WASHINGTON, DC July 30, 2019, -- Objective Area Solutions, LLC, (OAS) – Objective Area Solutions is a company that utilizes its aviation domain expertise to help clients in technical programs be more human-centered, effective, and resilient to improve performance. Objective Area Solutions (OAS) is pleased to announce that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) awarded OAS the Air Traffic Organization Leadership and Organization Effectiveness Contract (ALOE) contract to support the Customer Strategy Directorate (AJG-C) within Management Services. OAS is joined by industry-leading and academic subcontract partners LS Technologies and the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University.
“We are pleased to continue to expand our support within the Federal Aviation Administration,” said J.J. Stakem, President, Objective Area Solutions. “This contract perfectly aligns to our deep understanding of the operational aviation environment and the organization development field. We look forward to serving the Customer Strategy Directorate and their clients.”
Through this contract, OAS will provide a broad range of leadership and organization development services including strategic planning and strategic facilitation; leadership development, training, and assessments; employee engagement and customer experience support; organizational and cultural change management; and communications support. These services will be provided within the Directorate as well as to other FAA, Department of Transportation, and external government agency clients.
About Objective Area Solutions, LLC – Headquartered in Vienna, VA; OAS is an industry leader which utilizes its aviation expertise to help clients in technical programs to be more people-centered, effective, and resilient to improve performance. The company takes a highly operational and human-oriented approach to providing support and expertise to government clients in aviation. The company currently provides air traffic management subject matter expertise, engineering support, program management, aviation technology policy, and organization development advisory services to the United States Federal Government.
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