New ID Office in Huntsville, Alabama, Will Focus on Mirroring the Success of the
Company’s Recently Opened Tampa, Orlando and Dayton Offices
March 1, 2012 (Huntsville, AL) – Intelligent Decisions (ID), Inc., a premier global IT systems integrator, officially announced its office in Huntsville, Alabama, today with a goal of continuing to better serve the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). The company is focused on DoD research and development efforts in the space and missile defense community and the greater Northern Alabama area. Ultimately, ID would like to mirror the success of other ID offices opened across the nation, most recently in Orlando and Tampa, Florida, and Dayton, Ohio. The company’s current work in Huntsville is an ongoing, multi-million dollar contract with the Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center’s Joint Systems Integration Laboratory (JSIL).
ID’s JSIL contract includes providing products and communications equipment used in the development of new technical capabilities. This is directly related to supporting all Unmanned Aerial Systems programs and Joint Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance technologies and programs within the military services and other government agencies.
Wilbur “Bo” Parker is leading ID’s Huntsville office, bringing with him more than thirty years of progressive experience serving and supporting the DoD in a variety of capacities. ID is looking forward to expanding the company’s presence in the community and to building a strong team of talented professionals.
“We are excited to be officially announcing our Huntsville office, an office centered on expanding our presence in the area, and nationwide, in order to better serve the U.S Department of Defense,” said Harry Martin, president and CEO of Intelligent Decisions. “Bo Parker is a seasoned science and technology expert who brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our work in the Huntsville community.”
ID has been serving the Federal marketplace for nearly 25 years with clients that include the National Security Agency, the U.S. Air Force and Army – not just in the Washington, DC, area, but in communities across the country.