Today’s missions are complex, global and subject to continuous change. They require an unprecedented array of specialized services across technical, managerial and administrative domains. Placing this talent where it’s needed, when it’s needed—anywhere in the world—is a key to achieving readiness, resource optimization and desired mission outcomes. This is exactly what AIS Staff Augmentation Services deliver—every time.
The most demanding and specialized knowledge, skills and abilities
Our excellent reputation for the planning, management and deployment of highly-specialized services is the result of our track record of rapidly recruiting outstanding professionals, retaining valuable workforce teams during contract transitions and establishing strong, long-term teaming relations.
In addition to processes and procedures specifically developed to support technical and professional staff augmentation services, AIS offers the following advantages:
AIS has been providing staff augmentation services in support of U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) missions since 2010. We have successfully provided some of the most demanding and specialized skill sets in the world.
AIS supports our Lawrence Livermore National Security (LLNS) customer with Supplemental Labor Personnel. Services include managing and recruiting supplemental labor at LLNL, which comprises exempt and non-exempt job classifications, many of which are highly technical and require individuals with advanced degrees and significant research and development experience. AIS serves the many LLNL directorates by effectively recruiting, managing, and retaining a large, diverse workforce, all within the confines of a classified and sensitive work environment. While most positions are of a scientific or administrative nature, AIS also supports LLNL’s initiative of employing developmentally disabled individuals.
We rapidly respond to both small and large contracts, including those with exempt and non-exempt job classifications. Many of our classifications are highly technical and require individuals with advanced degrees and significant research and development experience within classified and/or sensitive work environments.
AIS supports our Sandia Corporation customer with contract associates (CAs) on an on-call, as needed basis. CAs perform both classified and unclassified work at primary and leased Sandia National Laboratories locations. Services include managing and recruiting, filling requirements for both exempt and non-exempt job classifications, and onboarding of personnel. AIS employs a highly-diverse workforce across multiple SNL directorates.
AIS recently completed over 1,000,000 man-hours of work at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory without a loss-time incident. Our comprehensive safety program meets or exceeds the 10 CFR 851 requirements.
Our excellent .57 EMR rating didn’t happen by chance. This rating reflects a 750+ workforce that supports DOE M&O operations. It’s the result of an intense focus on corporate-wide continuous improvement in which employees feel free to raise concerns without fear of retaliation regardless of whether it is to their own line management or to external regulators. Coupled with our EMR, our company-wide OSHA injury rate data has likewise followed the trend of decreasing metrics.
AIS has also prepared, performed and implemented an Integrated Safety Management System (ISMS) at multiple DOE locations tailoring the program to site-specific work processes and hazards with measurable goals of doing work safely. All work performed is planned and controlled within the assigned scope, risks and hazards involved and associated mitigation strategies. At a minimum, our ISM tools for managing and controlling work:
This rating reflects a 750+ active workforce supporting DOE M&O operations.