The Monaco with Automated Variance Reduction using Importance Calculations (MAVRIC) fixed-source radiation transport sequence is designed to apply the multigroup and continuous-energy fixed-source Monte Carlo code, Monaco, to solve problems too challenging for standard, unbiased Monte Carlo methods. The intention of the sequence is to calculate fluxes and dose rates with low uncertainties in reasonable times, even for deep penetration problems. MAVRIC is based on the Consistent Adjoint Driven Importance Sampling (CADIS) methodology, which uses an importance map and a biased source that are derived to work together. MAVRIC generates problem-dependent cross section data, and then it automatically performs a coarse mesh 3D discrete ordinates transport calculation using Denovo to determine the adjoint flux as a function of position and energy, and apply the information to optimize the shielding calculation in Monaco. In the Forwarded-Weighted CADIS (FW-CADIS) methodology, an additional Denovo calculation is performed to further optimize the Monaco model to obtain uniform uncertainties for multiple tally locations. Several utility modules are also provided for data introspection and conversion.