Lunarline Recognized for its Outstanding Technical Support

Lunarline, Inc., a secure solutions provider, received two out of three recognitions at the COMPASS Technical Summit, held in Cambridge, MA on June 17-19, 2008.

 

Lunarline staff Khaled Amro and Christopher Caputo were handed an “Appreciation Award” for their leadership and dedication to the success of the COMPASS program at the Department of Transportation (DOT) Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) as a subcontractor to Wyle. The awards were given to Khaled and Chris by Dr. Hesh Ansari, DOT FMCSA IT Division Chief, and Mr. Edward Dunne, COMPASS Program Manager; before an audience of all COMPASS stakeholders that include FMCSA Management, Volpe, Wyle IS (formerly RSIS), SAIC, NDSU, SUN, IBM and other delegates from various institutions.

 

The Creating Opportunities, Methods and Practices to Secure Safety (COMPASS) program will result in improvements to a broad range of business services for the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) through the use of modern and flexible IT solutions. The COMPASS program is an FMCSA-wide initiative that is leveraging new technology to transform the way that FMCSA does business. The ultimate goal is to implement an information technology (IT) solution that improves the Agency's ability to save lives and improves the safety of commercial motor vehicles. Lunarline is currently playing an intricate role in FMCSA’s SOA efforts.

 

About Lunarline, Inc:

 

Lunarline, Inc. is a Maryland-based, Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). Lunarline, Inc. specializes in Information Security (IS) and Information Assurance (IA), and Systems Integration. Lunarline, Inc. manages, designs, develops, integrates, maintains, audits, protects, documents, and trains the security for systems, devices, facilities, telecommunications, and software throughout the Federal Government and Fortune 500.