In August 2011, Ke`aki Technologies, LLC. was awarded a five year (base plus options) IDIQ contract under the Omnibus III program Small Business Set-Aside Lot in support of Navy Medicine. Ke`aki Technologies was one out of 21 companies awarded contracts as part of the full and open, and small business set-aside lots. The total contract ceiling for all awardees is $497M. The purpose of this contracting vehicle is to put in place personnel, materials, equipment, facilities and process infrastructure that will facilitate Navy Medicine’s mission to conduct Research & Development across its enterprise, including commands that the Navy reports to or supports.
Ke`aki Technologies teamed with an elite group of organizations: Akimeka, LLC., Analytic Services Inc., Battelle Memorial Institute, Booz Allen Hamilton, COMPA Industries, Omnivox, LLC., STRATITIA Inc., and TerraHealth, Inc., to allow us to draw upon our combined extensive experience and well-developed partnerships with the Government to provide flexible, responsive, and innovative services. Ke`aki Technologies and its partners have core competencies in Medical Simulation & Mission Support, Warfighter Performance, Behavioral Sciences & Epidemiology, Deployment Health Research, Naval Aerospace Medical Research, Environmental Health Effects, Directed Energy Bioeffects, Etiological Research, Human Research Protection and Institutional Review, and Clinical Investigation Programs.
Ke`aki Technologies is excited to be a part of this program and is looking forward to supporting the Navy Medicine’s mission to enhance the health, safety, and readiness of Navy and Marine Corps personnel.
About Ke`aki Technologies
Ke`aki Technologies is a premier government services company
that offers a full spectrum of solutions that improve the
performance and operational effectiveness of our government and
DoD customers. We provide mission-synchronized solutions in the
areas of base and range operations support, biomedical defense
support, telecommunications, and information technology
services. A fast-growing Native Hawaiian Organization
(NHO) small business, Ke`aki Technologies has offices in
Honolulu; Orlando, Florida; San Antonio, Texas and Frederick,