Foxhole Wins FAA NAS Cyber Risk Management Contract
Team Foxhole is pleased to announce the award of a $1,426,470 contract to provide the FAA NAS with Cyber Intelligence and Cyber Security support. Craig Sorrentino, Sr. PM, will be the Program Manager for this effort.
The FAA National Airspace System (NAS) is one of the most complex aviation systems in the world—consisting of thousands of people, procedures, facilities, and pieces of equipment—that enables safe and expeditious air travel in the United States and over large portions of the world's oceans.
The NAS requires approximately 14,500 air traffic controllers; 4,500 aviation safety inspectors; and 5,800 technicians to operate and maintain services.
It has more than 19,000 airports and 600 air traffic control facilities. In all, there are 41,000 NAS operational facilities. In addition, there are over 71,000 pieces of equipment, ranging from radar systems to communication relay stations. On average, about 50,000 flights use NAS services each day.
Thumbs Up! to Craig Sorrentino for working this important initiative and helping win this important work for Foxhole.