|WELCOME TO SURVIAC
SURVIAC has existed as a Government Owned, Company Operated
(GOCO) center of excellence for survivability, lethality and
homeland security since 1984, operated by Booz Allen Hamilton.
The IAC program is managed as a part of the Defense Technical
Information Center, DTIC. SURVIAC consists of two major
parts; the SURVIAC Core, located at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio
and the SURVIAC Contract Vehicle for sole source delivery
orders for Technical Area Tasks, (TATs).
The basic philosophical shift going forward is to separate the
IAC into two distinct contracts under the new heading of the
Defense Systems Information Analysis Center (DSIAC). One
contract is for the Basic Core Operation (BCO) to manage the
libraries, collect and analyze data and respond to inquiries
from throughout the DoD community. The SURVICE Engineering
Company was recently awarded the contract to run the BCO. This
new BCO construct allows for Core Analysis Tasks or CATs.
Challenging technical problems that are beyond the scope of a
basic BCO 4-hour inquiry can be solved by initiating a CAT.
The second contract is for a DSIAC Multiple Award Contract
(MAC). The MAC is a collection of prime contractors, who
competitively bid on new delivery order TATs. The DSIAC MAC is
expected to be awarded between now and Summer 2014. Both key
parts of the SURVIAC contract continue; The Core continues
until April 8, 2014 and each TAT continues until the end of
the TAT's period of performance. To maintain the continuity of
service to the DoD community, a transition period will exist
during which time Core operations will be phasing in the new
BCO construct and redirecting requests for products and
services to SURVICE Engineering. We will continue to keep you
apprised of the progression of SURVIAC to DSIAC (new email
addresses, website address, new phone numbers, etc.) on our
website and E-News.
For a more detailed discussion of the IAC Program way-ahead,
to get the latest official information, and to track progress
on the procurement, please visit the DTIC Website at http://iac.dtic.mil.
Until further notice, you may continue contacting SURVIAC at (937)
email at email@example.com.
SURVIAC is the DoD’s institution for collecting,
disseminating scientific and technical information (STI)
related to all aspects of survivability and lethality for
aircraft, ground vehicles, ships and spacecraft, to
security threats including chemical, biological, directed
energy, and non–lethal weapons.
|SURVIAC is a contractor operated, DoD sponsored service available to all government and industry users to provide studies, analyses, data gathering, and other operational, and logistics requirements related to survivability and lethality technologies.
SURVIAC Support- When interest in our products and services warrants, we will come to your location. We bring a variety of information sources including:
- An extensive library of relevant
survivability and lethality
- Database of historical combat damage
- Free subscription to our SURVIAC
(see our inquiry page for
- Access to approved set of models
- SURVIAC Information Briefing
- SURVIAC booth and promotional materials
- Survivability training and awareness courses created and conducted for your particular needs
- Training on specific SURVIAC distributed models
is a DoD
Information Analysis Center (IAC) sponsored by the
Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) with support
from several organizations including the Joint
Aircraft Survivability Program Office (JASPO) and
Technical Coordinating Group on Munitions Effectiveness
SURVIAC is supported with facilities and a Contracting
Officer’s Representative (COR) from the
96th Test Group, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH and
ESG/PKS (DTIC Flight) at Offutt AFB, NE.
Informational Brochure (.pdf format)