Business Opportunities

AMSAA supports a broad range of military and government customers. If you are interested in collaborating with AMSAA, please send an e-mail to

AMSAA also provides reliability growth tools that cover the areas of planning, projection, and tracking as well as a reliability scorecard. More information about the models and scorecard is available on the Reliability Technology Website.

Analytical Capabilities

AMSAA provides a diverse set of analytical capabilities to support Army decision makers. AMSAA capabilities include:

  • Systems & Performance Level Analysis
  • Performance Data Development & Certification
  • Technology & Risk Assessment
  • Modeling & Simulation/New Methodology Development & VV&A
  • Physics-of-Failure
  • Tech/System Level Trade-Offs
  • Business Case Analysis
  • Fleet Health Assessments
  • Supply Chain Analysis
  • Organizational Analysis & Design

Army Enterprise Efforts Support

AMSAA supports several Army enterprise efforts:

  • Concepts & Requirements Analyses
  • Technology Base Investment Trades
  • Analysis of Alternatives & Other Force-Level Analyses
  • Test & Evaluation
  • Affordability & Cost-Performance Trade-Offs
  • Reliability Improvement Programs
  • Performance-Based Logistics
  • Fleet Management
  • Operating & Support Cost Reduction

Strategic Partners

  • 401st Army Field Support Brigade (OEF)
  • 402nd Army Field Support Brigade (OND)
  • Responsible Reset Task Force (Kuwait)
  • AMC CG Initiatives Group (Redstone)
  • AMC G-4 (Redstone)
  • ASA(ALT) (D.C.)
  • NSSC (Natick)
  • Current Operations Task Force (CSAD)
  • Current Operations Task Force (LAD)
  • Current Operations Task Force (WSAD)
  • DUSA-TE (D.C.)
  • Westpoint (NY)


AMSAA Mission:
AMSAA Develops and Delivers Analytical Solutions to Enable Materiel Readiness.

AMSAA Vision:
AMSAA is Operationalized to Enable Readiness through Excellence in Analysis.


Mr. Amato

Mr. James Amato
AMSAA Director
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD

Related Link:
Mr. Amato Biography

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