CIRRUS Research Associates Inc. is a globally-networked management, market advisory and project specialist firm engaged in the identification, development and expert support of business opportunities in the operational, in-service support, regulatory, and academic segments of the aerospace and defence industries.
Certified by the Canadian and International Industry Security Directorate (CIISD), the Controlled Goods Program (CGP), the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), and the coaching network of Coaching de gestion Inc., CIRRUS Research Associates Inc. has a customer base that includes the federal and provincial governments, the Department of National Defence (DND), aerospace companies, aviation training institutes and airport authorities, Specialties:
CIRRUS Research Associates Inc.'s key strength rests not only in the breadth of technical expertise of its members but also in many unique experience areas such as corporate litigation, Board of Directors membership and direct support to NATO and Partnership for Peace (PfP) officer professional education. This coupled with our world-wide network of contacts and strategic partnerships with other consulting firms is a guarantee for timely first-hand analysis and a surge capacity, if and when required to meet a contract's scope, complexity or deadline. CIRRUS Research Associates Inc. services are provided in Canada's both Official Languages and a capability to provide services in Spanish and German is available.
- Counseling clients in business opportunity pursuits (competitive analyses, risk analyses and proposal management);
- Operational leadership and personnel development training (coaching and conflict resolution);
- Subject matter expert (SME) support for proposal and proposal prequalification submissions, special projects and focused studies with Dynamic Object Orientated Requirements System (DOORS)-trained personnel; and
- Development of Contact Plans, Marketing Plans, and Industrial & Regional Benefits (IRB) Plans; and
- Aviation sciences (airworthiness, security, flight and airfield operations, weapons range management, distributed simulation and training (S&T), maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO), air traffic control (ATC) and safety of flight issues).
|Effective: 1 September 2012|