Systems, Security and Software Engineering

WPL, Inc.

Excellence Since 1978

OASIS Contract


This webpage is developed in accordance with the requirements of the OASIS Contracts. 

OASIS Summary:

OASIS and OASIS Small Business (SB) are multiple award, Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts that provide flexible and innovative solutions for complex professional services.


These contracts:

Span many areas of expertise and mission spaces

Span multiple professional service disciplines

Allow flexibility for all contract types, including hybrids and cost-reimbursement, at the task order level, and

Allow ancillary support components, commonly referred to as Other Direct Costs(ODC), at the task order level

The core disciplines of the contract include:

  • Program management services
  • Management consulting services
  • Logistics services
  • Engineering services
  • Scientific services, and Financial service

Contract Information:

Prime Company:          WPL, INC

DUNS Number:            834787202

CAGE Code:                  7P533

Active SB Pools:           1, 3

OASIS SB Pool 1 Contract #: 47QRAD20D1123 

OASIS SB Pool 3 Contract #: 47QRAD20D3126 

Business Ownership:  Small Business

Contractor Key Personnel POC Information

Warner P. Lombardi 


OASIS Contract Manager 

Voice: 310-546-4099 

Fax: 310-546-4553 

Mobile: 310-766-0451 

Jennifer Halford 

Vice President 

OASIS Program Manager 

Mobile: 310-936-6157 

Phil Moss 


Mobile: 719-650-2391 

Corporate Headquarters 

2120 The Strand, #3 

Manhattan Beach, CA 90266 

Colorado Springs, CO Office 

685 Citadel Dr. East, Ste 375 

Colorado Springs, CO 80909 

Capability Summary:

WPL, Inc. (WPL), founded in 1978, is a qualified Small Business with an experienced staff of systems and security engineers that support multiple technical efforts across the Department of Defense (DoD). Our core expertise lies in Military Satellite Communications (MILSATCOM) and Nuclear Command, Control, and Communications (NC3). 


  • Systems and Security Engineering Support for the space, ground, and terminal segments of the Milstar, Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF), Enhanced Polar System (EPS) and EPS-replacement systems. 
  • Operational Support: Evaluate mission effectiveness of SATCOM and Terrestrial systems and provide technical architecture consultation for NC3 systems, operational configurations, and specialized studies. 
  • Training: Develop and administer materials, and courses for operations of Milstar and AEHF communication planning systems. 
  • Sustainment Engineering: Apply extensive experience to day-to-day operations, sustainment, interoperability, and integration of current and future MILSATCOM, NC3, and Cryptographic Systems architectures and capabilities. 
  • Systems Approach: Investigate and resolve issues using a broad understanding of SATCOM satellite, terminal, and control systems; including baseband equipment, database and planning information. 
  • Integration and Testing: Support integration, test, and sustainment of current and future AEHF/MILSATCOM terminals and subsystems within both a laboratory environment and operational mission locations. 
  • Technical Consultation for Operations: Support effective development of Allied, Coalition, and NATO architectures and concept of operations. 
  • Identification and resolution of current operational and proposed future MILSATCOM and NC3 Systems’ architecture gaps, interoperability and integration challenges and potential problem areas. 
  • Assessment and analysis of MILSATCOM and NC3 system modifications, enhancements, maintenance, and advanced programs. To include evaluating potential impacts of technology insertion on systems, operations, system architectures, and mission effective capabilities. 
  • Emerging Mission Support: Ability to develop, manage, and implement solutions for complex architectures. WPL is leading the effort of a Future North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) protected SATCOM architecture. Beginning with concept development, through systems design, to fielding of a multi-service/multi-national capability. 
  • International Partners (IP) Operational Support: Support IP on training, use and engineering of AEHF operationally focused services utilizing the Mission Planning Element (MPE) and other engineering tools locally developed. Support includes the operations of Navy Multiband Terminal (NMT) and Secure Mobile Anti-Jam Reliable Tactical-Terminal (SMART-T).