Award – CNCS Grant Review Support Services

Award Announcement

CNCS Grant Review Support Services

GOH would like to announce the August 2015 award to provide Grant Review Support Services to the Corporation for National & Community Service (CNCS) as a subcontractor to CSRA.

GOH was selected as a subcontractor to CSRA to support the Corporation for National & Community Service (CNCS) Grant Review Support Services contract. CNCS Grant Reviews assess the merits of grants applications based on published selection criteria for each grant competition. GOH will provide administrative, logistical, technical and analytical grant review support services and other grant review-related activities for the competitive grant programs to address core business needs in support of CNCS’s mission.

Award – ED Agency-wide Peer Review BPA

Award Announcement

ED Agency-wide Peer Review BPA

GOH would like to announce the July 2015 award for the U.S. Department of Education Agency-wide Peer Review BPA as a subcontractor to Longevity Consulting.

GOH is pleased to announce the award of a U.S. Department of Education Agency-wide Peer Review BPA to Team Longevity, a partnership between Longevity Consulting, prime contractor, and Guardians of Honor (GOH). Team Longevity has supported ED Peer Reviews since 2013. Peer Reviews provide a competitive and objective evaluation by qualified reviewers for proposed projects that are the foundation for higher-level funding decisions and help ensure that awards are made on a fair and impartial basis. GOH will be providing logistical and administrative support for peer reviews of Department programs.

Award – Navy SeaPort-e

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Navy SeaPort-e

Guardians of Honor, LLC (GOH) Lands Navy SeaPort-e Contract

Navy SeaPort-e

Arlington, Virginia – April 4, 2015 – Guardians of Honor is protecting and advancing the mission of the U.S. Navy through research and analysis, information assurance and technology, management, as well as evaluation excellence.

SeaPort-e is the Navy’s electronic platform for acquiring support services in 22 functional areas including Engineering, Financial Management, and Program Management. Over 2,400 SeaPort-e IDIQ multiple award holders provide services to the Navy Systems Commands (NAVSEA, NAVAIR, SPAWAR, NAVFAC, and NAVSUP), the Office of Naval Research, Military Sealift Command, and the United States Marine Corps.

“Competing for and receiving the SeaPort-e contract is a validation of the aptitude and commitment of the GOH team. We’ve grown dramatically in the past few years due to our success working with federal and state government agencies, and we view the SeaPort-e contract as a tangible opportunity to expand our footprint within the Navy and subsequent DoD entities. This is an exciting opportunity for Guardians of Honor, and we plan to take full advantage of it by bringing our expertise, dedication, and integrity to bear for each engagement under this effort,” said Susan Mitchell, president and CEO of Guardians of Honor.

Guardians of Honor will offer the following functional services under this contract:

  1. Research and Development Support
  2. System Design Documentation and Technical Data Support
  3. Configuration Management (CM) Support
  4. Quality Assurance (QA) Support
  5. Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), andInformation Technology (IT) Support
  6. Logistics Support
  7. Supply and Provisioning Support
  8. Training Support
  9. Program Support
  10. Functional and Administrative Support 11. Public Affairs and Multimedia Support

The Department of Defense awards its SeaPort-e contract to Guardians of Honor, LLC. Under the NAVSEA Warfare Centers Seaport Enhanced (Seaport-e) contract GOH will provide properly vetted, best-value professional support solutions to the Navy and Marine Corps, other

The Department of

Department of Defense (DoD) and non-DoD agencies.

Please view GOH’s Navy SeaPort-e webpage to learn more about SeaPort-e and our specific services. Guardians of Honor, LLC is a multi-million dollar, woman-owned small business operating in the Washington, D.C. metro area since 1997. The company provides strategic Information System (IS) Development, Information Assurance (IA), and Information Technology (IT) Support; Training Support; Program Support; Functional and Administrative Support; and Public Affairs and Multimedia solutions to both the Federal Government and the private sector.

Award – Conference Planning Support

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Conference Planning Support

GOH would like to announce the September 2014 award for the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Conference Planning Support Services.

Conference planning Support

GOH will support the goal of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, Survey & Certification Group, Training Staff (SCG/TS) by providing conference/event planning support services for the Survey & Certification Training Program. Each training event provides CMS regional offices and State survey agencies surveyors with the critical skills that are needed to ensure the health, protection, safety and well-being of beneficiaries.

Award – VCC Program Evaluation

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VCC Program Evaluation

GOH would like to announce the August 2014 award for the Virginia Community College System (VCCS) Program Evaluation in partnership with Westat.

