PSCI Marks first year in Business

 

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 After being an Air Force Officer, Fortune 500 company manager, and Executive Vice President in three Small to Medium Companies, Tim Brogdon, decided to start h

is own company in 2012.  He named the company PSCI and located it at Stennis Space Center, to take full advantage of the offerings of NASA, other Federal Agencies and the Mississippi Enterprise for Technology (MSET). “Tim has been active in MSET programs for many years in different capacities.  It is great to see him start his own business at this stage in his career and continue to build success,” states Charlie Beasley, President and CEO of the Mississippi Enterprise for Technology.

Tim spent a lot of time during the first year working through the myriad of rules, regulations, laws and completing numerous on-line websites to be authorized to conduct business and to make sure PSCI was primed for growth. After reintroducing, himself to the Stennis community as a new small business, Tim has been successful in closing business opportunities and is looking forward to steady growth entering into his second year.  “One of the things that became very evident is that working with company owner’s is certainly different than being a company owner”, stated Brogdon. 

PSCI provides three primary offerings, Federal Government Service Contracting, Technology Development and Consulting. PSCI has tremendous experience in providing Technical and Business Solutions and Services associated with Federal Government contract activities. Specific knowledge of program and project management, contracts, deliverables, reporting, personnel management, back office requirements and other rel

ated activities for low risk operation on Government contracts. 

States Brogdon, “Federal Government Service Contracting is accomplished on the customer’s timeline and has the most stringent policy and practice activities ranging from accounting, to billing to certifications/authorizations to safety, quality, policies and procedures. Technology Development requires the most emphasis on technical and systems skills and can generally be accomplished with less emphasis on procedural and legal aspects.  Lastly, Consulting is an absolutely satisfying activity, because it’s less structured in compliance activities and much more singularly focused on full customer satisfaction and anticipation and/or reaction to customer needs.”

Just entering into its second year, PSCI is enjoying a lot of consulting activity and has teamed with several large companies and some small companies as a sub-contractor or teammate to support existing projects, evaluate technical innovations and address proposal opportunities.  In addition, PSCI has submitted a technology innovation to NASA and teamed with Proteus Technologies, another small company, on a NOAA SBIR.  “We’re also evaluating numerous technologies for development and/or implementation along with other small companies.  I would like to offer a deep, heartfelt thank you to the PSCI customers and all of those that supported PSCI throughout the first year” says Brogdon. “I’ve been at SSC since 1989 and every year has been an adventure.  The last year has been exciting, humbling, fun, and difficult, a huge learning experience and most of all a blessing.  The first year for PSCI is in the can, now on to the next.”

PSCI is located in the Mississippi Technology Transfer Center/Mississippi Enterprise for Technology (MSET) Incubator Building 1103, Suite 146A. For additional information on PSCI visit www.prosolco.com or MSET at www.mset.org.  

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