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April 29

New Job Postings

By: Brice Wallwork  on 4/29/2013 11:03 AM

Category: ISIS updates

ISIS is actively seeking candidates for the following positions:

1.  Corrections Subject Matter Expert (SME) Senior Advisor

ISIS is looking for a fluent or native Spanish speaking Senior level Corrections Advisors, Subject Matter Experts (SME) that have a high level of experience in the field of Corrections to provide expert consulting and assistance services for the development, implementation and support of our customers objectives. This position mandatorily requires 3 years of managerial and supervisory experience as a Deputy Warden or Warden. It is preferred that this Senior Advisors SMEs have at least two (2) years of experience working on international corrections issues and reform, including working overseas in the corrections development field; and have experience working or coordinating with other relevant U.S. government agencies (e.g., Departments of Justice and Defense, USAID). This position will be based in Mexico.

Mandatory Minimum Qualifications for all Corrections SMEs:

•           US Citizen

•         Must be able to possess/maintain Moderate Risk Public Trust (MRPT) Clearance

•         Fluent or Native Spanish communication ability (FSI 3/3 proficiency or equivalent rating)

•         Possess a Bachelor’s or higher degree from an accredited college or university in any field with

preference given to degrees in criminal justice, social sciences, accounting, or communications

(Education may be substituted on a year-for-year basis for each year served in U.S. corrections at the

rank of associate/deputy warden (or the equivalent)) but the final call of what does and does not pass

for sufficient experience rests with the Department of State.

•         Graduation from a U.S. federal or state corrections or probation officer academy certified by a POST

commission or equivalent, and of at least 120 hours in length

•          7 years as a corrections officer in the United States, with at least 2 years at the rank of Sergeant or

equivalent.

Individual must have a demonstrated track record of accomplishment in the specific Subject matter requested.

Interested candidates should send resumes to mkesner@isishq.com.

2.  Corrections (SME), Auditing, Mexico City
ISIS is looking for a fluent or native Spanish speaking Corrections Auditing Subject Matter Experts (SME) shall provide technical assistance in supporting, assisting and advising our customer in Mexico in the continuing development and implementation of a National Level Corrections Training Program, as well as assisting in maintaining, developing and implementing professional training standards for corrections staff that meet or exceed international standards.  The Corrections Auditing SME, will assist by advising the required changes to meet the published standards of The American Corrections Association (ACA) each of which applies to a specific kind of correctional facility or program (juveniles, women, men etc.). This position will be based in Mexico.

Mandatory Minimum Qualifications for all Corrections SMEs:

•           US Citizen

•           Must be able to possess/maintain Moderate Risk Public Trust (MRPT) Clearance

•           Fluent or Native Spanish communication ability (FSI 3/3 proficiency or equivalent rating)

•           Possess a Bachelor’s or higher degree from an accredited college or university in any field with

preference given to degrees in criminal justice, social sciences, accounting, or communications

(Education may be substituted on a year-for-year basis for each year served in U.S. corrections at

the rank of associate/deputy warden (or the equivalent)) but the final call of what does and does

not pass for sufficient experience rests with the Department of State.

•           Graduation from a U.S. federal or state corrections or probation officer academy certified by a

POST commission or equivalent, and of at least 120 hours in length

•           7 years as a corrections officer in the United States, with at least 2 years at the rank of Sergeant

or equivalent.

•           Individual must have a demonstrated track record of accomplishment in the specific Subject

matter requested.

Interested candidates should send resumes to mkesner@isishq.com.

3.  Corrections Training (SME), New Mexico

ISIS is looking for a fluent or native Spanish speaking Corrections Training Subject Matter Expert (SME) that will support, assist and advise our customer in the continuing development of a National  Level Corrections Training Academy Program, whose goal is in the creating and maintaining correctional systems that are safe, secure, humane, transparent and conform to internationally accepted standards for correctional institutions. In addition to the general qualifications of a Corrections Training SME below, they shall also have at minimum three (3) years of experience in corrections curriculum development and/or academy administration at an academy that is certified by a POST commission or equivalent. It is preferred that candidates have at least two (2) years of experience working on international corrections issues and reform, including working overseas in the corrections development field. This position will be based in, Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA.

