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CTC Affiliate Lands Subcontract for Air Force Industrial Hygiene Support; Jeff Anderson Comments

CTC Affiliate Lands Subcontract for Air Force Industrial Hygiene Support; Jeff Anderson Comments - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Concurrent Technologies CorpConcurrent Technologies Corp. affiliate has received a potential multi-year, $1 million subcontract from BTL Technologies to provide industrial hygiene assistance to the U.S. Air Force.

BTL Technologies awarded the subcontract to Enterprise Ventures Corp. as part of the 711th Human Performance Wing Small Business contract vehicle in support of the service branch's School of Aerospace Medicine, CTC said Wednesday.

“We're excited to work with USAFSAM as part of the Air Force Occupational and Environmental Health Program to protect health while enhancing combat and operational capabilities,“ said Jeff Anderson, managing director of professional services at EVC.

Industrial hygiene professionals at EVC will carry out tasks based on data in the Defense Occupational and Environmental Health Readiness System, which is designed to manage health risk information and medical surveillance recommendations for uniformed personnel worldwide.

EVC will also develop procedures to perform audits on the service branch's environmental and occupational health records as well as provide industrial hygiene training support to the military branch under the contract.

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