Recent News

June 2018

Cavan Solutions is excited to be a part of the Universities Space Research Association (USRA) team which has been awarded the NASA Academic Mission Services (NAMS) contract to deliver new concepts, tools, and technologies related to aeronautics, science, and aeroflightdynamics.

The contract is for $193 million and is a five-year period of performance.

Cavan Solutions will lead the ATM-X Testbed Support task. The Testbed’s core purpose is to conduct high-fidelity, real-time, human-in-the-loop and automation-in-the-loop simulations of current and proposed future air traffic concepts.

June 2018

Cavan Solutions is proud of Mark Vincent, our summer intern, for his recognition by Baylor University Hankamer School of Business for blending his classroom learning with industry experience to develop his professional skills.

April 2018

Congratulations to Kevin Aurandt for his recognition by RTCA for contributions to DO-365, Detect and Avoid Minimum Operational Performance Standards Phase I (DAA MOPS) and DO-366, Minimum Operational Performance Standards (MOPS) for Air-to-Air Radar Detect and Avoid (DAA) Systems Phase 1.

April 2018

Cavan Solutions is excited to announce that we are part of the winning team selected for the NASA Technical Services for Aerospace Modeling and Simulation III (SimLabs III) contract. The contract supports aerospace systems modeling and simulation facilities at the agency’s Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, California.  The prime contractor is Metis Flight Research Associates – a joint venture of Metis Technology Solutions, Flight Research Associated, and Symvionics.

The contract is for $62.8 million, and has a 5 year period of performance.

Services provided under this contract include: systems engineering; software development and systems administration; aerospace engineering and applications programming; graphics programming; simulator hardware and mechanical systems engineering and operations; safety and mission assurance; configuration management; outreach and subject matter expert recruitment; and related contract management functions.

December 2017

Cavan Solutions acquired Flatirons Solutions’ Government Services line of business. The deal adds a wealth of human capital and contract assets to Cavan’s expanding aviation portfolio. This business unit has provided systems and software engineering, integration, and analytics support services to FAA, NASA, and other Federal agencies for nearly two decades. This includes supporting modernization of most of the FAA’s major air traffic management systems, concept development and integration work on emerging NextGen technologies, and specialty areas including System Wide Information Management, enterprise architecture, cybersecurity, safety, and aeronautical data management. Cavan Solutions CEO Mary Pritchard described the transaction as a critical step in Cavan’s strategic growth plan. “I am very excited about the addition of Flatirons to the Cavan team. The talented staff and breadth of contracts will have a multiplying effect on our expansion to new customers and ability to help the FAA effectively address NAS integration challenges now and well into the future”.

December 2017

Cavan Solutions has moved into our new office space at Capital Gallery. Our location is conveniently located across the street from FAA Headquarters. Come see us at 600 Maryland Ave SW, Suite 370E, Washington, DC, 20024.

August 2017

Cavan Solutions was awarded a task to support En Route Second Level Engineering National Adaptation Group with TBFM evaluation and testing.

July 2017

Cavan Solutions was awarded a contract to support the FAA ATO Operational Concepts, Validation, and Requirements Directorate (AJV-7) in evaluating concepts and developing requirements for UAS integration.

April 2017

Cavan Solutions was awarded a contract to assist with strategic, acquisition, and technical programs within the FAA PMO (AJM-3) including assisting the FAA Controller Training Contract (CTC) program and the head of the Enterprise Services Directorate.