News Release - 11-05-2008
DELTA Resources, Inc. Shares Honor of David Packard Excellence in Acquisition Awards
David Packard Excellence in Acquisition Award presented to Joint Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Vehicle Program (JMVP) and The U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Standoff Precision Guided Munition (SOPGM) Quick Reaction Capability Team
WASHINGTON, DC – On November 5, 2008, the MRAP JMVP and USSOCOM SOPGM, supported by DELTA Resources, Inc., were presented the David Packard Excellence in Acquisition Award.
The MRAP JMVP Team received this award for the rapid development, acquisition, and fielding of the MRAP family of vehicles, while the USSOCOM SOPGM team distinguished itself by rapidly fielding a lethal warfighting capability on USSOCOM aircraft and simultaneously improving aircrew survivability.
DELTA’s Andy Walden, Jessica Bohannon, Steven Etheridge, Robert Gomez, Ebony Moss, Sarah Storey, Sherry Weathersby, and Paul Woods provide test and evaluation as well as program management support to the MRAP JMVP. As part of the USSOCOM SOPGM team, DELTA’s Betty Acree and Rusty Acree support the Battle Management System at NSWC Dahlgren, providing the Weapons Control and Weapons Guidance components of the SOPGM. DELTA supports these two projects under subcontracts with the EG&G Division of URS.
The David Packard Excellence in Acquisition Award was established to recognize organizations, groups and teams who have demonstrated exemplary innovation using best practices to achieve acquisition excellence in the Department of Defense.
About DELTA Resources, Inc.
DELTA Resources Inc. is a woman-owned small business, established in 2000 to provide program management, information technology, engineering, and administrative support services to the Federal government and private sector. With nearly 200 employees and annual revenues exceeding $30 million, the company has sustained growth through its commitment to excellent customer service and employee development. In 2007, DELTA Resources was named as a "Great Place to Work" in Washington, D.C. by Washingtonian Magazine.