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Riverside Awarded ProTech Satellite Contract Task Order for NOAA’s Office of Satellite Ground Systems Administrative Support Services

July 14, 2021

Riverside Technology, inc., a recognized industry leader in the design and implementation of integrated scientific and engineering solutions, has been awarded a ProTech Satellite Domain Task Order contact to provide administrative support to NOAA’s Office of Satellite Ground Systems (OSGS). The broad scope and mission criticality of OSGS’s Administrative Support Services demands specialized management and technical solutions which Riverside and teammate Velos deliver. The Riverside Team provides similar administrative services as well as cutting-edge science and information technology support across other NESDIS offices, enabling us to keep abreast of emerging technologies and obtain insights into the NESDIS technology roadmaps for activities such as artificial intelligence (AI) and cloud migration and inform and train the on-site staff in our applicable capabilities through briefings and newsletters. We look forward to assisting OSGS if they choose to leverage these technologies to support the OSGS mission.

“We are honored to be able to continue and expand our long-standing relationship with NESDIS OSGS,” said Brian Ashe, Riverside President and CEO. “These awards are a testament to the dedication of our highly capable technical staff who have supported the administrative needs of OSGS, and assisted NOAA in forming new intergovernmental, academic and private sector partnerships that ultimately improve both our understanding and predictive capability of environmental phenomena.”

The Riverside Team is well-positioned to provide the full suite of required services on day one. The administrative aspects of any organization are critical to its efficient operation which enables scientific and technical advancements in support of the overall NESDIS mission. “It’s a small but important aspect of the overall ecosystem,” said Ashe. “We hope to help OSGS push beyond simply ‘emerging’ technologies and discover those that will be truly disruptive in terms of enhancing OSGS’s contribution to the overall value stream. It is exciting to imagine where we can be in five years.”