BayFirst to provide business intelligence and data modeling support to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration

Nov 05, 2018 by Ben Cole Category: News, News

Washington, D.C. — BayFirst Solutions LLC has been awarded a contract to provide business intelligence prototyping and data modeling to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA), Office of Hazardous Materials Safety (OHMS).

BayFirst will provide performance management and expert support to PHMSA in the development of analytical, forecasting and predictive modeling tools to find patterns, discover insights and make predictions to identify opportunities for continuous improvement and to ensure that safety risk controls achieve their intended objectives.

Kevin Gooch, BayFirst’s Chief Executive Officer, stated, “We are honored to be working with PHMSA at the front lines of hazardous materials transportation safety by supporting PHMSA’s mission of setting priorities, making policy, budgeting and allocating resources, drafting rules, targeting inspections, measuring performance, and communicating with stakeholders.”

Under this task order, BayFirst will provide PHMSA with data analysis, data mining, predictive analysis, adhoc analytics and querying, and business intelligence consulting to assist in the rapid prototyping of forecasting and predictive modeling tools, including dashboards, models, and data visualizations on the PHMSA Hazmat Intelligence Portal (HIP) platform.


BayFirst Solutions LLC is a management and engineering firm specializing in national security and defense, helping government clients implement programs that protect public safety and enhance homeland security initiatives. Founded in 2002 and headquartered in Washington, DC, BayFirst has an award-winning history supporting customers with innovative solutions and core capabilities in Network Engineering; Agile Software Development, Testing & Quality Assurance; Cybersecurity & Information Assurance; Intelligence & Analytics; Program & Acquisition Management; and Engineering & Logistics.


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