IBSS awarded NOAA task to provide ocean acidification research to northwest fisheries science center

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Silver Spring, MD January 2021:

IBSS was awarded a Task Order with NOAA’s Northwest Fisheries Science Center (NWFSC) to provide ocean acidification research support.

NWFSC is part of NOAA Fisheries and is responsible for providing science in support of sustainable fisheries and seafood safety, maintaining healthy ecosystems, and conservation of habitats and protected species.

IBSS will deliver services that include:

  • Conducting and analyzing ocean acidification experiments
  • Conducting seawater chemistry analysis
  • Constructing experimental aquaculture systems
  • Analyzing ecosystem research models

As a trusted NOAA partner for more than 20 years, IBSS looks forward to continuing to bring technology solutions to NOAA’s science mission. 

About IBSS
Since 1992, IBSS, a woman-owned small business, has provided transformational consulting services to the Federal defense, civilian, and commercial sectors. Our services include information technology, environmental science and engineering, and professional management solutions. Our approach is to serve our employees by investing in their growth and development. As a result, our employees bring greater capabilities and provide an exceptional level of service to our clients. Our tagline, Powered by Excellence, is a recognition of the employees that make up IBSS and ensure we deliver results with quality, applying industry best practices and certifications. We apply our services, certified ISO 9001:2015, ISO 27001, ISO 20000, and CMMI, to deliver impactful consulting services to our clients.

Frances Royo, IBSS, 24 March 2021. Article.

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