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A Message from Don Bishop, InDyne President and CEO

InDyne is honored to be selected by the United States Army (USA) to perform the Electronic Proving Ground (EPG) Scientific Engineering Support Services (SESS) contract at Fort Huachuca, Arizona. On behalf of the InDyne team, we look forward to working with you.
Fort Huachuca is one of DoD’s foremost test and training ranges, testing a broad spectrum of equipment throughout its life cycle. Fort Huachuca has a rich history of range operations and maintenance support and testing, and a wealth of experience in you, the workforce. The InDyne team is eager to get to work with the EPG workforce and the community to support EPG’s mission “to plan, conduct, analyze and report the results of developmental tests, in support of our Network, EW, and C4SIR customers.”

Phase-in and transition
Under the terms of the contract, a 90-day transition period will begin soon on a date set by our Army customer. Until transition officially begins, we are somewhat limited in what we can say and the questions we can answer – so I appreciate your patience.

What we can say is that we will rely heavily on you during the transition. EPG is built on you, the employees, and we recognize that you are the backbone of the mission.

We are committed to keeping you informed of developments throughout the transition. Although change can be challenging, we will do our best to be proactive in communication, transparent in process, and keep you informed on decisions as they are made.

For additional information
InDyne’s website Careers page includes a link to our job posting and application site, and an email address for submitting questions to our HR team.

We invite you to visit our website and submit your application and resume, and provide us with questions. We will update the site regularly.

We are excited to get started and I look forward to meeting with you in the coming days as we work together to continue the great legacy of EPG organizations.

C. Donald Bishop
InDyne President and CEO

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