VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — Cape Henry Associates (CHA) and KOVA Global (KOVA) have partnered in pursuit of upgrading the U.S. Navy’s training curriculum. CHA and KOVA came together to form Tanya Faye Kocha (TFK), a joint venture that leverages both CHA and KOVA.
CHA and KOVA have worked together for more than a decade on defense contracts. KOVA is a woman-owned small business made up of more than 80% surface Navy veterans while CHA is a veteran-owned business whose employee base is 58% veterans and has a 99.5% on-time product delivery rate.
TFK was formed specifically to compete for a Naval Air Warfare Center Training Systems Division contract for development of training requirements analysis and curriculum modernization products and program management for the Navy.
CHA and KOVA have worked together on similar contracts, such as the Carrier-Advanced Reconfigurable Training System (C-ARTS). Both parties are experienced in the systems and processes of this specific type of contract.
TFK combines the high-speed agility and technical capabilities of KOVA and melds them with the sophisticated systems and processes of CHA to offer a focused, purpose-built joint venture with proven performance in high-volume production pipelines of diverse training analyses and content development.