washington DC, 20003. This facility will be centrally located adjacent to the Washington Navy Yard and is directly across the street from the Navy Yard Metro stop. Our 100M Street facility will have a flexible conference room capable of seating 75 persons, and dividable into one 50-person and one 25- person room, as well as a secure conference room capable of seating 20 people.
TMB was notified on 01 November 2011 that our bid had been chosen from among 10 proposals to provide support to the Office of Naval Research (ONR) Code 08 Comptroller's Office. The TMB Team will provide financial management and reconciliation support services to Code 08. If all options are exercised, this engagement will be worth almost $1.8M to TMB.
TMB as part of the AOC Team was successful in winning a three year contract to provide Hull, Mechanical, and Electrical (HM&E) Open Systems Architecture (OSA) and Systems Engineering technical support to the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division (NSWCCD). This continues TMB’s support for development of Open Systems Architecture for NSWCCD Code 21.