VectorCSP: Cost, Schedule & Performance
VectorCSP is a Federal contracting small business based out of North Carolina and with a program office in Washington DC Metro area. We help our nation’s military and government leaders realize the Cost, Schedule, and Performance goals of their organizations through our expert integrated logistics, engineering, training, and strategic program management support.
Our employees represent our core values and work hard every day to make a positive difference for our government customers. Through VectorCSP, they are able to continue to support our country’s most important homeland and defense missions.
Our coastal locations in Elizabeth City, NC and Baltimore, MD provide easy access to all mid-Atlantic client locations and beyond, from Georgia to New York. With employees currently working on government contracts from New Mexico to Maryland and points in between, we have nationwide reach to a network of highly skilled talent with common core values.
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The Intricate World of Industrial Security- What We’ve Learned
By: David Wilson, IT Manager and Facility Security Officer Personnel and cyber security comprise two of the greatest challenges to government contractors, particularly in today’s fluid and volatile Internet climate. Every device, from kid’s toys to watches, computers to porch lights and door locks, is connected, and every point of connection is a potential leak. Security breaches in large companies have exposed massive dumps of data and personal information to the Internet at large, and even those contractors charged with investigating security clearances have not avoided their share of the constant barrage of hacks and threats. At VectorCSP, we’ve learned…Read More
Altruism and Organizational Health
By: Tracy Simmons, Sea Account Program Manager “Not my job.” A co-worker of mine uttered those words to me nearly 20 years ago and they have been indelibly etched into my memory ever since. The co-worker was happily reminding me that their role at the company had recently changed which absolved their obligation to assist me. Hopefully, that sounds as absurd to you as it did (does) to me, but I bet each reader can recall an instance when something similar has happened to them, or maybe they too have been guilty of similar behavior. Although this is an extreme…Read More
Learning from Our Losses
By: Damien Walz, VP of Business Development; Bob Burnett, Director of Oasis PMO, Colleen Young, Proposal Manager; and Tracy Simmons, Sea Account Program Manager If your company actively bids on Federal contracts, you’ve likely lost more than you’ve won. While losses are painful, after the initial sting they provide excellent lessons to those willing to learn them. At VectorCSP, we put our losses under the microscope to determine how we need to adapt heading into our next B&P effort. This blog sheds light on some crucial lessons we’ve learned from losses over the past year. Staffing Our first foray as…Read More
Team Vector Wins AIR 6.6 PMA-271 Contract
VectorCSP and Tekla Research teamed up to win AIR 6.6 PMA-271 contract at Patuxent River. Team Vector will provide Integrated Product Support (IPS) program management and logistics support services, configuration management support, and government furnished equipment (GFE) support in acquisition and sustainment for the life cycle of specified weapons systems, system of systems, its sub-systems and support equipment for PMA-271 E-6B Airborne Strategic Command, Control, and Communications. These services will support logistics, configuration management, and operations.Read More