VCC Program Evaluation

GOH and strategic teaming partner Westat were selected to provide comprehensive external grant evaluation services to the twenty three (23) community colleges within the Virginia Community College System (VCCS), their educational foundations, the statewide system office, and the statewide educational foundation. The types of projects, programs, and special initiatives for which the team will provide evaluation services include, but are not limited to: STEM, Health Care, Student Success Initiatives, Workforce Training, Capacity Building, Veterans Services, Achieve 2015 Strategic Plan Goals, RETHINK Reengineering Initiatives, Statewide Adult Career Coaches, Statewide High School Career Coaches, and PluggedInVA. These programs and initiatives receive grant funding from the U.S. Department of Labor, National Science Foundation, U.S. Department of Education, U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Department of Transportation, Ford Foundation, Kresge Foundation, Lumina Foundation, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Award – NSF PAESMEM Records Management

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NSF PAESMEM Records Management

GOH would like to announce the April 2014 award for the National Science Foundation NSF PAESMEM Records Management and Digitization Services.

NSF PAESMEM Records Management

Presidential Awards for Excellence in Science, Engineering and Mathematics Mentoring (PAESMEM) is an honorary awards program recognizing mentoring excellence in STEM. In 2013, nominations for the award were submitted to NSF in email format. The program requires support services to transfer paper documentation to an electronic format for upload to NSF’s electronic jacket system. Documents from the nomination submission and from the implementation of 10 review panels have been produced.

Specific support services for the PAESMEM program include the following:

  • Data entry of nominations into NSF’s electronic systems
  • Tracking and organization of paper nominations and reviews for scanning and filing into appropriate hardcopy jackets and upload into NSF’s electronic systems
  • Scanning nominations into electronic format and into appropriate electronic systems
  • Scanning individual reviews and panel summaries into appropriate electronic systems

Award – FIMA Correspondence Management

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FIMA Correspondence Management

GOH would like to announce the March 2014 award for FIMA Correspondence Management for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Federal Insurance and Mitigation Administration (FIMA) in partnership with Pricewaterhouse Coopers, LLC.

FIMA Correspondance Management

The Federal Insurance and Mitigation Administration (FIMA) administers the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) and is responsible for implementing internal controls processes and tools to support effective business management operations, including correspondence management. The overall objective of this requirement is to improve overall internal controls over the FIMA and NFIP correspondence management and operations.

BMD requires support to assess the internal controls related to FIMA and NFIP correspondence management, which is a critical business function throughout FIMA. This internal control assessment will identify internal control weaknesses and tool opportunities for remediation.

BMD requires support to develop a FIMA-wide correspondence management internal controls process and supporting SharePoint tool. This process will include forms, workflows, views, and reports to ensure that FIMA management can provide oversight of the FIMA correspondence management internal controls and related business management functions.


Award Announcement

NSF COV and Technical Writer Support

GOH would like to announce the August 2013 award for National Science Foundation (NSF COV) and Technical Writer Support services.


The National Science Foundation commissions program reviews by panels of external experts; Committee of Visitors (COVs), to monitor and maintain high program management standards, receive expert guidance and advice to perform as a model organization, and to ensure foundation-wide transparency for the research and education community served by the Foundation. This contract will provide technical writing and editing support services in the development of Final COV Reports.

Award – NSF GS3NA

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NSF GS3NA Conference Management Support

GOH would like to announce the June 2013 award for the National Science Foundation Gender Summit 3 (NSF GS3NA) – North America Conference Management Support.


The National Science Foundation (NSF) Office of International and Integrative Activities (OIIA) will host The 3rd Gender Summit – North America (GS3-NA); an international gender summit to bring together key stakeholders in an effort to make positive change towards greater diversity in the science workforce and greater inclusion of the gender dimension in research content. Past Gender Summits (2011 and 2012), which took place in Europe, have established a better understanding of the importance of addressing gender issues in science as a condition of improved science excellence and creating new markets for science knowledge. GS3-NA will bring together research and policy leaders, gender scholars, scientist and engineers whose work involves the gender dimensions, as well as other important actors who play a key role in shaping the science and innovation systems: research funding organizations, professional academies and associations, science journal editors, industry, and civil society organizations. This summit will deliver concrete roadmaps for these groups of stakeholders to use in their response to the call for action to make positive change towards greater diversity in the science workforce and greater inclusion of the gender dimension in research content; and for advancing gender in science knowledge and in engineering, giving women and men an equal role in research and innovation as co-owners and co-solvers of the grand societal challenges.


Award – LSAMP Digital Library

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LSAMP Digital Library

GOH would like to announce the June 2013 award for the LSMCE BP DL in conjunction with Louis Stokes Midwest Center of Excellence (a National Science Foundation center).

LSAMP Digital Library

This grant represents the first of a three-phase project that will ultimately design and develop a Louis Stokes Midwest Center of Excellence (LSMCE) BP DL of historical program records, such as data, reports, articles, white papers, videos, and publications. The digital repository of historical program records will build the capacity of both the LSAMP grantee and broadening participation communities by increasing the capacity of LSAMP to foster knowledge sharing and promote diversity in STEM fields and careers. The LSMCE BP DL will develop a system for cataloging the documents and information, digitize the entire collection of documents and records, and house them in a searchable digital library. The LSMCE BP DL will also enable broader dissemination of LSAMP outcomes, impacts, and evidence-based best practices by increasing accessibility to this information.