The SI Org., ISYS Partnering in DHS Mentor-Protege Program

The SI Organization and Colorado-based ISYS Technologies have signed a mentor-protege agreement, where The SI will work with ISYS to develop its engineering and methodologies and administrative processes.

Through the Department of Homeland Security‘s Mentor-Protege program, the SI will also help ISYS position itself to compete for federal prime contracts during the three-year partnership.

ISYS, a woman-owned small business led by CEO Teresa Porter, received the Defense Department‘s Nunn-Perry Award in 2011.

In 2010, the company received a Small Business Administration award as Small Business Subcontractor of the Year for the agency’s REGION VIII.

Recent GovCon mentor-protege coverage:

Share this story...Tweet about this on Twitter1Share on LinkedIn0Share on Facebook0Share on Google+0Email this to someone
Filed in: News Tags: , , ,

You might like:

WidePoint Subsidiary Gets DHS Task Orders for Managed Mobility Services WidePoint Subsidiary Gets DHS Task Orders for Managed Mobility Services
General Dynamics Distress System Figures in USCG Search, Rescue Missions General Dynamics Distress System Figures in USCG Search, Rescue Missions
Knowledge Consulting Group Wins $29M Task Order Contract for DHS CDM Program Knowledge Consulting Group Wins $29M Task Order Contract for DHS CDM Program
Jeh Johnson: DHS Shutdown Would Hurt Agency’s Suppliers, Service Providers Jeh Johnson: DHS Shutdown Would Hurt Agency’s Suppliers, Service Providers
© 7948 ExecutiveBiz. All rights reserved.