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Sep 26, 2016 4:16 EST

PACS (Pathogen Asset Control System) – Its mission is to develop a software to control, analyze and maintain various pathogens in private and public laboratories world-wide

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Black & Veatch

Arlington, VA 22209, US
Web Service Software

PACS (Pathogen Asset Control System) is a division of Black & Veatch, an engineering firm. The PACS program is stationed in Moscow Russia. Its mission is to develop a software to control, analyze and maintain various pathogens in private and public laboratories world-wide.

Products / Services

PACS Software Subscription

PACS is a laboratory freezer software system, that is specifically used for pathogen control.

PACS Training

Will provide maintenance and support for PACS software if the service is purchased by the existing customer. Provide post-installed training to customers as well as continuous training as-needed for customers.

Government Query

Provide government agencies who regulate pathogen laboratories in the United States with detailed information about inventories and tracking of pathogens in those labs.

Yearly Pathogen Report – Member

Provide a detailed report of the current status of pathogen laboratories research and inventories across the country generated from the information generated from usage of the PACS software.

Yearly Pathogen Report – Non-member

Provide a detailed report of the current status of pathogen laboratories research and inventories across the country generated from the information generated from usage of the PACS software.

Self-Audit

Provide self-audit services to existing customers who have purchased the PACS software system. This will maximize efficiency for laboratories who currently are required to report detailed information to the government.

Pathogen Networks

Pathogen Networks allows members to search for colleagues and scientific literature about strange symptoms or rare issues within the pathogen world.

 

Management

Managing/Manager Development
Azamat Zhilokov

PACS Product Manager/Control Account Manager.
Working on PACS development and implementation since 2005. Responsible for product profile/specification, interaction with the client, managing scope, cost and schedule of development. Also managing implementation project for another software package that B&V develops for disease surveillance on a country level.

Education: Master, Design and Implementation of Information Systems from State University – Higher State of Economics; Mast, Applied Institute of Physics and Technology (State University) (MIPT)

Vice President Manager
Tom Wahl

Thomas Wahl, Vice President for B&V. Program Manager. Established B&V Moscow office in 2000, manages multi-million programs for government clients since that time, and staff of over 100 people. Involved in PACS since the idea stage.

Managing/Manager Quality Assurance
Kirill Kozhevnikov

PACS Quality Assurance Manager. Working on PACS development and implementation since 2009. Responsible for testing and release of the product, as well software requirements analysis.

General Development
Daniel Sink

Based in Virginia, is Business Development professional for B&V.

Education:
1) Radford University with a BSC, Biology (1993-1995)
2) The Johns Hopkins University, MSc, Biotechnology (1993-1995)

Summary

Prior Year Revenue Current Year Revenue Next Year Revenue

 

Company Age Employees Sub-Industry
5 years, 8 months 19 Database & File Management Software

 

Company Type Stock Exchange Stock Symbol
Privately-Held
Contact Information:

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