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Ten Questions for Andy Maner, NISC CEO

Ten Questions for Andy Maner, NISC CEO - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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Ten Questions for Andy Maner, NISC CEO - top government contractors - best government contracting eventIt“™s been less than two years since Andy Maner took the helm of National Interest Security Company, an information technology and mission services provider based in Fairfax, Va. In that short amount of time, Maner has positioned NISC for the greatest possible relevance in two main areas: mission services and information solutions. Recently, Maner shared some of the latest technology solutions afoot at NISC “” its work in document media exploitation and information and mission management solutions “” and how he“™s strengthening the company’s hold in five primary markets: intelligence, homeland security, defense, energy, and federal health/civilian.

NISC is a relatively new player on the information technology front. What challenges have you encountered along the way?

Andy Maner: We’ve set a challenge to constantly differentiate ourselves to our clients and partners. We aim to do this through unique, high-end technology solutions and methods, knowledge of our clients“™ missions, and a highly trained workforce. With that in mind, we’ve chosen to acquire companies that are well established in their markets and have intimate knowledge of their clients“™ missions. For example, NISC Mission Services“™ Energy group, formerly Technology and Management Services, Inc.  (TMS), has been working in the Department of Energy for more than 35 years. We also strive to differentiate ourselves in the quality of our employees by constantly bringing them offline for professional development.
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