Minimum Qualifications for all Corrections SMEs:

•           US Citizen

•           Must be able to possess/maintain Moderate Risk Public Trust (MRPT) Clearance

•           Fluent or Native Spanish communication ability (FSI 3/3 proficiency or equivalent rating)

•           Possess a Bachelor’s or higher degree from an accredited college or university in any field with

preference given to degrees in criminal justice, social sciences, accounting, or communications

(Education may be substituted on a year-for-year basis for each year served in U.S. corrections at

the rank of associate/deputy warden (or the equivalent)) but the final call of what does and does

not pass for sufficient experience rests with the Department of State.

•           Graduation from a U.S. federal or state corrections or probation officer academy certified by a

POST commission or equivalent, and of at least 120 hours in length

•           7 years as a corrections officer in the United States, with at least 2 years at the rank of Sergeant

or equivalent.

•           Individual must have a demonstrated track record of accomplishment in the specific Subject

matter requested.

Interested candidates should send resumes to mkesner@isishq.com.

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January 08

ISIS Awarded Multiple Contracts

By: Luis Vega  on 1/8/2013 2:34 PM

Category: ISIS updatesContract Awards

In the last six months, ISIS has been awarded a number of new government and business contracts for its security, intelligence, technology and training services. These contracts break down as follows:

ISIS PRIME CONTRACTOR

United States Postal Service (USPS)
This one-year contract with a three-year option calls for investigation services into internal crimes and frauds within the USPS.

Department of State Executive Protection
This multi-year contract encompasses executive protection and armed escort of officials within the border states area.

ISIS SUBCONTRACTOR

Defense Information Systems Agency: Encore II Information Technology Services
A five-year contract with five one-year options, Encore II provides IT solutions for activities associated with intelligence and mission support.

US Department of Defense: Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC)
This one-year contract with a four-year option requires delivering crucial interoperability and operational testing of warfighter, Department of Defense, federal agencies and commercial companies.

US Army Contracting Command: Non-Intrusive Inspection Systems (NIIS)
This three-year contract requires installation, training and maintenance of new equipment onsite in Afghanistan.

State Department WPS: World Protective Services
A one-year contract with a three-year provides for personal protection, static guard and emergency response team security services as needed worldwide for the Department of Defense in critical or higher-than-critical areas.

In addition, options have been picked up on several ISIS contracts, resulting in continued work for the following:

ISIS PRIME CONTRACTOR

ISIS is awarded several multiple contracts for commercial clients in Mexico through the El Paso/Juarez office.

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January 04

ISIS Expands Offices in US, Mexico and Africa

By: Luis Vega  on 1/4/2013 8:24 AM

Category: ISIS updates

ISIS, a leading worldwide provider of security, intelligence, technology and training to government and private enterprise, has expanded its footprint to include new offices in the United States, Mexico and Africa. In so doing, the company is better positioned to serve its three core constituencies: US government contracts, US/Mexico border-state assignments, and mission-critical work in Africa and the Middle East.

Currently, ISIS handles numerous government contracts out of its east coast headquarters in the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington DC. To support these ever growing efforts, the company has added a much-needed office situated along the Virginia beltway near Tyson Corners.

For its security work for companies doing business along the United States and Mexican border and in Mexico and Central America, ISIS has multiple locations. These include the company’s original office outside of Fort Huachuca in Sierra Vista, Arizona, which is now augmented by strategically placed offices in El Paso, Texas and Juarez, Mexico.

Key to the Border States operation is the new ISIS Tactical Training Center, complete with a fully functional Mexican border village. Located 30 minutes outside of El Paso, “The Ranch” provides various government agencies and private companies with invaluable tactical, SWAT, driving, combat medical, weapons and immersion training.

Serving a similar purpose for ISIS clients in Africa and the Middle East is the company’s new office and international staging compound in Kampala, Uganda. With its embassy-like grounds and walled perimeter, the Kampala site is ideal for training and preparation of local, regional and international security forces.

With its new offices and training centers, ISIS now has a strategic presence for all its client geographies, offering government officials and business executives easy access to key personnel and valued expertise.

