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Promotion! TCM Promotes Chris Stotts as Training and Development Manager and Senior CBRNE SME



 

The Critical Mass is proud to announce the promotion of Chris Stotts as our leading Training and Development Manager and Senior CBRNE SME.


We're thrilled to continue to invest in growing our team and management structure as we continue to grow and build capabilities for partners and clients. Chris continues to play a critical role in our project supporting the Department of State Office of Nonproliferation and Disarmament Fund under the Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation (ISN/NDF). He also played a key role supporting a partner win a large IDIQ where TCM will support on Counter Narcotics and Global Threats (CN&GT). We're excited to make more announcements about TCM's growth and developing partnerships in the coming months.

 

The Critical Mass (TCM), LLC is an established Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and Woman-Owned (WOSB) based in Alexandria, Virginia. We are an international security Do and Think tank and implement results-focused projects and sustainable security solutions by championing diverse expertise and innovation. TCM is a trusted advisor and partner to sponsors and allies, and a builder of an inclusive global community of security-focused professionals.​

Current service areas include: CBRNE Security & Counterproliferation; Remediation Services; Cybersecurity; Integrated Program Design & Management; Quality Framework; Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning.

  • We support a number of important initiatives with the US Department of State and other international partners. Key recent projects include: Support and training for the Ukrainian scientific community in Ukraine, Poland, and Central Europe; Dual-use goods and border security initiatives in Iraq and Panama; WMD crime scene and evidence investigation in Morocco; Identifying and mitigating Russian public health disinformation in Georgia, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan; Countering cyberbullying and strengthening media literacy in Georgia; Aviation security and chemical response initiatives in Kurdistan.





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