“As we travel the country, we find there is broad need for Certrec’s products and services, even with the large, investor-owned utilities,” said Chip Perkins.
FORT WORTH, Texas (PRWEB) October 11, 2019
Certrec, a leading licensing and regulatory compliance provider for NRC and NERC compliance, announced today that it will attend the 2019 North American Generator Forum (NAGF) Annual Meeting & Compliance Conference to be held from October 15-17 in Atlanta, Georgia.
Business Planning Executive Director Chip Perkins and Office of NERC Compliance Services Manager Holly Haynes will introduce Certrec’s advanced, web-based applications—RegSource GRC and Recall GRC—to conference attendees from NERC compliance organizations at investor-owned utilities throughout the U.S.
“As we travel the country, we find there is broad need for Certrec’s products and services, even with the large, investor-owned utilities,” said Chip Perkins. He added, “Because the Forum will be held very close to NERC headquarters, we will take the time to visit with our friends at NERC to discuss the NERC Alerts platform that was developed and is hosted by Certrec.”
This is Certrec’s first time attending the NAGF conference. Holly Haynes commented, “We are excited to have been invited to participate and to demonstrate the breadth of our NERC regulatory compliance services and offerings.”
Founded in 1988, Certrec is an engineering and technology-based regulatory support services organization that has developed exceptional capabilities to support the electric power industry’s regulatory activities emanating from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), the North American Electric Reliability Corporation and Regional Entities (NERC), and others.
Certrec’s industry professionals have direct working experience in all regulatory areas of licensing, compliance, and engineering. This expertise, combined with Certrec’s Information Technology assets, gives the electric power industry technology-based solutions and tools designed specifically to help them manage regulatory issues.
Nuclear, fossil, and renewable generation and transmission utilities and entities across the United States rely on Certrec’s highly skilled team to help direct the regulatory process to their advantage.
Certrec’s quality services and information security management system are ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certified. Also, Certrec successfully has completed annual Type 2 SOC 2 examinations of its Document Management and Regulatory Services. Certrec’s performance of these annual examinations and audit assures clients of its commitment to maintaining or exceeding current levels of service.