Fairfax, VA, November 06, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Information Manufacturing, LLC (IMC), a subsidiary of National Interest Security Company (NISC), was recently awarded a 5 year, $15.5 million dollar contract to provide document processing support to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC). This launches the sixth year of IMC support to the Agency-wide Documents Access and Management System (ADAMS).
“The team at IMC is proud of our work over the past five years assisting the NRC in successfully accomplishing their mission. We look forward to continuing that support for five more years and we appreciate the NRC’s continued confidence in IMC’s performance and capabilities,” said David Grogan, President of IMC.
“IMC maintains a strong record of winning contract recompetitions and expanding business on mission-critical programs by continuously integrating process improvements and driving down costs through operational efficiency and the use of cutting-edge technology,” continues Grogan.
ADAMS is an information system that provides access to all NRC image and text documents made public since November 1, 1999 to include regulatory guides, NUREG-series reports, correspondence, inspection reports, and others documents published by the NRC, NRC contractors, or NRC licensees. IMC’s industry experience, proven record of quality service, and investment and focus on the future of document and records management allows the NRC to leave the task of providing systems that facilitate rapid response to a solid industry partner, while the leadership continues to focus on the core mission of licensing and regulating the nation’s nuclear energy industry and protecting the public.
“As one of the longest standing IT contractors for the NRC, we are proud of the fact that IMC was chosen once again to deliver their value in information conversion and management,” said Andrew Maner, CEO of NISC. “Information Manufacturing is a strong part of the NISC family of companies and enhances our dedication to solving the most difficult and important strategy, program, and technology challenges facing federal agencies today.”
About National Interest Security Company, LLC:
Headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia, NISC is a leading provider of innovative information technology, information management, and management and technology consulting solutions in support of national interest and security initiatives for the Intelligence Community and the Departments of Defense, Homeland Security, Energy, as well as other key Federal Civilian and Federal Health agencies. NISC’s expertise includes software and systems engineering, cyber security, biometrics, document and media exploitation, decision support and portfolio analysis, enterprise architecture, strategic management systems, intelligence operations and analysis support, and network and critical infrastructure protection. Representative missions currently include, but are not limited to, providing analytically-based portfolio and capability prototyping to the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence; conversion, hosting, terascale data management, and multi-lingual data exploitation for the Intelligence Community; application development and systems support to the U.S. Cyber Security effort; critical program management support to the National Cyber Security Division of the Department of Homeland Security; and strategy, assessment, policy, planning, and execution for the Department of Energy. NISC has nearly 1,000 employees, with the majority holding high-level security clearances. Additional information on NISC can be found at www.nisc-llc.com.