April 1, 2016 – Integral has begun executing work under its recently awarded Defense Threat Reduction Agency Chemical Weapons Convention Mission Support contract at the U.S. Army’s Pueblo Chemical Depot (PCD) in eastern Colorado. The company has responsibility for providing flexible, integrated mission support services and program management to the escort team mission supporting inspectors with the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons Technical Secretariat. Specifically, Integral provides:
- Escorts who accompany the inspectors on their visits to the Pueblo Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant and the Explosive Destruction System serving the plant, which has been built to safely and efficiently destroy munitions containing 2,600 tons of mustard agent stockpiled at PCD
- Transportation services for the inspectors as they conduct their day-to-day activities
- Continuous lodging services for inspectors during inspection rotations
Under normal expected delivery, Integral’s escorts work 12-hour shifts to provide 24/7/365 coverage. For their part, Integral’s drivers work 9-hour shifts per day to provide 18/7/365 coverage. These services assist DTRA/U.S. STRATCOM Center for Combating Weapons of Mass Destruction’s Chemical and Biological Division of the On‐Site Inspection Department, under the Operations, Readiness, and Exercise Directorate, in implementing Chemical Weapons Convention treaty compliance.
For the contract, which has a 1-year base period and three 1-year option periods, Integral is applying its years of experience in program management and business operations services, including technical, engineering, and scientific support to the Department of the Army Chemical Materials Activity for all current non-nuclear treaties and agreements, with specific emphasis on implementation of the Treaty on Open Skies and Chemical Weapons Convention. Integral has partnered with Analytic Services, Inc. (doing business as ANSER), an independent not-for-profit public service institute with specific capabilities in operations analysis and policy and mission support.
In announcing the start of work at PCD, Integral President and Chief Executive Officer Renu Johri said, “We are proud to support the mission to safeguard America and its allies from weapons of mass destruction, and are committed to assisting DTRA in achieving its objectives at Pueblo.”
Headquartered in Gaithersburg, Maryland, with offices in Charlottesville, Virginia, and Aberdeen, Maryland, Integral is a SBA-certified economically disadvantaged woman-owned small business. The company provides a variety of IT and identity intelligence solutions to help make the world safer and more secure by defending against terrorism and protecting against cyberattacks. Integral has more than 12 years of experience with delivery of real-time solutions and support in identity intelligence, multimodal biometrics, information assurance and cybersecurity, human and open-source intelligence analysis, application development, IT service management, and program management. The company has institutionalized its processes to apply proven experience and lessons learned to successfully implement projects on schedule and budget and with the highest quality, regularly exceeding customer expectations. Integral is an ISO 9001:2008, an ISO 20000, and a CMMI Level 3 certified company, and has a Defense Contract Audit Agency approved accounting system.
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