ECS has been awarded three task orders to support various technical and research needs for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration National Marine Fisheries Service.
These task orders cover technical and consulting support services; economics and human dimensions program research support services; and video production, photography and digital media support.
“ECS has been a devoted NOAA partner for 20 years,” said ECS Chief Operating Officer John Heneghan. “We are thrilled to continue to support their efforts across a broad spectrum of services, domains, and capabilities, from data visualization and analysis to videos and podcasts promoting the NOAA Fisheries mission.”
Under the task orders, ECS will provide program management support and subject matter expertise to inform NOAA Fisheries resource management. The company will develop decision support tools including bio-economic, cost-benefit, and fisheries economic impact models, as well as communications and outreach materials like videos and podcasts.
“NOAA Fisheries serves a vital mission: to protect and sustain our nation’s fisheries—an invaluable resource that provides food, recreation, and jobs to millions of Americans every day,” said Gustavo Rubio, ECS vice president of science and research.
“We are proud to contribute to their efforts by evaluating recreational fisheries catch data, analyzing the economic impacts of fisheries, and communicating achievements to stakeholders,” he added.