ASM Research a GovStar Award Finalist; John Fraser Comments

John Fraser

ASM Research is a finalist for a SmartCEO magazine award recognizing companies providing products and services to the federal government, the company announced Tuesday.

The company is in the running for the GOVstar award in the technical trailblazer, large category sector for helping the Army run the branch’s training requirements and resource system.

President and Chief Operating Officer John Fraser said the company has helped the Army run the system since its inception.

ASM has won six full-and-open competitive awards over the past three decades, including a recent win of a sole source three-year contract.

More than 46,000 personnel use the system to track training activities of more than 3 million graduates, the company says.

The company has developed a reservation system, web applications and a reporting module.

GOVstar awardees will feature in the October issue of SmartCEO and be recognized at a Oct. 18 ceremony in Washington.

CEO Jeri Lassiter is a recipient of the magazine’s award recognizing female CEOs for mentoring other chief executives, helping place their companies on a path to grow and generating more than $1 million in revenue.

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