Unissant to Provide Web and Application Support Services to the National Science Foundation
Reston, Virginia, September 20, 2012 –Unissant has been selected by the National Science Foundation (NSF) Information Dissemination Branch (IDB) to manage and operate NSF’s internal and public facing web applications.
NSF provides grants, contracts and cooperative agreements to over 2,000 colleges, universities and other research/education institutions. NSF accounts for about twenty (20) percent of federal support to academic institutions for basic research. It is therefore imperative that NSF’s collaboration environments for internal and external users is operational and provides the required information.
As part of this contract, Unissant will support NSF’s SharePoint 2010 environments as well as the Autonomy IDOL search application.
According to Manish Malhotra, President and CEO of Unissant, “NSF has been at the forefront for implementing tools and technologies inline with release cycles. We are very proud to be part of this mission critical initiative at NSF. Offering CMMI Level 3 processes as well as industry best practices, Unissant brings to NSF our commitment and capabilities to support their mission critical applications.”
Unissant is supported on this initiative by Deloitte Consulting LLP, a company we have been working with for over five years across various initiatives.
Unissant, Inc. is a technology company with domain knowledge and experience in solving challenges facing the governments mission systems. Unissant’s solutions help agencies provide for collaborative solutions, secure information systems and increase operational efficiency and mission effectiveness. Unissant is an 8(a), SDB company, headquartered in the Northern Virginia technology corridor.