For information regarding these locations or about ISIS services please contact the following:

Luis Vega / Vice President, Business Development @ lvega@isishq.com
Paul Grimes / Director, Business Development / Africa, Middle East @ pgrimes@isishq.com
Mark Benedict / Director, Business Development / Border States & Mexico @ marcb@isishq.com

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March 04

ISIS Awarded ITSSB contract vehicle

By: Steve Jordan  on 3/4/2011 12:38 PM

Category: Contract Awards

POP: 3 year base + 2 option years

Summary: Provide services and solutions necessary for the Army to satisfy its support of the Army enterprise infrastructure and infrastructure goals with information technology (IT) services within CONUS.

ISIS, in partnership with our Prime contractor, will be competing on task orders to provide services to the U.S. Army Program Management for Computing, Hardware and Enterprise Software Solutions (PM-CHESS) in coordination with the National Capital Region Contracting Center (NCRCC), has a requirement for Information Technology Services – Small Business (ITS-SB). The ITS-SB program will be procured through an Advisory Multi-Step (AMS) Process which is conducted to allow potential offerors to submit qualifying documentation demonstrating their corporate qualifications that will allow the Government to advise them about their potential to be viable competitors for a specific acquisition.

The ITS-SB acquisition will use off-ramp and on-ramp procedures to certify small business participation.

This was a competitive acquisition for the award of multiple Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts, with Cost Reimbursement (CR), Firm-Fixed-Price (FFP) and limited Time and Materials (T&M) task orders. The period of performance is five (5) years and was awarded on February 15, 2011.

This contract vehicle will continue to provide valuable support to DOD and other federal agencies with the following technical task areas: Research and Development; Technology Insertion, Systems Integration and Systems Engineering; Software Engineering; Software Quality Assurance; Modeling & Simulation; Software/Firmware Installation; Hardware; Test & Evaluation; Certification; and Studies & Analysis (other than R&D).

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March 04

ISIS Awarded MSCOE contract vehicle

By: Steve Jordan  on 3/4/2011 12:37 PM

Category: Contract Awards

POP: 1 year base + 4 option years

Summary: ISIS, in partnership with our Prime Contractor, will be competing on Tasks and Services for the MANSCEN SUPPORT SERVICES CONTRACT:

This contract will provide general technical, analytical, and operational support for the U.S. Army Engineer School; the U.S. Army Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear School; the U.S. Army Military Police School; and the Maneuver Support Center in critical lessons learned training, simulations, and doctrine updates for Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine, Coast Guard, and Homeland Security services.

It will require support in relation to the following task areas: doctrine and training development, training force modernization, general test and evaluation, simulations and analysis, and geospatial. Subject matter proficiencies below may be required, but are not exclusive: chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive operations; weapons of mass destruction; hazardous materials; combat engineering; improvised explosive devices; mine countermine technology; robotics, explosive and mine search dog operations and training; military police operations; non-lethal weapons; protective services and evasive maneuver training; military simulations; doctrine, organization, training, materiel, leader development, personnel, and facilities (DOTMLPF); geospatial terrain and visualization technology; truck driving instruction; and heavy construction equipment operation and maintenance.

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March 04

ISIS Awarded NAS Mexico contract vehicle

By: Steve Jordan  on 3/4/2011 11:45 AM

Category: Contract Awards

POP: 1 year base + 4 option years

Summary: ISIS, in partnership with our Partnered Contractor, will be competing on Tasks and Services for the Narcotics Affairs Section – Department of State – Mexico City:

This contract will provide general technical, analytical, and operational training support to NAS – Mexico City which will include:

1.     Standard instruction curriculum and customized technical assistance

2.     Training delivered at venues identified  by NAS Mexico City

3.     Curriculum development, course materials, and language services for any training-related task order.

4.     Provide subject matter experts, instructional design and adult learning specialists to develop, rewrite, or revise NAS Mexico City training curricula

5.     Provide translation, interpretation, and publishing services

6.     Customized technical assistance training in compliance with NAS Mexico City curriculum

7.     Provide facilitators and technical subject matter experts for courses, special programs, advanced consultations, assessments, and capacity building activities

8.     Provide all personnel, logistics support, equipment, tools, and materials not specifically indicated as “Government-Furnished” or described herein as government furnished equipment, property, or services

9.     Provide experienced personnel who possess the qualifications required for performance

10.   Provide program management, operations and staffing, quality control, export compliance, procurement, and logistics

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March 04

ISIS Awarded CJPS contract vehicle

By: Steve Jordan  on 3/4/2011 11:43 AM

Category: Contract Awards

POP: 1 year base + 4 option years

Summary: ISIS, in partnership with our Prime Contractor, will be competing on Tasks and Services for the Criminal Justice Program SERVICES CONTRACT:

This contract will serve as a key vehicle for INL in implementing civilian police (CIVPOL) and criminal justice assistance programs overseas, both as contributions to broader international peacekeeping missions (i.e. “multilateral missions”)and as stand-alone U.S. missions (i.e. “bilateral missions.”)  This contract builds on a similar outgoing INL contract and incorporates evolving U.S. requirements and methodologies in the field of international civilian police and criminal justice assistance.

