mission

Exercise Planning & Execution

Provide planning, coordination, execution and assessment expertise.

GEOINT Standards & Policy

Provide expertise in all GEOINT data domains.

ISR Interoperability

Provide the full gamut of expertise in areas affecting interoperability achievement.

WiSC's mission is to provide objective planning, professional analysis, and strategic recommendations that demonstrate our enhanced service capabilities, knowledge of interoperable solutions, experience with streamlined processes, and commitment to reduced life-cycle costs to our worldwide customers, partners and communities.

 

WiSC's Goal: To enable tactically scalable, capability-based interoperability to achieve transparent information and intelligence exchange.

 

WiSC's program support includes: planning, set-up, execution, and reporting for major ISR events such as Enterprise Challenge, Technical requirements and GEOINT standards insertion into the acquisition process, identification of metadata requirements for a given sensor and capability; development of standards, implementation profiles, SI/SETA support for the management and execution of projects, programs, ACTDs, JCTDs.

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WiSC Management

WiSC management operates with a clear vision to enable worldwide interoperability of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance data.

 

Our Mission is to provide objective analysis and recommendations to customers worldwide that demonstrate enhanced capabilities, interoperable solutions, streamlined processes, and reduced life-cycle costs.

 

We believe we have assembled the best team possible to meet these objectives.

WiSC Expertise

WiSC personnel are recognized ISR Interoperability experts, folks with significant Experience (25+ years average), Knowledge (71% with advanced degrees), and Skills (commensurate tools and methods proficiency). As such, WiSC is able to provide our customers the 3 following Core Service Support Areas of Expertise:

 

- Exercise, Test & Experiment Design, Planning, Coordination, Execution & Assessment

- ISR Interoperability SETA

- GEOINT Standards and Policy Development

WiSC Community Service

WiSC employees are good neighbors. Each employee, in their respective communities, contributes to the betterment of their neighbors whether it be in the schools, places of worship, or main street. Individually, and collectively, they support mentoring and tutoring programs, food and clothing collection and distribution, and a myriad of other charitable and care-giving activities. WiSC directly supports them in these endeavors at every turn.

WiSC Privacy Policy

You take online privacy seriously, and so does WiSC Enterprises. It's our way of sustaining your trust in WiSC Enterprises as well as in our services. You should know that we do not disclose any personal information to any third party for any reason unless you have instructed us to do so.

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WiSC Completes Purchase of SeiCorp, Inc.

Bill Craig, President and CEO of WiSC, announced today that WiSC Enterprises was pleased to complete the novation of SeiCorp, Inc. "This is a Win-Win situation for WiSC, SeiCorp, our customers and our partners! I am extremely pleased we were able to bring on the entire company, in-tact."

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Small Business Development Consortium reaches 100 membersToday WiSC announced an important break-though in the Small Business Development Consortium when it reached 100 members.  According to Bill Craig and Jerry Nepodal, "This confirms there is substantial interest in an organization like SBDC which can bring competing companies together for a common goal."Read More >>

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WiSC is customer focused and employee centric. We exist because of our customers. We succeed because of our employees. We are dedicated to our position as an engineering and technical service provider of choice with our customers and a teammate of choice with our business partners. That means being surrounded by bright, interesting people working together on new and exciting projects.

 

WiSC is committed to an environment that is free from discrimination and harassment. WiSC provides equal employment and advancement opportunities for all employees regardless of a person's race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, military status, gender or any other protected category.

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WiSC Partners - Small Business Development Consortium

Provide planning, coordination, execution and assessment expertise.

WiSC is a leader and trusted partner in the small business community and has worked hard to establish and nurture mutually benefitting relationships with over 100 fellow small businesses by proactively engaging prospective team mates and actively participating in associations and consortiums. We recognize the broader and deeper capacity and capability to be gained by marshaling highly complementary expertise and perspectives with fellow small companies and forming teams to pursue customer opportunities and support their mission needs.

In October 2012, WiSC established, and now leads the “Small Business Development Consortium” whose purpose is to “establish a formal, small business consortium that richly represents the membership’s individual and collective capacity to support multiple Federal Government mission needs.” The Consortium’s goals are to: 1. Identify and understand fellow small businesses desiring Federal Government contracts2. Develop and maintain a small business opportunity common operating picture3. Influence and increase Federal Government small business procurements4. Achieve Consortium critical mass membership5. Share small business best practices In 9 short months, the SBDC has grown from 35 initial members to now over 80 companies. We have developed a full information package of our individual and collective capacities and capabilities to support Federal Government Mission needs, and have initiated multiple activities which directly support our goals. Additionally, we are forging relationships with other business associations and consortiums so as to create an even greater critical mass of small business responsiveness. To learn more, visit the SBDC website at http://www.smallbusinessdc.org For further information on the Consortium please contact Jerry Nepodal via Email: ToServe@verizon.net

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WiSC Management

WiSC management operates with a clear vision to enable worldwide interoperability of Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance data.

