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OAK RIDGE, Tenn. (April 23, 2013) – GET-NSA will provide information technology support services to the U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge Office in Tennessee under a three-year $10.6 million contract recently awarded by the Department of Energy.
GET-NSA will provide an array of support activities, including cyber security operations, network operations, information engineering and systems development, and end-user support and help-desk services. The project, now under way, involves about 30 incumbent employees who became GET-NSA employees on March 1. The contract will be administered by GET-NSA, an 8(a) small disadvantaged business joint venture between Charlotte, N.C.-based Nuclear Safety Associates and Miami’s Global Engineering & Technology.
NSA partnered with GET in a mentor-protégé relationship approved by the U.S. Small Business Administration and designed to help the Florida firm become more competitive in pursuing government IT and security procurements set aside for small and small disadvantaged businesses. GET has primarily supported the Department of Defense Southern Command, providing support in personnel security, IT and administrative functions. GET-NSA was established in early 2012 and approved by the SBA in September 2012.
“This is an important contract for our firm and we are eager to work with and learn from NSA,” said GET President Anthony Maruri, who founded the Miami management and organizational consulting firm in 1999 to work with federal, state and local governments and private sector companies.
The GET-NSA contract also provides access to two other small businesses: Innovative Technical Solutions, a Native American-owned information technology firm in Paducah, Ky., and Turnkey Technical Services, an Oak Ridge-based regulatory compliance and logistics consulting service.
“Creating strategic partnerships is becoming increasingly important in this highly competitive industry,” said Chris Dean, vice president of operations for NSA’s Federal Division. “Establishing this mentor-protégé relationship gives GET an advantage in bidding on government procurements set aside for small businesses.”
“We are pleased with the selection of GET-NSA as the next information technology support contractor for the Oak Ridge Office,” Larry Kelly, the manager of the DOE’s Oak Ridge Office, said in a press release. “The services provided under this contract are vital to our success, and we look forward to building a productive, professional relationship with GET-NSA.”
Nuclear Safety Associates specializes in nuclear safety and licensing, criticality safety, training, specialized design engineering, seismic and structural engineering, safeguards and security, cyber security and information technology services for the federal government and commercial nuclear industry. The Charlotte, N.C., company, founded in 2001, has field offices in Oak Ridge, Tenn.; Idaho Falls, Idaho; Hudson, Wis.; Columbus, Ohio; and Albuquerque, N.M. NSA has earned a strong reputation for quality and technical excellence and has the experience, infrastructure and financial stability to successfully manage complex projects requiring highly skilled technical resources.
Throughout its 12-year history, the company has experienced consistent and managed growth. NSA is recognized by Inc. Magazine as one of America’s top 5,000 fastest growing small businesses and top engineering companies for four consecutive years, from 2007 to 2010. NSA’s exceptional record of accomplishment is the result of its focus on performance, exceeding customer expectations and viewing every customer relationship as a true partnership.
For more information about NSA, visit www.nuclearassociates.com.
Global Engineering & Technology was founded in 1999 to provide local and private companies advice and assistance in several areas. Its expertise includes streamlining and improving management and organizational processes and analyzing independent and/or integrated policy and procedure. GET also provides safeguards and security support services; computer and cyber security support services; administrative support services; website development for secured information; training and implementing recommended management and organizational improvements and/or programs; and best management practices in addressing management challenges. GET was certified as an
GET was founded in 1999 and certified in 2006 by the Small Business Administration as an
8(a) (Case Number 301281) minority-owned small disadvantaged business. GET is certified under the North American Industry Classification System Code 561990 with a small business size standard of $7M.
For more information about GET, visit www.getinc.org.
JOHNSON CITY, TENN (May 10, 2012) – Nuclear Safety Associates (NSA) and its strategic partner Engineering Planning and Management (EPM) are offering expert instruction on current topics shaping the nuclear energy industry today – and tomorrow.
The companies are currently providing seismic risk seminars designed to prepare all public- and private-sector employees for new requirements in response to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s request for information issued on March 12, in response to the NRC’s Fukushima Near-Term Task Force seismic recommendations. “Introduction to Seismic PRA Methods,” a 1.5-day class focusing on probabilistic risk assessment and its relevance to seismic hazards in the central and eastern United States, is being offered May 22-23 and June 19-20 at the Homewood Suites by Hilton in Bloomington, Minn.
Participants will gain an understanding of NRC requirements outlined in “REQUEST FOR INFORMATION PURSUANT TO TITLE 10 OF THE CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS 50.54(f) REGARDING RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE NEAR-TERM TASK FORCE REVIEW OF INSIGHTS FROM THE FUKUSHIMA DAI-ICHI ACCIDENT ,” as well as learn the background and methodology necessary to meet these expected regulations The course delves into the issues facilities will face under the new NRC standards and will familiarize participants with the terminology and approaches used to determine seismic hazards and risks. It also includes an overview of seismic margins approach, seismic hazard evaluation, fragility methodology and seismic PRA accident sequences and quantification. Attendees will learn about the state-of-the-art methods for performing American Society of Mechanical Engineers’ probabilistic risk assessment standard requirements to satisfy future NRC regulations.
Introduction to Seismic PRA Methods is $1,299, and includes breakfast, lunch, snacks and beverages. A discount is currently available for those who register for the June class by May 22. A special room rate is also extended to class participants.
For more information about the course, registration and a downloadable brochure visit http://www.nuclearassociates.com/what-we-do/courses/
A premier provider of safety, security and engineering services to the North American nuclear markets, Nuclear Safety Associates has consistently made Inc. Magazine’s list of the 5000 fastest-growing companies and top engineering firms in the United States. NSA offers clients turnkey capabilities and expertise to support the entire nuclear facility lifecycle, from conceptual design through construction, operations and, ultimately, to decontamination and decommissioning. The company employs more than 150 highly-skilled engineers, scientists and specialists and offers clients comprehensive services along four business lines: nuclear safety and licensing, readiness assurance and operations management, safeguards and security, and specialized design engineering. For more information about NSA log onto www.nuclearassociates.com
Engineering Planning and Management has provided regulatory compliance strategies and analysis expertise to nuclear power utilities for more than 30 years, and today offers advanced engineering, software systems and risk assessment services to a variety of capital-intensive industries with unique safety challenges. EPM offers nuclear plant operators an exceptional combination of electrical and systems engineering, probabilistic risk analysis, fire protection, containment systems simulation, and software solutions to support the new regulatory focus on severe reactor accidents and their consequences. EPM’s leadership in complex nuclear regulatory compliance challenges is exemplified by its preparation of the first non-pilot plant NFPA 805 Transition License Amendment Request submission to the NRC. For more information, visit www.epm-inc.com.