Future Technologies Inc (FTI) recently expanded operations in Moorestown, NJ in support of the United States Navy and AEGIS TECHREP. A Small Business based in Fairfax, VA, FTI has built a broad Information Technology (IT), Engineering and Intelligence Analysis portfolio and has been an active member of the technical community supporting the Navy in Dahlgren, VA and Patuxent River, MD for a number of years and has had a very limited presence in Moorestown, NJ. Recently, in support of the AEGIS TECHREP in Moorestown, FTI is expanding to provide IT, Information Assurance (IA), Web Development and maintenance of the Navy’s TRAIN web environment, Tactical Data Link (TDL) Analysis, System Engineering, Test and Evaluation and Administrative Services. “FTI is pleased to be providing additional support to the Navy in Moorestown,’ said John Stalnaker, Vice President of Navy Operations. “The additional work is a direct result of the strong performance of our dedicated professionals and our customer focus. With the additional engineering work in Moorestown, we have been able to implement management changes that will allow us to continue to expand and support our capability to provide multi-site integrated support at both Moorestown and Dahlgren sites that will result in increased efficiency and reduced costs that can be passed along to the customer.” FTI is a Small Business incorporated in 1992 and is a prime contractor on Seaport-e in all zones.
Since November 2006, Future Technologies Inc. has been involved with an International Group of Physicians and Scientists teamed to provide Iraq the training and equipment required to collect DNA samples from the thousands of unidentified civilian casualties of the civil unrest. This capability will allow Iraqis to conduct kinship analysis of the DNA evidence against DNA samples provided by family members reporting missing persons and ultimately repatriating as many family members as possible. This capability will also provide Iraq Universities the ability to conduct research into areas such as Molecular Diagnostics.
U.S. Department of State on April 2, 2008 announced they will fund more than three million dollars for the initial stages of the program. Other countries have also agreed to contribute funds. The U.S. Civilian Research and Development Foundation will be overseeing the program. FTI is very proud of our role in this humanitarian effort.