FALLS CHURCH, Va. ,— June 19, 2017. SMRC, under 8(a) Joint Venture (JV) Digital Mindtrust (DMT), has been awarded the contract for GSA STARS II IDIQ. This contract under the General Services Administration (GSA), within the Office of Assisted Acquisition Services, will provide Streamlined Technology Acquisitioned Resources for Services (STARS) II Open Season. These services will be carried out for 5 years.
SMRC’s growing IT Division will supply information technology (IT) services, IT services- based solutions, and ancillary services based on best practices from our NOAALink Prime IDIQ. They shall also provide management, supervision, labor, facilities, and materials necessary to perform on a task order basis.
SMRC looks forward to adding STARS II to its portfolio of prime IDIQ contracts. Neelu Modali, SMRC CEO, looks forward to providing his Federal clients yet another vehicle to access our services. “As a graduated 8(a), we continue to find a means for our clients to meet small business objectives while accessing our mature infrastructure and commitment to quality service.”
FALLS CHURCH, Va. ,— June 19, 2017. SMRC is awarded a contract from the National Weather Service (NWS) to aid NOAALink and provide operational support for the Community Hydrologic Protection System (CHPS). These services will be provided for 3 years at the Duty Station of the Hydrology Support Group (HSG), which is also the headquarters of the National Weather Service, located in Silver Spring, MD.
As a prime contractor on our first NOAALINK Task Order Award, SMRC is excited to assist these efforts at the National Weather Service’s (NWS) 13 River Forecast Centers (RFCs) to perform the flood and water resources modeling and forecasting services. The objective of this task it to support and supplement CHPS “help desk” functions performed by the Hydrology Support Group (HSG) in the Office of Central Processing (OCP) Field Support and Infrastructure Team (FSIT).
Specifically, SMRC will be providing services in accordance to the operating plan goal of the NWS to supply constant support to address operational issues related to AWIPS and CHPS hydrologic software at 13 RFCs and 122 WFOs.
According to SMRC CEO, Neelu Modali, this first task order award is an opportunity to show NWS and other NOAA line offices that SMRC truly upholds the NOAALink ideals of serving NOAA needs with cost-effective, enterprise-wide IT solutions, improved service delivery, and program-level requirements insight and management.
STERLING, VA, — May 21, 2015. As a legacy partner of the Department of Commerce (DOC) National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), SMRC is excited to announce its latest contract award providing Project Management Office and Engineering Management Services (POEMS) for the National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS). Under this prime Small Business (SB) contract valued at $10.9M over five years, SMRC will manage all Program Management Office (PMO), Systems Engineering, and Technical Support requirements across NOAA locations in Suitland, Maryland; Wallops Virginia; Fairmont, West Virginia; and Fairbanks, Alaska.
Along with strategic partner, Washington Consulting, Inc.(WCI), our PMO will provide high-quality Program Office Support for the Environmental Satellite Processing and Distribution System (ESPDS); maintain PMO processes and products; and meet mission operational requirements for both Polar-orbiting Operational Environmental Satellites (POES) and Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites (GOES) programs.
SMRC Engineers are responsible for formulating agreements between ESPDS and NOAA offices; maintaining a secure IT environment; and coordinating new work assignment implementation. Additionally, our team will utilize the Product Distribution and Access (PDA) system to fulfill Joint Polar System Satellite (JPSS) needs and develop product generation capability for NPOESS Data Exploitation (NDE) 2.0, Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP), and other research to operations satellite missions.
Over 15 years, SMRC has maintained a true NOAA partnership built on understanding of end users and their mission needs, systems, and processes. “We are excited for the continued opportunity to support NOAA’s unique blend of IT and science requirements, helping to achieve their overarching mission through the highest quality service and stewardship.” says CEO, Neelu Modali.
Sterling, VA., – April, 2015, SMRC has received a new contract to provide Accounting Support Services to the Department of Commerce (DOC) United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO) Office of Finance (OOF) Receipts Accounting Division (RAD). RAD serves as the central coordinator for the USPTO and has a wide range of responsibilities that range from reconciling and depositing of fees to responding to a variety of customer inquiries.
SMRC is responsible for resolving daily invoice payment related issues/problems and communicate with program offices and vendors to troubleshoot complex financial system issues.
SMRC looks forward to expanding its presence at USPTO. According to President, Neelu Modali, “USPTO is a priority customer, and we are happy to expand our services on this second contract supporting the OOF RAD.