 

Our Mission is to provide objective analysis and recommendations to customers worldwide that demonstrate enhanced capabilities, interoperable solutions, streamlined processes, and reduced life-cycle costs.

 

We believe we have assembled the best team possible to meet these objectives.

 

William (Bill) S. Craig

President

 

Bill has been part of the Intelligence Community (IC) for nearly 30 years. He began his career as a Russian linguist in the Air Force in 1979.

 

Bill was fortunate enough to be selected for the Airman Education Commissioning Program in 1986. After selection to AECP, Bill and his family were transferred to Tempe, Arizona, where Bill attended Arizona State University and received his B.S. in electrical engineering in 1989. Bill’s next stop was Officer Training School (OTS), later assigned to the Foreign Technology Division (FTD) at Wright-Patterson, AFB. After several years at FTD, Bill was selected by National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) for a Master program at the University of Michigan. Bill graduated from Michigan in 1992 with a Master’s degree in electrical engineering. The family’s next assignment was to Northern Virginia, where Bill worked for the NRO from 1992 – 1998.

 

Bill retired from the Air Force in March of 1998 and began his civilian contracting career with SeiCorp, Inc. Bill left SeiCorp, Inc. in August of 2008 to start WiSC Enterprises.

 

 

Daniel G. Behne

Director of Finance

 

Dan is a senior acquisition and contract management expert with over 26 years of Federal Government and private industry experience in all facets of the acquisition lifecycle for major systems acquisitions, research & development and support service programs (classified and unclassified) for the aerospace and defense industry, particularly the Intelligence Community. He possesses in-depth knowledge of the FAR, DFARS, NAM, CCM, and other applicable Federal Government toolsets, regulations, acquisition and contracting policies, procedures, and practices necessary to formulate, facilitate, coordinate, and gain approval for integrated acquisition strategies for major systems acquisitions and programs.

 

Among his many accomplishments, he served as the Chief of Contracts Management and Acquisition Policy for several U.S. Federal Government Agencies as well as Vice President, Contracts & Procurement for ManTech International and Director of Contracts, Pricing and Procurement for Northrop Grumman in the aerospace and national defense sectors. Dan’s extensive experience spans a broad spectrum of acquisition strategy & planning, source selection execution and support, pricing and cost strategy & analysis, contract policy and administration, property administration, accounting, oversight and compliance, through final contract close-out for a wide range of programs—aircraft and supporting systems; space systems with associated ground control programs and operations; and highly classified intelligence gathering and supporting systems.

 

Dan earned a Masters of Business Administration and Bachelor of Science degree in management.

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Work Environment

Provide planning, coordination, execution and assessment expertise.

WiSC is customer focused and employee centric. We exist because of our customers. We succeed because of our employees. We are dedicated to our position as an engineering and technical service provider of choice with our customers and a teammate of choice with our business partners. That means being surrounded by bright, interesting people working together on new and exciting projects.

 

WiSC is committed to an environment that is free from discrimination and harassment. WiSC provides equal employment and advancement opportunities for all employees regardless of a person's race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, military status, gender or any other protected category.

 

 

Philosophy

Develop a virtual large company capacity with small company costs and scalable, flexible, responsive surge capability to meet customer needs by ensuring an effective internal infrastructure, building relationships with both large and small companies, and establishing a significant virtual bench of signed contingent hire personnel, and above all, employing highly capable staff.

 

Integrity

Integrity is an essential component of WiSC values. It is how we conduct ourselves and how we do business. While some businesses prize results over ethics, we value both equally. WiSC believes that how you do something is as important as what you do.

 

Flexibility

The WiSC work environment is one of both independence and team; with excellence, exceeding customer needs and expectations is the norm. We offer employees flexible work arrangements to include compressed workweeks and daily flexibility, consistent with customer requirements. Our managers are supportive of both individual needs and personal and professional growth. Naturally, the passion that our people bring to their work extends to their own private worlds, and WiSC is committed to enabling a healthy balance between the two. WiSC encourages our people to meet their work commitments while balancing their own life responsibilities.

 

Customers

WiSC offers challenging and engaging opportunities and as a contractor to the U.S. federal government, we provide services to several U.S. government agencies, including the Department of Defense, NSA, NGA, NRO, the Department of Homeland Security.

