Windmill provides a variety of program management functions and support services to a wide variety of Government customers. Windmill holds leading positions not only with operational management, but also with defining and developing future system and program enhancements. Windmill’s people have brought a wealth of government program acquisition and management experience to efforts in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and North America since the company’s inception.
Windmill currently supports several crucial programs, including the NATO AWACS program office, where our experienced personnel hold positions of senior management responsibility, offering Taiwan Desk Officer (SAF/IARS) and Saudi Arabian Desk Officer (SAF/IARG) Support. Windmill staff is responsible for the coordination of the entire acquisition and execution process on the NATO AWACS program, including domestic and international customer relations, cost, scheduling and performance. Our extensive experience in program/project management has been an instrumental part of the continued successful implementation and execution of the NATO AWACS program.
Windmill also presently provides program management support for the Transportation Security Administration’s Training Support Center in Oklahoma City. In 2002, Windmill joined Lockheed Martin’s team to support the TSA in their nationwide airport Specialized Security Training (SST) Program to train and deploy more than 57,000 Federal passenger security screeners at more than 425 airports across the country. Windmill provided extensive program management support by establishing information technology-based, transportable classroom and support facilities, staffing of airport training logistics and IT managers to support instruction delivery teams nationwide.
A vast majority of our members have prior military program management expertise, training and certifications. Because of our unique program management role with our customers, Windmill works very hard to remain contractually neutral. We have established appropriate firewalls when necessary and even turned down new work if an Organizational Conflict of Interest (OCI) issue may be present.