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Since 2006, TGG has supported the Fort Knox Director of Public Works providing Facilities Maintenance Services. Currently, home to the U.S. Army Cadet Command, U.S. Army V Corps, U.S. Army Human Resources Command, U.S. Army Recruiting Command, Fort Knox encompasses 109,000 acres in three Kentucky counties and has a population of over 21,000 Soldiers, family members, and civilians. The facilities maintenance services at Fort Knox support over 2000 buildings and structures, 251 miles of roadway, and 15.7 miles of rail across an area of 109,000 acres. TGG conducts an inspection, testing, preventive maintenance, repair of facilities, machinery and equipment, and project work to include minor construction. This work requires detailed planning, scheduling, logistics support, QC support, material handling, warehousing, safety, environmental, management and work control and administration. TGG’s areas of responsibility include Buildings and Structures Maintenance, Utility Systems Maintenance, Dining Facility Equipment Maintenance, Surfaced Area/Grounds Maintenance, Range Maintenance, Railroad Maintenance, and Supply/Warehouse Operations.
TGG, as the prime contractor, provided Base Operating Support (BOS) services to the Public Works Department at Naval Support Activity Panama City and Naval Operational Support Center Tallahassee, Florida. Services provided included labor, supervision, management, tools, materials, equipment, facilities, transportation, and incidental engineering.
TGG maintained 221 buildings and structures totaling more than 2,577,585 square feet. TGG planned, scheduled, and executed: Preventive Maintenance; full-responsibility Integrated Maintenance Program; Inspection, Testing, and Certification Program; Service Orders; and Other Recurring Service Program to maintain and repair facilities, ground structures, and installed equipment and systems; and non-recurring Indefinite Quantity/Indefinite Delivery Demand Order and Service Order work.
As subcontractor to the Northrop Grumman Corporation from 2010 thru 2020, TGG provided to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) a variety of Information Management services, including planning, design, development, maintenance, engineering, integration, and retirement of information systems.
TGG personnel conducted requirements gathering, analysis, system prototyping, data modeling, conversion, implementation, user education and training, development of user guides, change control, system testing, systems security controls, system documentation, and quality assurance; collection, analysis, transformation, dissemination, visualization, and management of data, information, and knowledge in all forms and media; data standards development.
We also completed health IT, public health informatics, health information exchanges, privacy assessment and monitoring; decision support; interoperability services, service-oriented architecture; graphics and web design; technical writing and editing, and data entry; software process improvement; information security; and modeling and simulation.
Our most recent project provided for the design, testing, implementation, and maintenance of the Survey Data Management System used by the CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health to produce statistical reports and online query databases.
Since 2013 TGG has supported the Air Force Life Cycle Management Command (AFLCMC) with Enterprise Contract Logistics Services at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia. TGG currently provides lifecycle logistics support and Supply Chain Management for the U-2 aircraft, the Distributed Common Ground System, Special Projects, MQ-1/9 Predator/Reaper, RQ-4 Global Hawk, and associated support systems sustained by the AFLCMC.
TGG provided Role Player Services in support of the U.S. Air Force Special Investigations Academy (USAFSIA) Detachment 1, Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, NJ, over a period of three years from 2011 through 2013 on three sequential orders. Role players included civilians on the battlefield and foreign-language speakers to act as villagers and linguists during USAFSIA Detachment 1 training exercises to enhance training operations by providing a realistic cultural environment replicating the situations Special Investigators encounter while deployed. Training exercises included the Counterterrorism Operations Course (CTOC) and the Counter Threat Operations Refresher (CTOR).
TGG supported six to seven exercise iterations each year requiring from 28 to 32 role players. TGG provided management and supervisory cadre to hire, train, sustain, and support Role Players ensuring transportation, billeting, cultural clothing, props, and other equipment for each exercise. Role Players acted as Civilians on the Battlefield and Team Translators and executed those duties as identified in the training scenarios.
In addition, TGG provided instruction to ensure Role Players were trained and prepared for their roles and were fully qualified to operate various weapons, non-lethal training munitions, Battlefield Effects Simulators, and blank ammunition. TGG managers worked closely with our customer on a continuous basis to plan and recruit for upcoming Role Player requirements, coordinate for props and materials, and develop an execution schedule.
TGG created the Mobile Communications & Surveillance Lab (MCSL) to support the development of a suite of complementary communications and surveillance systems for both government and commercial applications. These systems can work in conjunction with existing cellular networks or be work in areas with no coverage using satellite communications systems. Based on a commercial Hummer vehicle, the MCSL hosted four main systems:
Real-Time Virtual Video (RV2) to provide high quality, long-range, 2-way, wireless voice and video streaming from a variety of sources, both mobile and fixed, to multiple users in physically disparate locations.
Mast Mounted Surveillance System (MMSS) providing complete situational awareness using the mast-mounted visible and thermal imaging sensors.
Radio Interoperability Suite (RIS) providing communications Interoperability to bridge mobile, portable, military, and civilian radios including cell/satellite/direct-connect and land-line phones; trunked and conventional radios; P25 and VoIP compatible. The RIS also provides Tactical Repeating to connect and extend radio frequency coverage in urban or remote environments.
Satellite & Network Communications System (SNCS) to provide communications access independent of local infrastructure. The SNCS on the MCSL provided local communications access including internet (via wired wireless networks) and telephone access (corded, long-range cordless, and VOIP).All these systems utilized mature, non-developmental commercial-of-the-shelf (COTS) components to provide a highly capable integrated communications and surveillance platform at the lowest possible cost.
The MCSL proved its capability in various federal government activities in diverse environments, while several systems were integrated into other vehicles for use by local governments for emergency response. RV2 systems, fixed installations, and backpack portable were supplied to various commercial customers including Home Depot and Benning with several systems still in continuous service for more than a decade.
TGG supported the Fort Stewart Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security (DPTMS) Training Division to manage all Live, Virtual and Constructive Training conducted at Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield, Georgia. We provided for range control operations, maintenance and repair of facilities, grounds, equipment and targets. This included Small Arms Range operations, maintenance, and repair; Firing Desk operations; Training Support Center warehouse operations; Engagement Skills Trainer (EST) 2000 and HMMWV Egress Assistance Trainer (HEAT) operations, maintenance, and repair; DPTMS Schools and Facilities scheduling; Grounds Maintenance; and Information Management Support.