Sabre Systems Inc. President Philip Jaurigue to Speak at Greater Philadelphia Senior Executive Group (GPSEG) CEO Summit Panel
President and CEO Phil Jaurigue will be participating in a panel discussion for the Greater Philadelphia Senior Executive Group (GPSEG) CEO Summit called “Smart Growth – Getting it Right, Lessons from Successful Philadelphia CEOs” on Wednesday, June 1, 2016. The panel discussion will be taking place from 8:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. with a Q&A session until 10:00 a.m. at the Radnor Valley Country Club in Villanova, PA. Phil Jaurigue will be speaking alongside Blake Krapf of Krapf Buses; Donna Allie of Team Clean; and Michael Anastasio of Bala Engineering. The CEO Summit is designed to provide a forum for senior business leaders in or aspiring to join a C-Suite executive team. The panel discussion will focus on how each of the CEOs were able to seize opportunities, adjust strategies, and overcome obstacles so their companies would grow.
Sabre has been awarded a Cost-Plus-Fixed-Fee (CPFF) task order as the Prime Contractor under the Seaport-e Multiple Award Contract (MAC) to provide systems and software engineering and technical efforts for the Software Engineering and Acquisition Management Division (AIR 4.9.4) and NAWCAD/NAVAIR PMA activities. Under this order, Sabre will provide systems and test engineers, subject matter experts, and support specialists for software systems engineering, software development, test, software acquisition, systems/subsystems integration, avionics/software/air vehicle technology insertion, configuration management, and program performance assessment analysis/planning. The work, valued at more than $150,000,000 over five years, has a period of performance of one base year and four option years.
President and CEO, Phil Jaurigue stated, “With this contract award, the Navy continues to show its trust in Sabre’s ability to provide complex engineering services in support of our nation’s security interests. We are honored and privileged to support our men and women who deserve the most effective and safest aircraft and weapons systems as they fight tirelessly to ensure our freedom. We are confident that the team Sabre has assembled will continue to meet the warfighters’ needs well into the future. Many thanks to the Sabre staff and our partners who played a crucial role in this award. It was a tremendous team accomplishment.”
Sabre Systems, Inc. is sponsoring the 21st Annual Run & Fun Walk for Hospice. It will be held on Apr. 9, 2016 at the St. Mary’s County Governmental Center in Leonardtown, MD at 8:30am rain or shine! If you would like to participate, you can register online at http://www.runforhospice.org and use PROMO CODE: SAVE5 to receive $5 off your registration fee. You can also register by completing the attached registration form and returning it to Bbuell@sabresystems.com no later than Mar. 24, 2016. All registration must be completed and received by Hospice by Mar. 26, 2016 in order to participate.
Duane Wilson recently submitted an abstract to the International Test and Evaluation Association (ITEA) titled “Deceptive Disruption: Using Deception to Disrupt the Cyber Kill Chain”. His abstract was accepted by the association on Mar. 2, 2016. Duane will be presenting during the Technical Track Sessions at the upcoming ITEA Cyber Security Workshop in Arlington, VA, which occurs on March 15-17. The theme for this year’s workshop is “Cyber T&E to Disrupt the Cyber Attack Life Cycle.” Congratulations on your accomplishment Duane and keep up the great work.
Sabre Systems, Inc. is one of only six companies in the United States that is appraised at Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI®) v1.3 Staged: Maturity Level 3 (ML3) for Development (CMMI-DEV), Services (CMMI-SVC) plus Service System Development (SVC+SSD). Sabre was the first company to achieve this rating in May of 2013 as noted in the Published Appraisal Results (PARS) database furthering our reputation as a forward thinking and innovative leader.
This rating demonstrates Sabre’s commitment to strong project management and systems engineering practices. For our customers, including the Department of Defense (DoD), the CMMI rating ensures Sabre has the processes in place to address risk, manage subcontractors, plan and track a project and address development and maintenance activities that cover the product lifecycle from conception through delivery and maintenance.
Sabre’s appraisal to CMMI ML3 is organizational in scope and applies to all projects, rather than select business units or programs. Senior Executive Director and lead of Sabre’s CMMI initiative Lisa Feusahrens stated, “In our current competitive market, customers are seeking industry partners that have proven experience backed by a culture of process improvement and maturity. To maintain this rating is a testament to the hard work and discipline of all Sabre employees to deliver consistent project execution and to continually raise the bar to meet or exceed industry accepted practices.”
Sabre will continue to utilize CMMI as their enterprise process framework and as a critical component of business growth strategy to ensure the consistent management and delivery of the highest quality products and services.
On Feb. 18th, 2016, the U.S. Census Bureau proudly announced that Business Patterns statistics are now available for the nation’s 435 congressional districts for the 114th Congress. Sabre is proud that our Senior Price Analyst Becky Daniels of the National Capital Region is the Project Manager for the Census Bureau on the My Congressional District Web application project and will be responsible for maintaining and enhancing it going forward. The newly updated My Congressional District Web application includes County Business Patterns data at the congressional district level. This Web application, designed primarily for Congressional audiences and the public, now includes both economic and demographic characteristics. The County Business Patterns data provides detailed annual information on the number of establishments, employees, and annual payroll for nearly 1,200 industries at the national, state, county and now congressional district levels.