Odyssey was awarded a contract to provide Department of the Air Force-wide Cybersecurity/Information Assurance (IA) program technical support expertise; field-level support services; policy support activities to meet COMPUSEC, Ports, Protocols, and Application Services (PPS), and TEMPEST mission requirements; and COMPUSEC and TEMPEST Functional Area Manager (FAM) validation support services and is required to provide guidance to reduce the Cybersecurity/IA risks Information Technology (IT) assets pose to the DoD Information Network (DoDIN), Air Force Information Network (AFIN), interfaces, and interconnecting systems. This effort supports the proper operation of AF Cybersecurity/IA systems through reduction of vulnerabilities and Cybersecurity/IA implementations.
Odyssey was awarded a contract to support the OMNI IV Military Medical R&D IDIQ for four Market Segments: Research and Development; Research and Development Support Services; Regulatory Processes; and Translational Science Support and Services. Odyssey will provide a full range of R&D support for requirements including scientific, technical, administrative, and medical staffing and professional services, as well as facilities, IT, supplies and equipment, and logistical support.
Odyssey was awarded a 5-year contract to facilitate internal and external technical and strategic engagement activities that will enable the proper integration of SDA functions across the whole of the Space Enterprise. Through the SDA contract, Odyssey will provide technical and strategic engagement services to achieve the full scope of the SDA Support in the areas of Strategic Planning, Enterprise Integration, Technical Acquisition, Engineering Management, Sustainment Engineering, and System Development.
Odyssey was awarded a 5-year contract to provide research support services to the Clinical Investigation Department (CID) at the Navy Medical Center, Portsmouth (NMCP) Virginia, and Naval Hospital Jacksonville (NHJAX), Florida. Our qualified research staff support Principal Investigators with human- and animal-use research protocol development and data collection. This award expands Odyssey’s clinical trials research capabilities in new therapeutic indications, customer base, and strengthens our pursuit of other clinical investigation requirements within the Army, Navy, and Air Force.
Odyssey, the incumbent contractor, was awarded a five-year contract to provide acquisition support services to the Naval Health Research Center in San Diego, California. NHRC optimizes the operational health and readiness of our armed forces by conducting R&D spanning the spectrum from physical readiness to joint medical planning, wounded warrior recovery, and behavioral health needs. Continuing upon efforts which were first awarded in 2016, Odyssey will provide acquisition and compliance services with expertise in military medical research regulations, statutes, and protocols.
Odyssey was awarded a contract in the ASTRO Research and Support pools. The GSA ASTRO program scope covers operations, maintenance, readiness, development, research and development, hardware, and systems integration of manned, unmanned, and optionally manned systems, robotics, and platforms, as well as the services that support those systems, robotics, and platforms within the realm of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance.
Odyssey the incumbent contractor, was awarded a contract to provide R&D non-personal administrative support services to Naval Medical Research Unit Dayton (NAMRU-D) at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. NAMRU-D conducts aerospace medical and environmental health effects research to enhance warfighter health, safety, performance, and readiness.
Odyssey announced an evolution of its branding. A dynamic new logo will replace the current globe logo. “We are at an important stage in the life of our company,” said Odyssey CEO Tom Portlock. “As we reflect on the success we have earned over the past two decades, we decided it was time to look ahead and introduce a revised brand identity that supports our continued evolution and growth as an industry leader.”
Odyssey Announces the award of a five-year task order to support the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s (AFLCMC) Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance and Special Operations Forces Division (AFLCMC/WIS) under the Center’s EPASS program.