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Partner Network

​Utility Services is proud to have the companies below as its’ Partners in providing services. These partnerships will permit US to offer a broader spectrum of services, with the same personalized service as has been provided to you in the past. The combined expertise will cover more and more of your needs without having to shop around.

IRONHOUSE

IRONHOUSE provides specialized consulting for utilities and generators to support system protection, operational support, automation, and compliance. Our team brings together broad industry knowledge and expert engineers, project managers, and technologists–all under one roof. With deep understanding of internal structures and processes, we offer a smarter, one-stop shop to enhance efficiency, value, and growth for every client.

Network & Security

Network & Security Technologies (N&ST) is a consulting company focused on cyber security for utilities. While specializing in compliance with the NERC CIP standards, N&ST can help utilities address their most challenging computer networking and cyber security problems. Founded in 2003, N&ST is an employee-owned business whose employees have decades of experience with cyber security and the utility industry. N&ST works with clients to build their own sustainable cyber security and NERC CIP compliance programs. Like Utility Services, N&ST prides itself on being responsive to clients and easy to work with.

E-ISAC – Electricity Information Sharing & Analysis Center

The E-ISAC, as administered through NERC, assists the electric industry with the identification and information sharing of cyber and physical security issues and works with other branches of government to compile data on events and situations. As a part of those duties, E-ISAC had developed a Cyber Risk Preparedness Assessment tool based upon DOE’s C2M2 assessment model. Utility Services is authorized to deliver and conduct the CRPA tool within the electric industry.

The CRPA allows industry participants to identify and assess an entity’s readiness or preparedness for cyber and physical events. It is conducted as a table top exercise and gives companies the opportunity to be challenged and examined in a test environment. As a follow up to the exercise, the company receives a documented report outlining the entity’s performance, potential weaknesses, and recommends possible corrective action steps.

Ulteig

Ulteig Engineers, Inc. delivers comprehensive design engineering, program management and technical and field services that strengthen infrastructure vital to everyday life. Ulteig’s footprint spans the nation and provides its expertise in multiple Lifeline Sectors®, including power (both electric utilities and renewables), transportation, water and oil and gas, to a wide range of public and private clients.

Within the power Lifeline Sector, Ulteig’s core competencies include engineering and design solutions for both Substation and Transmission & Distribution, as well as technical assessments and studies in support of NERC compliance. Ulteig has a strong and proven track record of providing utilities, energy developers, owners, and engineer-procure-construct (EPC) contractors with innovative professional services and full project execution and support.

Cutlass Security Group, LLC

The Cutlass Security Group, LLC is a world class leader in providing security solutions designed to reduce physical and cybersecurity risks to critical infrastructure, federal agencies, and private sector corporations. CSG provides unmatched advisory services for security compliance, risk reduction, and organizational resilience. The Cutlass Security Group is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB).