Rapid Response to Critical System Requirements

M any Government systems are being kept in operational status for longer than was originally envisioned. As these systems lives are extended, there is an increasing emphasis on sustainment and materials support.

The intent of the Rapid Response to Critical System Requirements (R2CSR) Support Contract is to provide the U.S. Army, the U.S. Air Force, and other government agencies with the means to immediately respond to critical hardware and/or software system requirements.

The R2CSR contract provides engineering support services that include fabrication, installation, program support testing, repair, engineering data collection, logistics support and studies, and analysis.

As a subcontractor to Nuclear Research Corporation, Dover, NJ, BCI worked on software development of AN/UDR-13 Pocket Radiac. This device measures radiation exposure status resulting from tactical nuclear bursts and from radiological agents.