Working with the Air Force Research Laboratory

Working with the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) requires the analytic expertise to provide value to some of the most knowledgeable scientists in the world. C5T’s contracts with AFRL have pushed our team to create exciting new tools for advanced tactical analysis.

The Air Force Research Laboratory's Unique Consulting Needs

The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) researches and develops aerospace warfighting technologies in support of Air Force Materiel Command and provides operational assistance to major commands of the Air Force, including Air Mobility Command (AMC).

The AFRL has uniquely sophisticated software and process needs because it is delivering both products and processes to the rest of the Air Force. In C5T’s contracts with AFRL, we have worked to provide solutions that help them deliver ever more ground-breaking research.

C5T's Projects for AFRL

Here are some of the most recent and most exciting contracts that C5T was able to complete for the Air Force Research Laboratory. 

Infrastructure Information Confidence Model (IICM)

C5T built a decision-making process and knowledge management repository to help AFRL and USTRANSCOM assess which sources of information to use when making plans for resource use.

Full Spectrum Mission Assurance (FSMA)

USTRANSCOM Mission Assurance needed support with assessing hazards and threats. C5T created a solution that standardized information about risks in order to make decisions easier.

Analytic Driven Command Decision Support (ADCDS)

AFRL and USTRANSCOM needed a software model that could standardize reliable decision-making for operational decision makers. C5T built a system that serves USTRANSCOM the appropriate analytical model to use for any operational decision.

Contract Vehicles

  • Vets 2
  • GSA Multi Award Schedule (MAS)
  • GSA Schedule 70
  • FAA eFast
  • GSA Professional Services Schedule

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Does your agency need help with analytic tools, like we provided to AFRL? To discuss these projects and more, please contact us.