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February 2012

Dr. Freda Porter was appointed Chairman of the North Carolina Advisory Commission on Military Affairs.

   
June 2011

Dr. Freda Porter, President of Porter Scientific was featured in the June 2011 edition of Elite Magazine highlighting her success as a small woman owned Business.

   
March 2010 Porter Scientific received the 2010 Stellar Award from the U.S. Women’s Chamber of Commerce
   
August 2009 Dr. Freda Porter was named North Carolina Minority Small Business Person of the Year for 2009 by the US Small Business Administration.
   
July 2009 Dr. Freda Porter, President of Porter Scientific was appointed Chairman of the Board of Trustees at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke.
   
June 2009 Porter Scientific was awarded a $1.3M contract for the replacement of a 500,000 gallon non-potable fire suppression tank and the refurbishing of a 100,000 gallon non-potable fire suppression tank at Robins Air Force Base.
   
June 2009 Porter Scientific was awarded a $340,000 contract for elevated tank maintenance at Columbus Air Force Base
   
April 2009 Porter Scientific was approved as a private consulting firm by NCDOT for disciplines in Project Management: Right of Way, Property Management: Right of Way, Relocations Assistances: Right of Way, Right of Way Appraisals, and Right of Way Negotiators.
   
September 2008 Porter Scientific was awarded a Blanket Purchasing Agreement for Environmental Services at Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune
   
August 2008 Porter Scientific with CTC was awarded a $400,000 Brownfields Assessment grant for Hoke County from US Environmental Protection Agency Brownfields Program
   
January 2008 Porter Scientific was awarded the 2008 Business of the Year by the Pembroke Area Chamber of Commerce
   
August 2007 Porter Scientific with CTC was awarded a $400,000 Brownfields Assessment grant for Robeson County from US Environmental Protection Agency Brownfields Program
   
May 2007 Dr. Freda Porter was awarded the 2007 Business Person of the Year by UNCP's Business Visions.
   
April 2007 Porter Scientific received the UIDA Business Services Indian Business of the Year Award.
   
January 2007 Dr. Freda Porter, President of Porter Scientific, was appointed to the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian Board of Trustees.
   
October 2006 Porter Scientific was accepted into NCDOT's Mentor Protégé where Mulkey Engineering & Consultants, Raleigh, serves as the Mentor firm.
   
June 2006 Porter Scientific with CTC was awarded a $200,000 Brownfields Assessment grant for the Town of Pembroke from the US Environmental Protection Agency Brownfields Program.
   
March 2006 Porter Scientific is an affiliate member of the North Carolina Bankers Association and provides comprehensive Environmental Consulting to NCBA members.
   
February 2006 Porter Scientific was awarded an Industrial Water Treatment contract for monitoring, testing, treating, repair and reporting water quality for steam, chill water, and closed loop systems (Contract FA8501-06-M-R064) from Robins AFB, GA.
   
May 2005

Porter Scientific with CTC as prime receives U. S. Navy's SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e) IDIQ contract vehicle

   
May 2005 Porter Scientific is awarded a Blanket Purchase Agreement (Contract N62470-05-A-6986) from Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, North Carolina.
   
May 2005

The Center for American Indian Health and Environmental Technologies (CAIHET), a nonprofit affiliate of Porter Scientific, and Concurrent Technologies, Inc. (CTC) was awarded a $200,000 job training grant from the US Environmental Protection Agency Brownfield Program.

   
November 2004 Porter Scientific has been accepted into the NCDOT Mentor-Protégé Program
   
March 2003 Porter Scientific awarded BPA from Camp Lejeune.
   
March 2003 Porter Scientific awarded Project Leader – End-User Training Contract from SPAWAR-Charleston, South Carolina
   
February 2003 Porter Scientific awarded Software Development Program Manager Contract from SPAWAR-Charleston, South Carolina
   
January 2003 Dr. John Ruffin, Director, National Center for Minority Health and Health Disparities (NCMHD), has nominated Dr. Freda Porter, Porter Scientific, Inc., for the NCMHD Advisory Committee, a congressionally mandated appointment made by the Secretary of Health and Human Services.
   
December 2002 Porter Scientific Certified SBA 8(a) Program participant (PDF - requires Adobe Reader)
   
December 2002 Porter Scientific nominated for 2003 American Indian Business of the Year by UIDA Consulting
   
July 2002 The Secretary of Transportation has appointed Dr. Freda Porter, Porter Environmental, to the NCDOT Minority Contractor Expansion Council. The council will advise the Department on ways to expand opportunities for minority contractors to participate in the highway construction business.
   
January 2002 Porter Scientific nominated for 2002 CMSDC Business of the Year – Class I by Bob Mathes, NC Department of Transportation
   
March 2001 Porter Scientific receives SBA Hub Zone Certification
   
February 2001 The Residuals Management team at Porter Environmental has been nationally recognized for its dedication to protecting and restoring Water Quality. Attached is an article entitled “True Recycling” that details our contributions to the industry. The article appeared in the National Magazine “Cleaner”. Porter Environmental – front page of Cleaner – was profiled in the feature article.
   
September 1999 Porter Scientific was selected to participate in a career website for the Environmental Protection Agency. Dr. Porter also taught the mathematical modeling component of the EPA course entitled “Modeling Subsurface Hydrocarbon Transport and Natural Attenuation”.
   
July 1998 Water Pollution Control System Operators Certification
   
March 1998 Dr. Freda Porter, Porter Scientific, was appointed to the Enhancing Diversity in Graduate Education (EDGE) Advisory Committee. EDGE is a graduate transition program for women in mathematics. The four-year program has been successful in helping sustain students through the initial years of graduate study.
 
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