Test & Evaluation

Power Ten, Inc. provides customers with expertise and experience to support the full spectrum of test and evaluation (T&E) capability required by Government and Industry customers to accomplish their goals of discovery, experimentation, development, acquisition, or assessment of systems or operational concepts.  Our experienced personnel provide T&E solutions tailored to the customer’s requirements, which ultimately result in information useful to support an actionable decision.

 Capabilities / Expertise:

  • Systems Engineering
  • Data Collection
  • Data Analysis
  • MAGTF System of Systems Interoperability (C4ISR) (Including control of RADARs and Missiles) Laboratory/ Field testing
  • CMMI Process Engineering for Test and Evaluation
  • Requirements Decomposition
  • Metrics Identification and Development
  • Test Plans
  • Test Cases
  • Integrated Master Test Schedules
  • In-Field Testing of C4 Systems
  • Thread Development
  • DoDAF Architecture

For more information, download the P10 Test & Evaluation Brochure.

Selected Contracts:

Contract / Task Order: BAE MCOTEA Omnibus Support Contract; PM: Mick Rovenstine

Power Ten, Inc., as part of a fully integrated Team BAE Systems, has assisted MCOTEA in performing OT&E of all Acquisition Category (ACAT) I through IV programs in the areas of: Marine Air Ground Task Force (MAGTF) Command, Control, Communications, and Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR); Ground Combat; Combat Service Support; and Expeditionary Test (includes the Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle (EFV) and naval testing of Marine Corps specific requirements). In addition to formal Initial Operational Test and Evaluation (IOT&E), Power Ten, Inc. has supported Operational Test participation in Combined Developmental Test/Operational Test (DT/OT), Multi-Service Operational Test and Evaluation (MOT&E), and Follow-On Test and Evaluation (FOT&E) and other related OT&E efforts

Contract / Task Order: MCTSSA MC3T; PM Brian Danielson

Power Ten, Inc., as the Prime contractor, provides program management, engineering, testing expertise, acquisition support, and technical support for the Marine Corps Tactical Systems Support Activity (MCTSSA) in support of the MAGTF C4ISR Capability Certification Testing (MC3T) Support Services contract. Services include performance in interoperability certification testing, System of Systems (SoS) preparation and testing, analysis, evaluating software and hardware, conducting research, and developing and reviewing support documentation. Power Ten’s support also encompasses the areas of training, life cycle sustainment, and fielding support for Marine Corps operations worldwide, including support to combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Selected Personnel:

Brian Danielson:

DanielsonMr. Danielson is the Director of Test & Evaluation. Mr. Danielson entered industry from the U.S. Marine Corps following an outstanding career as an Infantry Officer, F/A-18 Weapons and Sensor Officer, and OV-10 Supporting Arms Coordinator (Airborne). He retired as a Lieutenant Colonel with over 30 years of operational, technical experience in both USMC and joint, commands. His skills include long range C4I planning and integration with both new and legacy systems and is well versed in Project Engineering and Program Management of complex System of Systems integration efforts. Prior to joining Power Ten, Inc., Mr. Danielson was a Systems Engineer with Shee Atiká Technologies, LLC and before that a Program Manager and Project Engineer with L-3 Communications on a large COTS and GOTS System of System integration effort for Taiwan. During his final tour in the USMC, he was intimately involved in the C4 operational planning for operations in support of a deployment to the Middle East.

Mick Rovenstine:


Mr. Rovenstine is the Vice President of Operations. Mr. Rovenstine has over twenty-six years of experience in management, aviation, operations analysis, and test & evaluation. While serving in the Marine Corps, Mr. Rovenstine combined tours of operational flying in CH-46E transport helicopters with tours as an operations analyst with the Marine Corps Operational Test and Evaluation Activity (MCOTEA) and Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps, Manpower and Reserve Affairs. After retirement, Mr. Rovenstine directly supported the Marine Corps Systems Command, Product Group-15, Program Manager Engineering Systems, providing technical and program expertise to their test and evaluation process. Mr. Rovenstine is a graduate of the US Naval Academy and the Naval Postgraduate School attaining a BS in Mathematics and an MS in Operations Research, respectively.