Woman-owned minority business to keep government dollars local
ISMSolutions specializes in assessing the health of government and contractor organizations and operations, providing objective solutions and guidance to assist them in delivering quality results safely, consistently, and cost-effectively.
Company founder and president Shirley Olinger said ISMSolutions’ mission is to provide a reliable resource for the government and contractor community locally and nationally.
“We’ve created a highly motivated team of industry professionals with proven track records of obtaining solutions to difficult challenges in complex and heavily regulated work environments,” said Olinger.
The ISMSolutions team includes former federal and contractor professionals with significant nuclear operational experience offering independent consulting services. Olinger said the ISMSolutions business model offers both superior expertise and cost savings to clients because of its low operating costs, a view echoed by former Department of Energy Richland Manager and Battelle senior executive Mike Lawrence. “Shirley has assembled an impressive team of nuclear professionals to provide insightful assessments of nuclear systems and services in a cost effective manner,” said Lawrence.
As federal budget issues increase uncertainty, Olinger believes ISMSolutions is well positioned to allow clients to acquire sought-after services on an as-needed basis to get the job done. Carl Adrian with the Tri-City Economic Development Council (TRIDEC) endorses the company’s approach saying, “Not only does ISMSolutions meet the government’s policy to increase the number of small woman-owned businesses in underrepresented industries, ISMSolutions as a local small business will ensure our federal dollars stay in Eastern Washington.”
Matt Moeller, CEO of Dade Moeller, says, “We are excited to partner with companies like Shirley’s ISMSolutions to help advance the Hanford clean-up. Her passion and commitment to addressing the legacy from the Cold War has always impressed me.”
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