Sterling, VA – Strongbridge LLC, a software integrator serving the federal government, has been awarded a three-year $10.6M contract by the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) to provide operations, maintenance, and software development for the Pipeline Data Mart (PDM).
PHMSA is responsible for the regulation of hazardous materials transportation by highway, rail, air, water, and pipeline as set forth in Federal hazardous materials transportation and pipeline safety law. The PDM system serves as a crucial tool for PHMSA’s safety mission by collecting and distributing information on pipeline and hazardous materials (Hazmat) safety.
The Strongbridge team, with more than 20 years of experience supporting the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (USDOT) safety goals, has partnered with long-time PHMSA contractor, GovCIO, to provide this crucial tool for PHMSA’s safety mission. Through this project, the team of Strongbridge and GovCIO will collect and distribute information on pipeline and hazmat safety, and support various activities such as regulation development, enforcement, and immediate response to inquiries from multiple stakeholders.
“We’re excited to begin work with an organization that is as passionate about data as we are,” said Jeff Powell, CEO of Strongbridge. “We look forward to applying our expertise in data management, process, and visualization in order to equip the safety experts at PHMSA with the needed intelligence to ensure reliability of our nation’s critical infrastructure.”
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About Strongbridge LLC:
Strongbridge LLC is a Veteran Owned Small Business providing software development, data management, and modernization services to the federal government. For nearly 20 years, Strongbridge has been a trusted partner to customers across the federal government. An agile organization with the processes of a large business, Strongbridge is committed to offering the expertise of skilled professionals, new emerging technologies, and proven best practices (CMMI and ISO) to connect technology and people securely.
This work was funded in part, under the USDOT/PHMSA. The views and conclusions contained in this document are those of the authors and should not be interpreted as representing the official policies, either expressed or implied, of PHMSA, the USDOT, or the U.S. Government.