BRTRC establishes presence in Huntsville, Alabama
Tysons, VA – March 3, 2015 – BRTRC Federal Solutions, a leading provider of defense and intelligence solutions to the government for 30 years, hires manager and opens office to support customers at Redstone Arsenal, Alabama.
Melissa Bullard, APR*, joins BRTRC as a Senior Project Manager. She is a nationally accredited public relations practitioner with over 20 years of experience, including positons working with the U.S. Army and NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center. Ms. Bullard will serve existing clients including the Army Materiel Command (AMC), and help grow the company’s operational advisory practice in the Huntsville/Redstone Arsenal market.
BRTRC’s current clients in Huntsville include AMC Headquarters Office of Public and Congressional Affairs, AMC’s Chief Technology Officer, support to Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center (AMRDEC), and Project Office Close Combat Weapon Systems (CCWS).
"We are pleased to become a part of the Huntsville community and serve both existing and new customers located here,” said Larry McDonald, Chief Operations Officer, BRTRC. “The area is a great fit for BRTRC and offers opportunities for growth and the creation of successful partnerships.”
*Accreditation in Public Relations
BRTRC Federal Solutions delivers integrated solutions in dynamic environments. Focused on the government market, we are experienced, innovative, responsible and energetic. Founded in 1985 and headquartered in Vienna (Tysons), Virginia, BRTRC is a mid-sized Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Level 3 firm with 30 years of experience. Our core business areas include knowledge-based services, operational advisory, cybersecurity, lifecycle acquisition support, change management and business process improvement. BRTRC has offices in Burlington, Massachusetts; Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland; Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri; Huntsville, Alabama; and Warren, Michigan as well as employees OCONUS and in several additional states. To learn more, visit www.brtrc.com.