ZAI has been in business since 1977 and has had some of its customers for decades.
ZAI Director of Business Development, Robert Lehman, was recently appointed as the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce's representative for the Fairfax County Information Technology Policy Advisory Committee (ITPAC). As a member of the Committee, Rob will advise the Board of Supervisors and the County Chief Technology Officer (CTO)/Director of the Department of Information Technology on emerging IT trends and on the application of those IT changes to government services, policies, and procedures.
ZAI is ISO 9001:2008 certified, the company announced today. This independent third-party assessment of ZAI’s business management processes further confirms its commitment to quality, continuous improvement; and its attention to customer satisfaction.
ZAI, as part of the Creative Information Technology, Inc. (CITI) Team, was recently awarded the new Chief Information Officer – Solutions and Partners 3 (CIO-SP3) Government Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC). CIO-SP3, sponsored by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC), is valued at $20 billion over a 10-year term.
ZAI is pleased to announce it has achieved and been formally rated at CMMI (Capability Maturity Model Integration) Level 3 v1.3 for Development (DEV) by the Software Engineering Institute (SEI).
In general, the CMMI methodology provides a widely-recognized framework for assessing, evaluating, improving, and implementing processes, as well as developing best practices. Specifically, the DEV constellation, or process area (one of three possible), concentrates on improving the development of product or complex service solutions.
ZAI is pleased to announce that Robert Lehman recently joined ZAI as Director of Business Development. Mr. Lehman has extensive business development and program management experience in both the Defense and Civilian sectors. As ZAI's Director of Business Development, he will lead the company’s efforts to secure new business, penetrate and expand existing markets, and provide strategic analysis of ZAI’s clients and competitors.
ZAI was recently awarded a subcontract to GTI Federal of Frederick, MD to provide programmatic, editorial, course development, delivery, and logistical and program Support to the National Fire Academy (NFA). The NFA is an organizational unit of the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA), which is part of the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The NFA is located on the campus of the National Emergency Training Center (NETC), in Emmitsburg, MD.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) recently awarded ZAI the contract to continue support for the NIH Library. The NIH Library supports the information needs of the scientific, clinical, and administrative staff working at NIH by providing access to print and online collections, and providing support services.
ZAI staff will support the NIH Library by providing onsite support staff for its collection-based services, including document delivery, database record maintenance, acquisition support, and stack management.
ZAI and teaming partner Diamond Solutions, Inc. (DSI) are pleased to announce the award of the Army Integrated Referral Management Appointing Center (IRMAC) contract.
ZAI will act as a subcontractor to DSI. Our employees will provide medical appointing services for the National Capital Region. Staff will work in conjunction with other health care providers, professionals, and non-contract personnel to respond to telephone inquiries from and schedule medical appointments for Army personnel and their families.
ZAI is pleased to announce several recent prime contract and task order wins with the Library of Congress, including the re-compete of ZAI’s work on the Stack Maintenance, Collections Maintenance, and Collections Relocation Programs contract.
Under the Library’s CALM Division, the Stack Maintenance, Collections Maintenance, and Collections Relocation Programs work involves managing the Library’s collections and moving items within the collection, as necessary, across several locations in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.