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May 4

Nearly $3 Million in Q1 Contract Awards Help ONEIL Create Positive Economic Impact

COVID-19 caught the world by surprise in the first quarter of 2020, but we are proud to have a team in place that prides itself on rising to challenges, chasing down goals, and creating business solutions. That’s why we’re eager to share that, despite an uncertain economy, ONEIL earned nearly $3 million in new business throughout the first quarter of 2020.

ONEIL Miamisburg, Ohio, campus
ONEIL headquarters in Miamisburg, Ohio.

Our depth of experience in technical writing for military and commercial entities is creating positive economic impact throughout Miamisburg and Oshkosh.

“At ONEIL, earning new business means more than just another notch on our proverbial client belt,” said Hernan Olivas, president and chief executive officer for ONEIL. “Securing new business supplies meaningful, dignified work to our talented employee-owners and directly impacts the community investments we strive to uphold.”

We are enthusiastic about this new work and continue to build momentum as we move through the second quarter. Here’s a recap of our top-tier first quarter wins:

• Eniwetok Group
A recognized expert in 2361 XML data structure and format to meet Army requirements, we were awarded a contract to convert a technical manual into MIL-STD-2361-compliant XML. The technical manual is for a Multi-Phase Chemical Agent Detector, used by the military to test for various chemical agents in an environment.

• Novatio Engineering
We were awarded a contract to develop a technical manual and training materials for the Platoon Power Generator – a 12x12x12 fuel-powered cube designed for a warfighter’s backpack that powers small electronics. This generator allows warfighters more flexibility and uses the same fuel as their vehicles.

• Independent Rough Terrain Center (IRTC)
We were selected to craft a paper technical manual and perform provisioning support for the Rough Terrain Container Handler – Service Life Extension Program for the Marine Corps. Due to our experience writing for military customers, we will provide documentation that makes it easier and safer for warfighters to use and maintain equipment.

• Siemens
We were awarded the contract to develop technical manuals required for the Amtrak Long Distance Charger.

• Systra-Talgo
A contract to develop the technical manuals and training materials required for the SCRRA coach car rebuild was also awarded to us.

For nearly 75 years, ONEIL has developed and delivered technical documentation solutions to customers in aerospace, defense, and commercial markets. For more information, read the press release or contact the ONEIL product support experts about our technical documentation, training, and integrated logistics solutions.