Integrity Applications Inc. will lease an office space in Dayton, Washington, D.C., as it aims to win a $960 million contract with the National Air and Space Intelligence Center, the Dayton Business Journal reported Monday.
Joe Cogliano writes that the Chantilly, Va.-based company will sign the lease in 30 days for a 5,000-square-foot facility in Beavercreek“™s Pentagon Boulevard area with an option for additional space.
Integrity Applications has appointed Michael Ronayne as its Dayton operations director to help the company carry out the potential eight-year Advanced Technical Exploitation Program II contract with the NASIC, according to the report.
Ronayne previously served as command chief of NASIC, helping and helped the agency perform its mission, formulate budgets and manage personnel until he retired in 2011.
The company also hired Kristen Maddox, who brings with her more than 15 years of background in managing programs, technical documentation and proposals, the Dayton Business Journal reported.
It said the agency expects to award the contract in the summer of 2014.