Sterling, VA., – April, 2015, SMRC announces its latest contract award supporting the Department of Transportation (DOT) Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center (MMAC) Civil Aviation Medical Institute (CAMI) in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. We are excited to support this new $9 million, 3-year, prime contract award supporting the Aerospace Medical Certification Division (AMCD), which is primarily concerned with the elements that effect the human flight. They set the standard in safety in it Aerospace Medical Certification Program of over 620,000 U.S. pilot holders.
SMRC services include medical application processing, FOIA support, call center services, document preparation and scanning, and mail and distribution services.
Neelu Modali, SMRC CEO is welcoming recent growth through multiple contracts at the MMAC. Neelu says: “we look forward to strengthening relations with FAA CAMI and helping them achieve their goal of aviation safety.
Sterling, VA, April 8, 2014 – The Sixth Annual Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF) Awards have selected S M Resources Corporation (SMRC) as a finalist for Government Contractor of the Year in the $6 to $12 million in revenue category. The awards honor small and emerging companies for exceptional work in the government contracting industry. Winners will be announced on Thursday, May 1, 2014 at the SECAF Awards Gala.
Today, Washington Technology magazine recognized SMRC as one of the region’s fastest growing small-business government contractors in its 2013 Fast 50 list.
In five years, SMRC’s annual revenues increased eightfold from $1.1 million in 2008 to $8.9 million in 2012. SMRC’s annual growth rate of 66.8 percent landed the organization at the number 31 spot on the list. This is the first year Washington Technology recognized SMRC.
“SMRC’s foundation of success is our commitment to clients,” said SMRC President and CEO Neelu Modali. “We are thrilled and grateful to appear on this list with our distinguished peers, especially during tougher economic times.”
Washington Technology serves executives providing professional services to the government sector with reporting on contract news. Published each year, the Fast 50 list highlights and celebrates the growth of small-business contractors in the government market.
Washington Technology’s ranking validates SMRC’s record of revenue growth. Details about SMRC’s ranking can be found on Washington Technology’s SMRC profile page.
In June, the US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce (USPAACC) recognized S M Resources Corporation (SMRC) as one of its 2013 “Fast 50 Asian American Businesses.” The announcement was made at the CelebrAsian Procurement Opportunity Conference in Garden Grove, California.
SMRC President and CEO Neelu Modali attended to personally accept a plaque of recognition and stated, “we are honored to be chosen as a recipient of this prestigious award. This recognizes the success SMRC has experienced and demonstrates our commitment to a long and prosperous future for the company.”
The USPAACC Education Foundation is a non-profit that exists to represent Asian American and Asian American-related groups. Their goal through this award is to recognize and continue to drive Asian American businesses towards goals of economic prosperity and achievement.
Awardees were chosen from a nationwide search for companies with a majority ownership by Asian Americans and at least $1 million in revenue for the previous three fiscal years. Companies were identified from industries including supply chain management; healthcare; professional staffing; food wholesale; IT; environmental; green energy; and media.
Selecting SMRC marks a milestone in the company’s long-standing record of achievement. This is the first time SMRC has received this award.
Ashburn, VA, April 5, 2013 — The U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center (ECBC) in Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD has awarded S M Resources Corporation a three-year, $10 million contract for ongoing environmental, safety, health, and research services.
SMRC has been supporting ECBC since 2011. This contract will enable SMRC to continue its support conducting sample collection analyses, site inspections, and scientific research of chemical and biological agents.
This contract is the first award since SMRC graduated from the Small Business Administration’s 8(a) program. “With SMRC’s long-established expertise in the scientific community, this award marks a new era of growth and maturity in the company,” said Neelu Modali, President and CEO. “By partnering with notable, small and large companies, we honor the promise we make to all our clients, a promise of continuing innovation from the brightest minds in the workforce.”
Ashburn, VA, October 16, 2012 – The U.S. Department of State (DOS) has awarded SMRC a $9,622,974.40 prime contract to provide translation, editing, and original copy writing services. This was an 8(a) Competitive Set-Aside Award. SMRC will support the Bureau of International Information Programs (IIP) for multimedia and print outreach in multiple languages, including Arabic, Farsi, Chinese, Urdu, Turkish, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Russian. The contract covers a base year, plus four option years.
In response to the contract award, SMRC’s CEO Neelu Modali said, “Considering the information being translated directly impacts the success of our country’s foreign policy initiatives, I am pleased the Department of State recognizes SMRC as the company best suited to support this critical mission.”
With the possibility of this contract extending to five years, SMRC will continue being an industry leader in providing language solutions to Federal government clients in need of reliable and accurate long-term support.