E3 Federal Solutions, LLC, a leader in Program Management Support Services to the Federal Government, announced that it has been selected by the Department of Homeland Security, Domestic Nuclear Detection Office (DNDO) to provide administrative support services. This contract continues to extend E3’s presence across DHS and also introduces the DNDO as a new client.
DNDO is the primary entity within the government for implementing domestic nuclear detection efforts for a managed and coordinated response to radiological and nuclear threats, as well as integration of federal nuclear forensics programs. Their mission is to prevent nuclear terrorism by continuously improving capabilities to deter, detect, respond to, and attribute attacks, in coordination with domestic and international partners. E3 and its subcontractor, CTI Resource Management Services, Inc. (CTI), will provide the administrative support resources to support DNDO’s mission.
E3’s administrative support services provide DNDO with highly talented executive-level administrative assistants, facility support, and security staff to service each directorate. As a unified team, support is provided to each Assistant Director (AD) and Principal Deputy Assistant Director (PDAD), as well as individual support across their respective directorates. In addition to handling all administrative, travel, facility and personnel security support, E3 will assist with the planning and relocation of DNDO from its current facilities in Washington, DC to the St. Elizabeth facility within the next three years.
"We are excited for the opportunity to be at the administrative forefront of support to DNDO as they execute their mission of developing the global nuclear detection and reporting architecture," said Martin Mackes, Executive Vice President of Homeland Accounts at E3.