NOAA Taps ECS Federal for Environmental, Professional Support Services

NOAA Taps ECS Federal for Environmental, Professional Support Services - top government contractors - best government contracting eventECS Federal has received a potential $9.1 million contract from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to deliver environmental and professional support services to NOAA’s Office of Sustainable Fisheries.

The company said Tuesday contract work covers data analysis, policy development, strategic planning and outreach, training and meeting facilitation, web content management and grant administrative support.

The services will aid OSF’s fishery management programs that aim to increase the safety of seafood consumption.

Fairfax, Virginia-based ECS offers systems and services to defense and federal civilian agencies in the cybersecurity, cloud computing and critical infrastructure areas.

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