Sandia JIT Contract
RED, Inc. received a JIT contract in 2012 to provide communications support to Sandia National Laboratories. Our services include writing and editing, document production, and graphic design. Work is performed from an off-site location. Our fully staffed offices are located at 10501 Research Road, Suite B in the Sandia Technology Park.
To request support, simply call or email our office. There is no need for a statement of work or PO. We will ask for your name, organization number, P/T, a general description of the work to be performed, and a deadline. We set-up a meeting to discuss the project further and provide you with total hours expected to complete the project. The job is entered into Sandia's iSupplier system, and the approving manager will receive notifications of hours applied to the work. Invoices are generated against your P/T. Sandians may visit our Sandia JIT Supplier web page for more information, including billing rates.
RED, Inc. is an award-winning, multimedia development company specializing in technical writing/editing, document layout/production management, graphic design, web design/development, 3D modeling, and video production. RED, Inc. has provided on- and off-site multimedia support services across the DOE complex for the past 20 years. Support includes license applications, quality assurance procedure writing, maintenance manuals, system design descriptions, instructional/workflow processes, engineering design files, safety analysis reports, technical procedures, land use/planning documents, environmental impact statements, and public informational materials.
Our staff has been instrumental in producing high-quality, award-winning communications products for government agencies and M&O contractors. Our facilities are staffed with graphic designers, technical writers, and word processors that prepare complex publications and design high-end communications material (print and web) from conception to final product, including managing the offset printing process if necessary.
RED, Inc. is responsible for managing and providing graphics arts, text processing, and records management / document control support service functions at the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) through a Managed Service Contract. This support is provided from our off-site facility, which houses all the equipment, software, and systems to provide this service independent of INL operations.
RED, Inc. was a nominee for DOE WOSB of the year in 2010 and 2011.
Contact Terry Tetreault in our Sandia office at 505-340-3407 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Examples: View RED Inc. professional staff past work samples on our Client Portfolio page.
“The PRT has been very pleased with the documentation performed to date on our projects. Your work has supported many critical NW development programs. Your work in documenting development build data and notes has streamlined the process as well as improved the overall quality of our data. It has also created additional build bandwidth. Your work in documenting build and test data has enabled the team to capture complete development data from the first to last build over a several year period in a single document. At a recent design review, our documentation was commended by the peer review team as best documentation they have ever seen by a PRT on a development program."
"I would like to thank the Red Inc organization, for the excellent service that you provided us during this last couple of months. It was a lot of work, and your help was invaluable. I strongly recommend your services for future SRNL needs of this type."
W.S., Program Manager
"RED, Inc. has provided nopareil and exemplary service to General Service Administration for over 15 years. The personnel provided were extremely professional, proficient, skilled, and creative (graphic artists, especially) and consistelnty ahead of schedule on every assignment they completed. It was a pleasure working with the headquarters - documentation, monthly reports, invoices were letter perfect and communication and responsiveness was stellar."