Author: Michelle Chernicoff
Answer the roll call!
Twelve Cadets will be falling in for the annual ROTC Biometric and Forensic Internship this summer. Learn how you can help support this unique training opportunity.
New partnership expands NFSTC’s connection to veteran workforce
NFSTC announces its partnership with Global SOF Foundation. The move will allow the Largo-based not-for-profit direct access to not only a database of qualified veteran employment candidates, but also a vast network of companies dedicated to the Special Operations Forces (SOF) industry.
NFSTC adopts new management system to strengthen customer support
NFSTC raises the bar with the recent implementation of Deltek Costpoint system, allowing the organization to continue to provide high quality contract commitments while streamlining projects.
NFSTC joins JANUS Research Group to support Army Expeditionary Forces
The National Forensic Science Technology Center (NFSTC) has been selected to work with JANUS Research Group, Inc. (JANUS) on a 5-year, $800 million multiple award Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract supporting Army Expeditionary Forces. Read More…
Another successful Science Festival in the books
NFSTC staff and students from the Pinellas Park High School Criminal Justice Academy rolled up their sleeves for the fifth annual St. Petersburg Science Festival. Children were lined up waiting to get inside the “CSI: Largo” tent where they could test out their fingerprinting, chromatography and ALS skills. Read More…