On December 18, 2017 NIWC Systems Center Pacific (SSC Pacific) announced that Forward Slope, Inc. (FSI) was awarded the task order to provide staff for Computer, Communications, Command and Control Information Technology (C4IT) engineering planning and support for the Marine Corps Forces Pacific (MARFORPAC) Defense Policy Review Initiative (DPRI) Program Planning Office. This task will include providing DPRI C4IT technical guidance for assigned Military Construction (MILCON) projects starting with the DPRI planning process through to C4IT installation.
FSI’s Vice President of Programs, Mr. Andrew Pidduck stated, “FSI is very excited to provide technical guidance and engineering assistance to SSC Pacific Code H and MARFORPAC in support of Asia-Pacific MILCON projects.”
About Forward Slope, Inc.
Forward Slope, Inc. (FSI) is a technology and services company widely recognized as a trusted and reliable partner. Established in 2002, FSI is a SBA-certified Small Business with a bi-coastal presence. Our success is driven by leadership’s commitment to a customer-driven culture, daily interactions with our clients, creating a strong work environment, and superior technical leadership. FSI has extensive experience providing solutions to complex business problems. We strive to deliver “Best in Class” technology and services solutions while making customer satisfaction the number one priority. FSI delivers products and services for the U.S. government and enterprise customers that routinely exceed expectations. In addition, FSI is an SEI-appraised CMMI Maturity Level (ML) 3 organization and has been selected among San Diego Business Journal's "Fastest Growing Private Companies” and “Best Places to Work.” For more information about Forward Slope, please visit www.forwardslope.com. To follow Forward Slope’s latest news and updates, go to Facebook at www.facebook.com/forwardslope and Twitter at www.twitter.com/forwardslope.
For more information contact:
Mr. Robert Louis Clark, CAPT USN (Ret)
FSI Vice President, Corporate Communications