NuCrest Gets Certified as a Metropolitan Washington Unified Certification Program (MWUCP) (DBE)/MBE

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NuCrest, LLC (NuCrest), a provider of Information Technology (IT) Enterprise Services and Solutions, has been awarded a Metropolitan Washington Unified Certification Program (MWUCP) ‎certification as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)/Minority Business Enterprise (MBE).


These certifications qualify NuCrest to participate in Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) and District of Columbia Department of Transportation (DDOT) funded contract and in its areas of expertise, which includes the following:

“NuCrest differentiates itself because we provide superior value to customers at an affordable price creating a win-win scenario for the services that we offer.  Integral to all of our services are: we provide our clients early risk analysis, customer communication and developer interaction, delivery of secure systems, creation of practical and agile IT solutions and successful transformation of an organization to meet all federal, state, and industry regulatory guidelines and standards,” said Jabari Morgan, SVP, NuCrest, LLC.


"It’s great to obtain these important certifications, which will help us grow. The City of Baltimore designations allow NuCrest to qualify for contract set asides specifically for small businesses. It provides our company the opportunity to bring the same diverse portfolio of IT Enterprise Services and Solutions that contributes to the success of our federal clients to meet the challenging needs of the WMATA and DDOT.” -- Michael Adams, President/CEO, NuCrest, LLC.

About the Metropolitan Washington Unified Certification Program (MWUCP): The MWUCP consists of the one-stop certification program for DDOT and the Metropolitan Washington Area Transit Authority (WMATA). In 2003, WMATA and the District of Columbia Department of Transportation (DDOT) entered into an agreement to enact a Unified Certification Program for the purposes of administration and monitoring of the DBE Program, in accordance with Section 26.81 of 49 CFR Part 26. The Unified Certification Agreement was accepted and agreed to by WMATA and DDOT on June 18, 2003, and July 17, 2003, respectively, and ultimately approved by the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) on September 3, 2004. The UCP is known as the Metropolitan Washington Unified Certification Program (MWUCP).

 

ABOUT NUCREST:  NuCrest is a minority-owned VA certified SDVOSB and Small-Disadvantaged Business (SDB) based in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. NuCrest’s Senior Leadership has 25+ years of extensive experience supporting Federal and Civic IT and Cybersecurity programs. We support very challenging business needs and ensure greater efficiencies meeting all federal, civic and industry regulatory guidelines and standards. For more information, you can call Michael Adams at 703-375-9308, email us at info@nucrest.com or visit our website at http://www.nucrest.com.