Contract Wins

ECS Awarded Prime Contract to Provide Environmental and Professional Support Services for NOAA’s Office of Sustainable Fisheries

FAIRFAX, VA November 28, 2017 – ECS has been awarded a prime contract from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to provide Environmental and Professional Support Services (EPSS) for the Office of Sustainable Fisheries (OSF). Our work at NOAA helps to provide consumers with safe seafood by providing factual, objective information about seafood safety and by supporting programs that manage fish stocks vital to commercial, recreational, and subsistence fisheries. The total potential value of this win is $9.1 million.

The scope of work in this contract includes:
– Data and scientific analysis
– Policy development and legislative analysis
– Strategic planning and outreach
– Web content management
– Training and meeting facilitation
– Grant administrative support

“We are pleased to expand our NOAA profile and bring our current services, such as strategic planning, outreach, and program management to the Office of Sustainable Fisheries,” said ECS Vice President of Science Gustavo Rubio. “We’re also excited to have the opportunity to broaden our scientific offerings by managing and coordinating the activities of a federal laboratory that is on the leading edge of ensuring seafood safety.”

About ECS
ECS delivers complex systems and solutions in cybersecurity, cloud, and critical infrastructure to the Department of Defense, federal civilian agencies, state/local entities, and commercial clients. ECS also provides advanced science and engineering professionals to support programs that directly affect the lives of the American people. Externally assessed at CMMI Level 3, and certified for ISO 9001:2008, ISO/IEC 20000, and ISO/IEC 27000:2013, ECS offers expertise and commitment to quality services that are critical in meeting the missions of our customers. ECS has over 2,000 employees throughout the U.S. and has been recognized as a Top Workplace by The Washington Post for the last four years. For more information, visit www.ecsinnovates.com.