Federal Aviation Administration

Titania possesses significant capability and experience in providing IT Services and program support to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Integration Office. The FAA awarded Titania a prime contract after Congress mandated the establishment of 6 UAS Test Sites across the United States for the purpose of conducting research and testing to help safely integrate UAS into the National Airspace System (NAS). In support of the Test Sites, Titania developed the Mission Logging System (MLS) to collect, analyze, and report operational flight data, associated researchinformation, and tools to manage quarterly and annual reporting. Dynamically generated metrics and dashboards are a key component of the MLS and they provide real-time operational reporting to senior FAA executives on a weekly basis. Titania also developed the Research Portfolio Management System (RPMS) and Research Inventory Mapping (RIM) System to automate the process of assigning, tracking, reviewing, approving, storing, and searching for FAA research projects. These systems are used by the FAA and external research partners such as the Department of Defense (DoD), National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), universities, and other federal agencies. In addition to developing IT systems and tools, Titania provides the UAS Integration Office with program support to manage the day-to-day activities associated with the rapidly evolving rules, policy, and laws related to the public and civil operation of UAS.



  • SharePoint 2013 expertise in support of the FAA’s Knowledge Services Network (KSN)
  • FAA and UAS domain expertise in the areas of privacy laws that apply to the use of UAS and Spectrum management for UAS
  • Software design, development, testing, and maintenance of web based applications
  • Business process definition and engineering management
  • Knowledge/Information Management of UAS operational flight and research data
  • Development of Analysis and Metrics techniques and tools

FAA IT and Program Support Related Services

  • Designed and developed the Mission Logging System (MLS). This system captures operational flight data, incidents/accident reports, and associated research information that is critical in helping the FAA safely integrate UAS into the National Airspace System
  • Designed and developed the Research Inventory Mapping (RIM) System to map research projects to the FAA’s Concept of Operations (ConOps) and agency requirements. The system also tracks the status and funding of projected and ongoing UAS research projects with the goal of consolidating research information and reducing redundant research projects across the federal government and other research partners
  • Designed and developed the Research Portfolio Management System (RPMS) to automate the UAS research process and consolidate completed research documents into a centralized data repository
  • Expertise in SharePoint 2013 design and development, Web 2.0 development, custom HTML and JavaScript development, Selenium WebDriver, SOAP web services
  • Create and maintain SharePoint sites to support numerous FAA organizations and program offices
  • Plan, schedule, and conduct a quarterly MLS Configuration Control Board (CCB) with the UAS Test Sites and the UAS Integration Office
Thank you for your assistance last week… As it relates to SharePoint, you are able to take high level management requests and translate them into immediate results for the action officers. You are very nimble with SharePoint which results in your ability to rapidly adapt to the FAA’s needs.
UAS Center of Excellence Deputy Program Manager
Working with Titania is an absolute pleasure; they are professional and responsive. Their direct engagement of everyone from their CEO to their expert bunch of talent and their ability to quickly implement new versions of the proposed site were critical for us to really understand the final design and workflow. Titania’s excellent reputation here is based upon proven quality in all aspects of their support.
FAA Contracting Officer’s Technical Representative

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