 

We hire exceptional people and invest in their growth. WiSC has a culture of learning, designed to enable employees to grow their personal capabilities and reach their full potential. We give you the opportunity to work with intelligent, dedicated people. Challenge yourself, and grow.

 

Join WiSC to help us grow our position as an engineering and technical service provider of choice with our customers and a teammate of choice with our business partners. Entrepreneurial spirits are welcome; opportunities to contribute to business planning and growth are available.

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WiSC Partners - Large Business

Provide the full gamut of expertise in areas affecting interoperability achievement.

WiSC has developed a virtual large company capacity with small company costs and scalable, flexible, responsive surge capability to meet customer needs by ensuring an effective internal infrastructure, building relationships with both large and small companies, and establishing a significant virtual bench of signed contingent hire personnel, and above all, employing highly capable staff. Our management team and all employees are committed to this core corporate objective.

expertise

WiSC Expertise

WiSC personnel are recognized ISR Interoperability experts, folks with significant Experience (25+ years average), Knowledge (71% with advanced degrees), and Skills (commensurate tools and methods proficiency). As such, WiSC is able to provide our customers the 3 following Core Service Support Areas of Expertise:

 

- Exercise, Test & Experiment Design, Planning, Coordination, Execution & Assessment

- ISR Interoperability SETA

- GEOINT Standards and Policy Development

 

The following is just an example listing of the specific service activities we provide our customers.

Technical requirements & standards insertion into the acquisition process for current and sensing data collection systems (e.g. motion imagery, electro-optics, hyper-spectral, multi-spectral, thermal, infrared, and Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR), and Overhead Persistent Infrared (OPIR))

Identification of data & metadata requirements for a capability; development of standards and implementation profiles

Planning, set-up, execution & reporting for major ISR events in support of conformance, performance and operational testing; such as:

Empire Challenge 2004-2011 (NGA & JFCOM)

NGA’s Limited Objective Events (2008 – Present)

NGA-lead Enterprise Challenge (2012 and beyond)

SI/SETA support for the management & execution of projects, programs, JCTDS, etc.

Engineering Services

Strategic Planning for Technology Programs/Activities

Concept Development & Requirements Analysis

System Design, Engineering & Integration

Test & Evaluation

Acquisition & Life Cycle Management

Enterprise Architecture

employee benefits

Exceptional talent is often drawn to small companies because of the challenging work and high caliber of fellow employees that they will encounter. They know that customers often go to small companies to solve hard problems. Additionally, they desire the more liberal, independent, and entrepreneurial culture that small companies often provide. The rewards are often commensurate with these cultural elements and reflect the market value our customers place on these attributes. People are our most important asset, and WiSC, therefore, offers a competitive package that includes:

 

 

• Highly Competitive Salary

• 120-160 hours/Year PTO (based on labor category); bankable up to 320 hours

• 40 hours sick leave; unlimited banking

• 10 Federal Holidays

• 401K with large number of mutual fund investment options; 3% company non-matching contribution (Safe Harbor)

• Access to Personal Financial Planner

• Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance provided; premiums are paid by company

• Life Insurance; $50K provided by company; additional coverage is available, with no proof of insurability required, at employee expense

• Long and short term disability insurance provided to employees

• AD&D Insurance available through CIGNA for employee and family

• Flex Spending Account (FSA) available

• Laptop provided

• Smart Phone monthly service contract paid for by company

• Free Legal Service

• Paid twice/monthly (15th and 30th/31st); flex hours over each 2 week pay period

• UNANET timekeeping; easy to use

community service

Bite Me Cancer supports and inspires teenagers battling cancer and also raises research funds and awareness for Thyroid Cancer, the fastest growing cancer in the United States for both men and women. “Our mission is to fight cancer through research, education and inspiration. Attitude is everything; join us,” says Nikki, founder of Bite Me Cancer. Nikki was diagnosed with thyroid cancer when she was 17 years old and formed Bite Me Cancer 5 months later.

When Nikki was diagnosed, she didn’t find any support specifically for teens with cancer, so she had Bite Me Cancer design a “teen support bag” that contains items specifically chosen for teenagers. These special bags are now being distributed to more and more hospitals and nonprofits across the country. Bite Me Cancer is also expanding its services for teenagers with cancer, including a private Facebook group so they can share their feelings and experiences (Bite Me Cancer Cares).

 

Also when Nikki was diagnosed, thyroid cancer was already the fastest growing cancer in the country, but it wasn’t receiving much attention. Bite Me Cancer has been raising research dollars and awareness to help those fighting this disease as well as to help others understand the symptoms and treatment challenges. For more information, to make a donation or to get involved, please go to www.bitemecancer.org. Also, please “like” the Bite Me Cancer Facebook page to stay up-to-date with all the activities and news.

