About AISG

AISG Offers:
  • Systems Engineering
  • Systems Integration
  • Project Management
  • Logistics
  • Staffing
  • Training Management Systems
  • Contact Us

    Phone: 407-581-2929 
    Fax: 407-369-4659




    Past Performance

    AISG has a history of delivering reliable, cost effective solutions and technology to an array of commercial and federal government customers. We couple our experience with process to understand our customers’ needs. This process developed over more than 10 years, utilizes practical technical expertise to provide consistent and successful outcomes they have come to expect. Since 1991, AISG's customer has included:

    • Military Sealift Command (MSC)
    • Department of Interior (DOI) - Bureau of Land Management (BLM)
    • National Aeronautical and Space Administration (NASA)
    • Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR)
    • Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA)
    • U.S. Army Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training & Instrumentation (PEO STRI)
    • Harris Corporation
    • Walt Disney World
    • AT&T Universal Card Services

    Sampling of Programs and Experience

    Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance (SETA) - As government contractors AISG assist the United States Department of Defense (DoD) components, and acquisition programs. As a SETA contractor, AISG provides analysis and engineering services in a consulting capacity, working closely with the government's own engineering staff members. AISG provides the flexibility and quick availability of expertise without the expense and commitment of sustaining staff long-term.

    Scientific and Engineering Technical Assistance (SETA) - AISG provided services necessary to support the Defense Threat Reduction Agency Cooperative Threat (DTRA/CT) Directorate in its Cooperative Threat Reduction (CTR) Program, and associated threat reduction mission areas. Required efforts fail into the following six major technical support areas: 1) Operational, 2) Logistics, 3) Technical & Engineering, 4) Financial Management, 5) Program Management, and 6) Information Systems.

    Enhanced International Peacekeeping Capabilities (EIPC) - CCMR provides peace support operations education and training, which is offered both in-residence and abroad. The goal of the EIPC program is to produce highly skilled peacekeeping professionals who have been introduced to a variety of training and educational methods. Upon completion, participants will have a good grasp of peace support operations policy, doctrine, logistics, and interoperability issues.

    Educational & Training Logistics Port Services - AISG developed, modified, produced, and/or obtain existing materials for delivery to students during course presentation. AISG revised the Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) Training, Supply Refresher Training, and Food Service Sanitation Training curricula materials (i.e. research, review, and recommendations regarding, specification of instructional management plan, updating of instructional materials, developing new and revising materials in various media, validating materials for varying academic backgrounds, approving Course Materials. Upon approval of the script/storyboards and graphic illustrations, AISG converted each study program to a computer-based delivery format for distribution to each CIVMAR operated ship Supply Officer. Courses are designed as resident and non-resident instructional requirements utilizing standards set forth by the Chief of Naval Education and Training (CNET), specifically DOD MILSPEC and Standards for the ISD Process: MIL PRF 29612B, Performance Specifications & Training Data Products; MIL PRF 29612B, Data Item Descriptions (DIDs); AF Handbook, Volumes 2-12; AF Manual 36-2234, Instructional Systems Design; NAVEDTRA 130 Series; TRADOC 350-70; SCORM for the type of training required.

    Multimedia Facility Support Services - AISG provided Multimedia Facility Support Services to BLM Alaska Fire Service (BLMAFS). Specifically, AISG provided management consulting for the Strategic Facility Training Plans necessary to meet the BLM Training and Simulation, Technical Engineering and Support Services requirements. This effort supported the BLMAFS and interagency wildfire preparedness activities by counseling/recommending/developing a comprehensive economic analysis study and business strategy for conducting and implementing Technical Facilities requirements assessment. This management and consulting task identified all necessary items required for performing educational studies, assorted training, and associated support equipment for BLMAFS. The consulting task provided recommendations necessary to upgrade, by phases, the existing educational facilities to modernize and transition from a lecture based training environment to a multi-media, multi-presentation training environment. As BLMAFS consultant, AISG recommended/proposed BLMAFS’s training environment include incorporating e-Learning design, technology, and associated tutorials into a web based interactive multi-media instruction.