REI to Support EPA’s Small Business Proposal Review Process

REI to Support EPA’s Small Business Proposal Review Process
REI Systems

The Environmental Protection Agency has enlisted the help of REI Systems to assess technology development and commercialization proposals for EPA's Small Business Innovation Research program.

REI said Tuesday it will support the agency in the process of reviewing proposed SBIR Phase I proofs of concept and Phase II submissions that outline how offerors will build systems to support public health and environmental safety goals.

The Sterling, Virginia-based technology services provider attributed its selection for this work partly to the company's user-centered design model focused on peer reviewers, agency personnel and industry participants.

Heather Morgan, an REI program manager, said the company will help the agency merge systems to reduce data entry duplication and adopt cloud-based microservice architectures.

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