“The mission of the Transportation Security Laboratory (TSL) is to apply our scientific and technical acumen to advance explosives and contraband detection technologies for the field. Established in 1992 at the William J. Hughes Technical Center, Atlantic City International Airport, the TSL’s 12-acre secure campus includes specialized explosive storage and handling areas and a multi scientific-laboratory infrastructure designed for test and evaluation of technology for explosives and contraband detection and blast mitigation. With its staff of federal employees and contractors including physicists, chemists, engineers, and mathematicians, the TSL is internationally recognized for its unique ability to advance detection technology from conception to deployment through applied research, test and evaluation, assessment, certification testing.”
“The scope of work for this acquisition includes labor, supplies, equipment, and materials necessary to supply administrative and technical support services to the TSL Business Office, specifically to the Business Operations, Information Control Center, and Information Technology Center areas coordinated through the business office in support of all divisions and areas within the TSL. The administrative and technical support will be in accordance with the task requirements outlined in this Performance Work Statement.”
“The objective is to maximize the efficient use of TSL assets in support of the Homeland Security mission by improving business processes and tracking costs more effectively.
- Task 1 – Business Office Support – As a federally funded laboratory under the control of the Department of Homeland Security, the TSL is responsible to Congress and the tax payers to ensure government funds are properly received and executed. To this end, the TSL has established a Business Office Operations Department that focuses its efforts on financial planning, financial tracking, project management support, intellectual property concerns, and establishment of agreements with federal, state, and local governments as well as academia and industry. To support the TSL in this business need, the Contractor shall provide support for the following: …”