IMCOM, G1 Army Continuing Education System (ACES) Centralized Education Support Services, 2017 to the present - The Department of Defense directs the Military Departments to provide Service members with opportunities to continue their education similar to those available to their peers in the civilian sector. The Army implements this directive through Army Regulation 621-5, Department of Defense Instruction, DoDI 1322.25, and Voluntary Education Programs for Military Personnel. The Army Continuing Education System (ACES) mission is to vigorously promote lifelong learning opportunities to sharpen the competitive edge of the Army by providing and managing quality self-development programs and services. ACES supports Soldiers’ professional and personal growth through a continuum of education programs and services that range from academic and career guidance to enhancement of job performance and skill qualifications and includes assistance to ease the transition of Soldiers returning to civilian life. ACES also supports the education and career goals of family members, Department of the Army civilians, and other eligible personnel as described in AR-621-5. Indtai provides a broad range of Education Support Services required by ACES at over 50 education offices within the Continental United States (CONUS) and Outside the Continental United States (OCONUS) that are necessary to execute the ACES mission of promoting lifelong learning opportunities for Soldiers. Support services include: counseling support; testing; instructional services; Multi-Use Learning Center support; reception and administrative services; and automation and technology support.
Title 10, U.S.C. section 2913b(c) directs the Secretary of Defense to provide for the establishment of the Science and Technology Academies Reinforcing Basic Aviation and Space Exploration (STARBASE) program. Department of Defense (DoD) STARBASE is a premier educational program, sponsored by the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs. At DoD STARBASE, students participate in challenging "hands-on, mind-on" activities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM).
DoD STARBASE focuses on elementary students, primarily fifth graders. The goal of the STARBASE Academies is to motivate youth to explore STEM as they continue their education. The program increases the interest and improves the knowledge and skills of students that are historically under-represented in the areas of mathematics, science, engineering and technology by exposing them to a STEM environment with positive role models while they interact with military personnel to explore careers and observe STEM applications in the "real world". The program provides students with 20-25 hours of stimulating experiences at National Guard, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force Reserve, Army and Air Force bases across the nation. Learn more at the DoD Starbase web site.
Since 2006, Indtai has deployed/currently deploys team including Directors, Deputy Directors, Instructors, Administrative Assistants and Officer Managers at nineteen STARBASE Academies nationwide.
As a Prime or Subcontractor, Indtai has supported/currently supports the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, and Air Force STARBASE Programs at the following locations:
- Marine Corps - STARBASE Academy at Marine Corps Air Station, Beaufort, SC (2006 to 2019)
- Army - STARBASE Academy at Fort Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield, Savannah, GA (October 2011 to present)
- Navy - 15 STARBASE Atlantis Academies nationwide (January 2012 to 2014)
- Air Force - STARBASE Academies at Maxwell Air Force Base, Montgomery, AL (August 2012 to 2014) and STARBASE Academy at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado Springs, CO (2014 to 2019)
Indtai continues its commitment to supporting the military and civilian communities throughout their life-cycle, by leveraging partnerships and enhancing collaborations to make a difference in our society through fully supporting STEM programs and initiatives.
Education Support Services Contract (ESSC) for the Army Continuing Education Division (ACED), Office of The Adjutant General Directorate (TAGD), Army Human Resources Command (HRC), 2016 - 2019 - Under a 3-year Prime Contract, Indtai provided Technical, Program Management and Administrative Support Services required by the Army Continuing Education Division (ACED) in the Office of the Adjutant General Directorate (TAGD) and its subordinate agencies. TAGD is a large directorate under the Army Human Resources Command (HRC). The overall TAGD mission is implementing and sustaining various human resource programs, services and systems that enable readiness and sustain the well-being of the Army team. TAGD seeks to provide centrally managed contracting support for the comprehensive range of services covered in the TAGD mission. Army Continuing Education System (ACES) is the proponent for an integrated system of adult education programs and services, as defined and described in Army Regulation (AR) 621-5, ACES, dated 11 July 2006, Rapid Action Revision issued 6 September 2009. The ACES vision is to be the premier education enterprise solution within the Department of Defense. ACES promotes lifelong learning, readiness and resilience through flexible and relevant education programs, services and systems in support of the Total Army family. Indtai's team of professionals provided all related support services necessary to execute the HRC, TAGD and ACES System’s mission.
Army Continuing Education System (ACES) Support - Army Reserve; 2014 to the 2017 - Indtai, a member of the American Human Capital - Indtai LLC (AHCI LLC) Joint Venture supported the US Army Reserve ACES Program Nationwide under a 3-year contract awarded in April 2014. A team of almost 60 Education Service Advisors and Test Examiners served at 14 Army Reserve locations Nationwide.