 

 

Boy Scouts of America - WiSC is a proud supporter of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA). The BSA is one of the nation's largest and most prominent values-based youth development organizations. The BSA provides a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness.

For over a century, the BSA has helped build the future leaders of this country by combining educational activities and lifelong values with fun. The BSA believes — and, through over a century of experience, knows — that helping youth is a key to building a more conscientious, responsible, and productive society.

 

For more information on the Boy Scouts of America or make a donation, visit their web-site at: http://www.scouting.org

 

 

National Kidney Foundation - WiSC is a proud supporter of the National Kidney Foundation. The NKF is a major voluntary nonprofit health organization that is dedicated to preventing kidney and urinary tract diseases, improving the health and well-being of individuals and families affected by kidney disease and increasing the availability of all organs for transplantation. The NKF has been providing help and hope to kidney patients and their families since 1950. Today, with local offices across the country, NKF is meeting the growing public health challenge of chronic kidney disease with a range of vital programs and services for the public, patients and healthcare professionals.

For more information on the National Kidney Foundation or make a donation, visit their web-site at: www.kidney.org

 

 

Santas for Christ - WiSC is a proud supporter of Santa's for Christ. Santa's for Christ is a 501(c)3 organization developed to help church, civic, and government programs maximize their resources to effectively meet the needs of those in the community. It does this by identifying current programs designed to address specific needs, identifying ‘gap’ areas that need to be addressed, providing opportunities for church missions programs to pool resources to address shortages and emerging requirements, and work with church and civic organizations to help developing long term strategies to help individuals and families reach their desired and necessary potential.

To date, S4C has worked closely with community leads in KY and MD, conducting clothing, food, and toy drives for deliveries to families and children in each community dealing with extreme poverty and poor living conditions. The theme for S4C ‘Sharing the joy of Christmas throughout the year’ is reflected in the work of our ‘Santa's’, each of which is a year-round voluntary hospice Santa.

For more information on S4C, visit their web-site at: www.Santa4Christ.com

 

 

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If you are interested in exploring a future at WiSC -- please review the sections below, select the appropriate link and attach your resume. Please be sure your resume addresses the minimum requirements in your selection.

 

We encourage you to bookmark this page as a convenient portal to careers at WiSC. Servicing the Federal Government in the IC market provide a wide arrangement of of career paths.

 

By building a career at WiSC, you’ll have the opportunity to shape the future of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance. During your career, you will build lasting relationships and play an important role with the world’s leading Intelligence and Surveillance Agencies.

 

 

Security Clearances

While not all the jobs we offer require clearance, a fair number of them do. Our work as a global company includes shaping and providing systems, technologies and solutions to the DoD, the Department of Homeland Security, the Intelligence community and other sensitive clients and sectors.

 

The benefits of having a security clearance whether you have an active clearance, or a lapsed clearance is important. You will have the option to work on a greater number and variety of technical programs and projects. Job opportunities that would otherwise be out of reach due to their sensitive and critical nature will become available.

 

Graduate Opportunities

New graduates and interns provide some of the freshest, most innovative ideas. We encourage and support your creativity and inventiveness.

 

Young Professionals

Match Your Military Skills to Our Open Positions

Explore WiSC career opportunities that reflect your service experience and civilian skills. Much of our work relates to the military, but the skills earned during service can benefit all of the work we do here.

 

Experienced Professionals

Our work as an IC company includes shaping and providing systems, technologies and solutions to the DoD, the NGA, NRA, and others in the Intelligence community. This is why our workforce includes professionals who are cleared.

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You can visit WiSC Enterprises on the World Wide Web without telling us who you are or revealing any information about yourself. Our web servers collect the domain names, not the e-mail addresses of visitors. Also, we may collect and store other information about your visit on an anonymous, aggregate basis. This information may include the time and length of your visit, the pages you look at on our sites, and the site you visited just before coming to ours. We may also record the name of your Internet service provider, browser type, and country of origin. We use this information only to measure site activity and to develop ideas for improving our site.

 

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What Information Do We Collect?

The type of information we maintain on our secure Personal Information server is general information about you such as name, billing address, e-mail address, company name, etc. We do not store credit card information as part of your Personal Information.

 

WiSC Enterprises reserves the right to alter our privacy principles as business needs require. Any alterations to these principles will be posted on our web site in a timely manner.

 

Please feel free to contact us with any questions, comments, or problems that might arise.