NRC Picks PPC for Emergency Response Data System O&M Support; Paul Strasser Comments

Paul Strasser
Paul Strasser

Project Performance Company, a Virginia-based management and technology consulting firm, will provide management, operations and upgrade services for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission‘s Emergency Response Data System under a five-year, $4.5 million contract.

The company said Friday it will work with partner OSIsoft to continue their software development, cybersecurity, drills and exercises, program management and O&M support to ERDS.

PPC CEO Paul Strasser added that the team will work to secure and sustain the system’s emergency response services.

ERDS facilitates access to situational awareness data during nuclear plant emergencies and other incidents.

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