National Security Technologies and WSI Nevada Team employees have come together once again for the Southern Nevada and Nye County communities. More than 25 barrels overflowing with toys and 86 bicycles were donated this year to the Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program.
A part of NNSA’s Small Business Week, today’s profile highlights Delta Research Associates, Inc., a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, is a federal government contractor located in Alexandria, Va, Since 1988, DRA has provided management, organizational, administrative and analytical support to federal agencies. DRA’s management has an average of more than 30 years of experience supporting federal organizations. DRA has more than 100 employees who support services in locations throughout the Continental U.S.
DRA has provided policy support, performance plans, and job descriptions for federal staff both at Albuquerque and at NNSA headquarters. DRA also supports the DOE Office of Intelligence and Counterintelligence, enabling DRA to be cited by the Federal Times as one of the top fifty intelligence services contractors to the federal government.
One customer of DRA said, “Services provided by DRA staff meet specifications and measures up to commonly accepted technical and professional standards. Very little government technical direction is required to solve problems that arise during performance. On-site support provided outstanding support to ensure success of monthly HQ AFP.”
A part of NNSA’s Small Business Week, today’s profile highlights Vector Resources, Inc. (VRI), a woman-owned small business, which provides NNSA with project management, engineering, quality and safety services, performance assurance, and business process improvement across the full spectrum of DOE mission areas including energy, defense programs, science, security, and environmental management.
Vector has extensive experience in the assessment of nuclear projects for quality, regulatory and safety compliance, and cost and schedule performance. Vector has worked closely with NNSA and its sites in addressing the technical and management aspects of several nuclear weapon and environmental related projects as well as the stockpile stewardship and defense science programs and campaigns. Vector has also performed work involving enterprise management and integration; project and construction management; portfolio analysis; programming, planning, budgeting, and evaluation (PPBE) process; governance transformation; line oversight; contractor assurance systems; and performance measurement systems. In addition to NNSA, VRI has supported various other DOE offices and programs including Science, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Civilian Radioactive Waste Management, Environmental Management, and Management and Administration at Headquarters and field locations.
“We are proud of our contributions to NNSA mission success including performance assurance, workforce development, science and technology advancement, improvement in quality assurance and nuclear safety, improvement in program and project management, resource optimization and cost savings, and facilitation of enterprise performance,” said, Stephanie Weisband, President/CEO of Vector Resources, Inc.
NNSA announced Monday that it distributed more than $362 million in small business obligations for federal prime contracts in fiscal year 2011. NNSA surpassed its departmental small business goal by 27 percent in fiscal year 2011.
To highlight the success of its small business program, NNSA has launched the third annual “NNSA Small Business Week.” This week, NNSA is featuring a different small business of the day on the NNSA Blog.
Today’s profile highlights Container Technologies Industries, LLC (CTI), a Small business located in Helenwood, Tenn. Since December 1999, CTI has provided the nuclear industry with many types of products, including containers for the storage, transport, and disposal nuclear waste.
CTI has supplied Y-12 with shipping containers for the past three years and have supplied Y-12 in excess of 1670 containers with no rejections for quality issues.
“B&W Y-12 treats small business as an important partner. CTI is fortunate to have a long standing relationship with Y-12,” said Steve Fielden, president and chief operating officer of CTI.