|By PR Newswire||
|October 31, 2012 01:33 PM EDT||
ARLINGTON, Va., Oct. 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- To support emergency management and contracting activities in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, ASI Government (ASI) is providing free access to the Hurricane Sandy Emergency Contracting ToolKit as a public service. This toolkit includes a comprehensive guide to emergency contracting, frequently asked questions, step-by-step checklists, and more.
ASI is distributing this toolkit – which also includes policy guidance and emergency contracting resources – to enable federal officials to respond quickly to those in need after the storm. These materials are representative of the type produced by ASI regularly through its Virtual Acquisition Office™ service, which provides federal agencies with guidance and tools to enable them to buy smarter, while engaging in continuous learning.
"ASI has a strong history of providing critical resources in national emergency situations," said Kimberly McCabe, President and CEO of ASI Government. "We are grateful to be able to make this contribution to those public servants ensuring our national safety and security after this historic weather event."
ASI's consultants are also on stand-by to assist agencies with emergency contracting efforts.
For more information on how ASI can help you today, please contact us at 877-982-6826 or at email@example.com.
For more than 15 years, ASI Government (ASI) has provided innovative acquisition, program management, and strategy and organizational performance solutions to a diverse spectrum of federal clients, including civilian, defense, and homeland security agencies. Leveraging unique approaches infused with knowledge, productivity and learning tools – including the Virtual Acquisition Office™, Applied Learning Online™, and Tailored Acquisition Portal™ – ASI delivers experiences that are "Unexpected, by Design." Through a recent acquisition, ASI established its Frontline Solutions Division, bolstering its ability to serve the unique needs of the intelligence community and adding mission support capabilities.
SOURCE ASI Government