For multilateral missions, INL provides – or “seconds” – U.S. civilian police and criminal justice personnel to a larger mission which has operational control.  This contract will serve as a mechanism for providing such personnel and supporting them in country as required.  Multilateral missions draw their mandate and authorities from UN Security Council resolutions and/or other international bodies.  Direction of such multilateral missions (including goals, areas of focus, timelines, and operational considerations) is handled by the relevant multilateral entity to which the U.S. support personnel, such as the UN, EU, or OSCE.  These multilateral missions may be focused solely on providing civilian police officers who provide law and order training or serve as law enforcement officers.  They may also focus solely on reform and development of criminal justice systems including the police, prosecution, defense, judicial, and corrections services.  Increasingly, such multilateral missions provide a combination of the above.  As a contributor to such missions, the U.S. (i.e. INL) plays a supporting role, not an operational leadership role. ​

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August 10

ISIS awarded SITE contract vehicle

By: SBISITE\jon21  on 8/10/2010 9:50 AM

Category: Contract Awards

Solutions for the Information Technology Enterprise (SITE) contract establishes an acquisition framework for delivering Information Technology services & capabilities that will support the global intelligence and C2 assets vital to the security of the United States. SITE, an Indefinite Delivery/ Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract, will provide receptive, adaptive, and timely solutions for organizations to satisfy current and future information technology requirements. Support requirements range from per call and “on-call” to full-time attendant support at sites around the world, including locations considered high risk, crisis/danger areas.

ISIS, in partnership with our Prime contractor, will be competing on task orders to provide services to the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) SITE.

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August 10

ISIS Awarded R23G contract vehicle

By: SBISITE\jon21  on 8/10/2010 9:45 AM

Category: Contract Awards

ISIS, in partnership with our Prime contractor, will be competing on task orders to provide services to The U.S. Army Communications and Electronics Command (CECOM)  for Rapid Response to Critical System Requirements (RRCSR) Support. This requirement is also known as the Army’s CECOM Rapid Response 3rd Generation program, R23G.

This was a competitive acquisition for the award of multiple Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts, with Cost Reimbursement (CR), Firm-Fixed-Price (FFP) and limited Time and Materials (T&M) task orders. The period of performance is five (5) years and was awarded on July 30th, 2010.

This contract vehicle will continue to provide valuable support to DOD and other federal agencies with the following technical task areas: Research and Development; Technology Insertion, Systems Integration and Systems Engineering; Software Engineering; Software Quality Assurance; Modeling & Simulation; Software/Firmware Installation; Hardware; Test & Evaluation; Certification; and Studies & Analysis (other than R&D).

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March 25

ISIS Awarded GSA IT Schedule 70 contract

By: SBISITE\jon21  on 3/25/2010 4:57 AM

Category: Contract Awards

On March 24, 2010, the General Services Administration (GSA) awarded ISIS the IT Schedule 70 contract which provides Information Technology Professional Services.   ISIS is proud to have established this long-term relationship with the GSA. The IT Schedule allows for fast, flexible, cost-effective procurement solutions that allow customers to meet acquisition challenges in a streamlined fashion.

The following services can be purchased through www.gsaadvantage.gov (contract# GS-35F-0338W):

  •  IT Facility Operation and Maintenance
  •  IT Systems Development Services
  •  IT Systems Analysis Services
  •  Automated Information Systems Design and Integration Services
  •  Programming Services
  •  IT Backup and Security Services
  •  IT Data Conversion Services
  •  Computer Aided Design/Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) services
  •  IT Network Management Services
  •  Creation/Retrieval of IT Related Automated News Services, Data Services, or
  •  Other Information Services (All other information services belong under Schedule 76)
  •  Other Information Technology Services, Not Elsewhere Classified

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