MTA is READY to
Improve fleet readiness.
Execute system software processes.
Advance integrated logistics support functions.
MTA has the RIGHT team for
Reliability, Availability and Maintainability Analysis and Engineering.
System Software Design, Evaluation & Qualification, Integration.
Training, QA/QC, Inventory Management, End-User Support.
MTA, Inc. is a WOSB providing professional engineering and technical services to the US military and space programs for over 34 years. MTA is READY.RIGHT.NOW to provide solutions in Reliability, Availability and Maintainability Analysis and Engineering; System Software Design, Evaluation & Qualification, Integration; and Advanced Integrated Logistics Support Functions.
As the owner, CEO, and President of MTA Melissa provides senior executive direction with strategic vision, planning, and financial execution. Melissa serves as a member on the Board of Directors for the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber of Commerce.
Bob Gordon, PMP
Vice President of Programs
Bob leads the company’s current Programs and Contracts, Strategy Formulation, and Business Development opportunities. He is a retired Marine Corps Officer, is a graduate of the Naval Postgraduate School, and is active with Leadership Greater Huntsville.
Director of Operations
Kathy oversees the company business operations of Information Technology (IT), Security, DFARS compliance, and ISO certifications. She has attended Leadership Greater Huntsville’s Focus Class 22 and Management Academy Class 1.
Rick provides program management for current prime contracts and subcontracts supporting the CCDEVCOM Aviation and Missile Center and the National Guard Bureau. He is a retired UH-60 Black Hawk Helicopter Repairer.
MTA, Inc. provides technical expertise to the Engineering Directorate of the Combat Capabilities Development Command (CCDEVCOM) Aviation & Missile Center at Redstone Arsenal in the areas of Quality Engineering; Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability (RAM) Engineering and Analysis; and System Assessments across Army aviation and missile programs throughout their phases of weapon system design, development, production, fielding, and disposal.
Spanning multiple Army aviation platforms including AH-64, CH-47, UH-60, Future Vertical Lift (FVL), and Improved Turbine Engine Program (ITEP), MTA scores maintenance data using the Government’s Aviation System Assessment Program (ASAP) database and identifies and analyzes maintenance trends, assesses areas for possible improvement, and recommends solutions in order to improve fleet readiness.
Further, MTA provides quality engineering, assessment, and testing support on PATRIOT, FIM-92 Stinger, Multi-Mission Launcher (MML), Counter-Rocket, Artillery, and Mortar (C-RAM), and Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile programs to improve missile readiness against enemy threats.
Failure Definition and Scoring Criteria (FDSC) development and application
- Statistical assessment for achievement confidence
- Reliability Improvement Programs (RIP)
- Modeling and Prediction
- Root Cause Analysis and Corrective Action
- Criticality Analysis (CA)
- Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
- Level of Repair Analysis (LORA)
- Failure Reporting and Corrective Action System (FRACAS)
- Stockpile Reliability
- Logistic Support Analysis (LSA)
- Test Design and Assessment for RAM parameter acceptance, growth, or demonstration
- Reliability Growth Forecasting and Assessment for Systems and One-Shots
- Life Extension /Overhaul Interval Weibull Analyses
- FMEA/FMECA Development and Validation
- Reliability Growth/Block Diagrams
- Reliability-Centered Maintenance Analysis
- Scheduled Maintenance Program Assessment/Optimization
- Metric Development and Assessment
- Trend Analysis
- Environmental Impact Assessments
- Post-Implementation Assessments
- Manpower Impacts
System Software Design, Evaluation & Qualification, Integration
MTA has provided formal baseline management and control for numerous Software Enterprise projects. Our services include software requirements definition and development; software design, coding, formal testing, and documentation; establishment of software product baselines; support for Functional and Physical Configuration Audits; and support for field testing and Formal Qualification Testing at the U.S. Army Redstone Arsenal and NASA’s Safety and Mission Assurance and Constellation Programs, and Picatinny Arsenal. MTA performs system software development and test requirements for the M109A6 Paladin/Paladin Integration Management (PIM) system, document reviews and updates, design evaluations, technical reviews, software code development, unit level testing, Software Test Preparation and Planning, corrections and enhancements, Formal Qualification Test (FQT), and Software Test Execution. MTA also performs development and maintenance of software design documentation, Computer Based Training (CBT) Development and Support, development and updating of all CBT Modules, integration, test support, requirements analysis, and website support.
System Software Support Capabilities
- Software Design and Development
- Development of Software Documentation
- Software/Hardware Integration
- Independent Verification and Validation
- Software Engineering
- Configuration Management
- Process Improvements
- Web Development and Tutorials
- New Equipment Training
- Coding and Testing
- Requirements Definition
- Establishing Product Baselines
Training, QA/QC, Inventory Management, End-User Support
For over 20 years, MTA, Inc. has provided various Integrated Logistics Support services to both the Joint Attack Munitions System (JAMS) Project Office aboard Redstone Arsenal, the US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Office located in Huntsville, Alabama, and the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston, TX. MTA provides comprehensive support to the JAMS Project Office with Maintenance Planning, Field Support Planning, Material Readiness, and Sustainment Training and Execution for the 70-mm Hydra Rocket and HELLFIRE Missile. We work closely with the Army-wide JAMS units across supply, maintenance, new equipment training, fielding, and live fire testing activities. Our support to the Corps of Engineers office provides Training services for the DD Form 1391 Processor System, Quality Control and Quality Assurance, Documentation and Reporting, and Helpdesk Support for over 1,700 users. Through our partnership with NASA and the Johnson Space Center, MTA provides new and innovative tools to enhance IT troubleshooting and performance, while also directly supporting the Flight Operations Directorate, Senior Executive Services (SES) Staff, and NASA Astronauts. Through the logistical management functions of procurement, inventory control, regulated issue, tracking and disposal, Helpdesk support, and system/component troubleshooting, our NASA Team plays a crucial role in our Nation’s quest for space superiority. Our capabilities are confirmed with every successful innovation, and our legacy defined by every successful mission. MTA’s integrated logistics support services extend to over 50 locations around the globe…and beyond.
MTA’s support in the following areas help our customers define and adjust their logistics support strategies in order to best meet their needs.
Integrated Logistics Support Capabilities
- Material Fielding
- Material Readiness
- Maintenance Planning and Execution
- Integrated Electronic Technical Manuals (IETMs)
- Technical & Training Documentation
- Formal Classroom Instruction
- New Equipment Training
- Live Fire Test Support
- Supply Procedures
- Property Book Operations
- Receipt, Storage, and Issue
- Inventory Control
- Packaging, Crating, and Shipping
- Helpdesk Support
- Stockpile Reliability
Our employees are our greatest asset as we promote teamwork, professional growth, community involvement, flexible scheduling, and a family-friendly work environment.
MTA is committed to attracting, hiring, and retaining a diverse and talented workforce who can successfully execute contract requirements and deliver high-quality products or services to our customers.
We offer competitive full-time benefits and compensation packages. Internships are also available.
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