24 July 2019
Intrepid Aspire Scholarship Recipients 2019
This year we launched the Intrepid Aspire scholarship program. This program awards educational scholarships to college freshmen who aspire to achieve a college education despite financial or personal struggles/hardship. A $1000 non-renewable scholarship will be awarded to a full-time, admitted entering freshman to each of the following universities:
• Alabama A&M University
• Auburn University
• University of Alabama
• University of Alabama – Huntsville (UAH)
• Mississippi State University (MSU)
Candidates for this scholarship must be residents of Madison, Morgan or Limestone county in Alabama; be of good moral character; plan to major in a STEM or business-related major; and have demonstrated academic and leadership ability as well as financial need.
We received many very impressive applications demonstrating hard work, initiative and commendable career aspirations. Our Scholarship Committee has selected the following recipients for this year.
• UAH: Paige Gray
• Alabama A&M: Niceson Ejam
• UA: Alexandra Sedlmayr
• Auburn: Chella Rossel
• MSU: Daegan Appel
Congratulations to our 2019 recipients, and we wish them luck in the upcoming school year!
27 September 2018
We’re excited to be in our new location! 990 Explorer Blvd NW, Huntsville.
24 August 2018
Intrepid Awarded $24M Contract
HUNTSVILLE, AL – Intrepid LLC has been awarded a GSA One Acquisition Solution for Integrated Services (OASIS) contract to provide Architectural Support Services for the Aviation Development Directorate (ADD).
This contract is valued at over $24M to provide engineering and programmatic support. The team is comprised of Intrepid LLC, CRL Technologies, and On-Line Applications Research (OAR) Corporation. This work will be performed on, or within close proximity to, Ft. Eustis and Redstone Arsenal. Approximately 70% of this work will be performed in Huntsville.
Intrepid and its partners will provide strategic guidance and support in Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE), Open Systems Architecture (OSA), and acquisition for the new Integrated Mission Equipment (IME) for Vertical Lift Systems (VLS) as well as current and future aviation S&T efforts. This effort will include performing architecture and systems engineering related research, developing strategic plans for S&T programs that support the Future Vertical Lift (FVL) program, and ensuring the needs of the current fleet are adequately addressed prior to FVL fielding. Support to other Mission Systems technical areas and programs will also be provided to implement architectural concepts, improve coordination, avoid duplication of effort, and enable S&T Program Managers to leverage the work of other related programs.
U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development, and Engineering Center is operationally aligned to the U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Command, and administratively aligned to the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command. This joint alignment established a closely woven research, development, acquisition, and sustainment team to provide increased responsiveness to the nation’s Warfighters. AMRDEC has the mission to deliver collaborative and innovative aviation and missile capabilities for responsive and cost-effective research, development and life cycle engineering solutions.
16 August 2018
Intrepid Awarded $160M+ Contract
HUNTSVILLE, AL – Intrepid, LLC has been awarded a SETAS Task Order Contract to provide continued support to the Army’s Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD) program and the Program Executive Office (PEO) Missiles and Space (M&S) staff. Prior work was conducted under the SETAC10 contract.
This contract is valued at over $160M to provide systems engineering, program operations, test and evaluation, and logistics support. The team is comprised of Intrepid LLC, Dynetics, Intuitive Research and Technology Corporation, KBRwyle, Lynx Support Specialist, Inc., Science Applications International Corporation, 5-D, Integration Innovation, Inc., Perspecta Inc., and Quantum Research International. Approximately 70% of this work will be performed in Huntsville, AL.
The IAMD Project Office (PO) is the Army’s centralized manager for integration of existing and future Army Air Defense Artillery systems into a network-centric architecture that enables dynamic task force tailoring and improves operational effectiveness and suitability. The IAMD PO, operating as part of the PEO M&S, executes its mission of Air Defense systems modernization through development and evolution of the Army IAMD (AIAMD). The AIAMD program represents a shift from a traditional system centric weapon systems acquisition to a component-based acquisition approach. Unlike traditional acquisition programs that focus primarily on the development of a single system or platform, the AIAMD program is structured to enable the development of an overarching system-of-systems capability with all participating Air Defense Artillery (ADA) components functioning interdependently to provide total operational capabilities not achievable by the individual element systems. The AIAMD program achieves its objective by establishing the incremental AIAMD architecture and developing the IAMD Battle Command System (IBCS), the Integrated Fire Control Network (IFCN), and common plug and flight kits.
9 July 2018
Intrepid has moved!
We are now located at 990 Explorer Blvd NW, Huntsville AL, 35806. We are excited to be joining the Cummings Research Park neighborhood!
20 June 2018
Joseph S. DiNoto, SPIPC, ISOC, PSC
Director, National Security Solutions
Intrepid is proud to welcome Mr. Joe DiNoto as our Director of National Security Strategies. Joe brings over 30 years of experience in conducting intelligence activities, performing security operations, and leading counterterrorism efforts. His most recent assignment has been Chief Security Officer, United States Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command (USASMDC/ ARSTRAT). At Intrepid, he will lead all national security efforts for client services involving Intelligence Programs, Security Operations, Surveillance & Reconnaissance Activities, and Security Engineering & Protective Sciences. Joe will lead corporate capabilities providing expertise, support, and specialized services to the Intelligence Community, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Justice, and Department of Defense, as well as a portfolio of international clients in those same missions.
As Chief Security Officer for the USASMDC/ARSTRAT, Joe led the organization’s global security enterprise spanning 23 world-wide locations across 11 time zones, security clearances of 2,800 employees, 200 technology programs, 50 international programs, over 110 classified contracts (estimated $380M contracting value), and 22 Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities. This included command oversight of supply chain risk management, technology protection, and cybersecurity cognizance for information networks classified at the Top Secret and Intelligence Community levels.
His previous Intelligence Community assignments included serving as the Director of Intelligence & Security for the U.S. Army’s Cruise Missile Defense Systems Project Office, Chief, International Security Branch for USASMDC/ARSTRAT, and Chief, Foreign Disclosure & Technology Protection Branch for the U.S. Army Special Operations Command (USASOC). Prior to his federal service, Joe served as a Supervising Criminal Investigator for the State of New York where he led undercover operations as well as infiltration and exploitation activities against transnational crime groups and organizations providing material support to terrorist organizations.
Joe is currently completing his Doctorate in Strategic Security Studies from Henley-Putnam University. He possesses a Master’s Degree in Global Strategies, a Bachelor’s Degree in National Security Affairs and Intelligence Studies, and an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice. In 2015 he was inducted into the Order of the Sword and Shield, the national academic honor society for intelligence and security professionals.
Joe is the only person in the history of the DoD to have ever been awarded both the Thomas Dillon Award for Security Excellence (2016) and the Kenneth C. Raymer Award for Excellence in Foreign Disclosure (2007). His other official awards and certifications include: LTC Thomas Knowlton Award for Excellence in Military Intelligence, Army Superior Civilian Service Award (3 times); Army Commander’s Award for Civilian Service; Army Achievement Medal for Civilian Service (2 times); DoD Physical Security Certification; DoD Industrial Security Officer Certification; DoD Security Program Integration Professional Certification; DoD Security Asset Protection Professional Certification; DoD Security Fundamentals Professional Certification; and the U.S. Army Space Cadre Qualification.