Army Continuing Education System (ACES) Support - IMCOM; 2011 to 2017 - Since 2011, Indtai provided education support services to the Army Continuing Education System (ACES) program at the installation level as a sub-contractor. Support services included: counseling support; testing; instructional services; Multi-Use Learning Center support; administrative services; and automation and technology support. Our team of over 50 full and part-time professionals served at Joint Base Lewis McChord, WA, Ft. Hood, TX and Ft. Carson, CO.
Indtai provided a variety of non-personal services in support of the Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) Lifelong Learning Programs at U.S. Marine Corps installations worldwide. The mission of the MCCS Lifelong Learning Programs is to provide world-class educational programs that offer opportunities and to inspire and prepare Marines for success in their professional lives. The MCCS Lifelong Learning Programs that Indtai's team supported provided an enhanced opportunity for Marines to continue their education and earn certifications, licensing credentials, and college degrees during their active duty Marine Corps careers. A team of over 60 Indtai professionals was located at various U.S. Marine Corps bases including Headquarters Marine Corps in Quantico, Virginia, and at 18 other bases worldwide including bases in Virginia, Arizona, Louisiana, California, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Hawaii, and Japan under this contract.
Indtai assisted the Wounded Warrior Care and Transition Policy (WWCTP) office with the development of a web-based platform for the delivery of a wide range of enhanced academic, career transition, and related support to transitioning service members. Indtai has also assisted WWCTP to fully attain the goal of preparing service members and their families to make a successful transition through their career to the civilian life and culture by providing them with the skills, tools, and self-confidence necessary to ensure successful entry into the Nation’s civilian work force. Data and services from many of our platforms including the Academic Explorer, the Scholarship and Financial Aid Explorer, the Job Explorer, and the Information Explorer played an integral part of this initial development of beta platform.
Indtai provided a broad range of non-personal services in support of Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) and M&FS programs at Headquarters Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia from 2008 to 2010. COSC programs provide a single integrating agency for matters pertaining to management and oversight of combat/operational stress control, in support of Commanders’ efforts in prevention, early identification, and treatment of combat/operational stress injuries. Indtai services involved the establishment of plans and policies, program compliance monitoring, development and implementation of training and awareness programs, research management, and reporting/tracking procedures to enhance force preservation and readiness.
A team comprised of Indtai, Inc. and prime contractor MES, Inc. provided support to the Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) at USMC bases worldwide. Under this contract, our team assisted Marines in effectively managing the dual requirements of a military career and family members with special medical and related needs. This assistance included assignment screening, housing, and medical and educational advocacy and support. Under this contract, the Indtai-MES team deployed 40 EFMP specialists including Case Workers, Education and Training Specialists, Medical Liaison Officers, and other support personnel on board USMC bases worldwide.
Indtai provided a broad range of non-personal services in support of Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) programs at Headquarters Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia. These programs supported Commanders’ efforts in the preparation, prevention, and resolution of personal readiness concerns that increase stress and detract from mission readiness. Indtai's services encompassed labor, management, and supervision in support of MCCS and M&FS Programs. In particular, Indtai supported the following programs: Substance Abuse, Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR), Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP), Transition Assistance Management Program (TAMP), Personal Financial Management (PFM), Family Member Employment Assistance Program (FMEAP), and Information Technology support services.
Indtai, Inc. provided a community-based program designed to support new parents and their children, enhance family well being, support retention of personnel and increase family readiness. Professional home visitation services were provided to expectant parents and those with children under the age of six. The program also provided prenatal education classes, support groups and inter-active playground experiences.
Indtai provided a broad range of non-personal services in support of the Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) Transition Assistance Management Program (TAMP) from 2005 to 2009 at Headquarters Marine Corps, Quantico, Virginia. Services included: program management, strategic planning, marketing and media coordination, data collection and trend analysis, and program and policy analysis. Indtai staff also served in a liaison capacity to the Department of Labor and Department of Veterans Affairs.
Indtai provided professional support staff for the U.S. Marine Corps, Wounded Warrior Battalion - West, Camp Pendleton, California. Services included Medical Health Advisors and a Community Liaison who worked with public and private medical providers to ensure the best care for Wounded, Ill and Injured Marines and Sailors, particularly in the areas of Traumatic Brain Injury and Post Traumatic Stress. Rehabilitation coordination, clinical counseling, curriculum development and training services were also provided by Subject Matter Experts.