John Harris, a Senior Technical Writer, on the Survey Operations Support Task at the Energy Information Administration was awarded the EIA Recognition Coin in December 2018. The criteria for receiving an EIA recognition form includes: recognition by EIA management or peers for outstanding performance that contributes to the mission of EIA, a unique achievement that […]
IMG-Crown was awarded a one year (with 2 option years) contract with the Energy Information Administration, under the EOP IV Contract to provide technical support for the Office of Energy Analysis. The support entails assisting the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) in publishing information on rail movements of crude oil, petroleum products, and biofuels.
IMG-Crown was awarded a one year (plus 2 option years) task to support the Information Dissemination activities of the Office of Communications under the EIA EOP IV Contract vehicle. The support includes development, operation, and maintenance of the EIA.GOV website and all its associated web products and services.
IMG-Crown was awarded a one year (with 2 option years) contract with the Energy Information Administration, under the EOP IV Contract to provide Communications Support for the Office of Communications. The support entails multimedia development, media support, social media maintenance, and marketing and outreach activities (including the Annual EIA Conference).
IMG-Crown was awarded a 9 month Supply Based Survey Operations Support Task under EIA’s EOP IV Contract for the Office of Energy Statistics. IMG-Crown is performing designated activities for the survey life cycle, including frame development, contact management, data collection, and survey data quality.
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