FTC Wins a spot on FAA eFAST MOA IDIQ

Favor TechConsulting, LLC (FTC) has been awarded the Electronic Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Accelerated and Simplified Tasks (eFAST) Master Ordering Agreement (MOA), a $7.4 billion IDIQ and FAA’s preferred contracting vehicle for small business contracts. FTC will support a broad range of professional and technical requirements under the Business Administration & Management; Computer/Information Systems Development (CSD); and Documentation & Training (D&T) functional areas. “The eFAST vehicle adds to FTC’s growing suite of agency-specific contract vehicles that enable us to deliver more efficient and cost-effective solutions to our Government customers. This significant win also evidences the exemplary work and outstanding service that FTC has consistently delivered to the Federal Government over the last decade. We look to forward to becoming a trusted partner to FAA through our support of this IDIQ,” said Vaseal V. Montgomery, FTC President and CEO.

DOL Awards FTC ePRH Modernization and Support Services Task Order

On February 15, 2018, the Department of Labor (DOL), Employment and Training Administration (ETA) awarded FTC the Electronic Policy and Requirements Handbook (ePRH) Modernization and Support Services task order. Under this 5-year program, FTC will provide administrative and subject matter expertise support to the National Office of Job Corps (OJC) as part of modernizing and streamlining the ePRH and will engage with a broad range stakeholders to coordinate policy updates. Additionally, FTC will help to streamline and update the Program Assessment Guide (PAG) as part of standardizing Job Corps training practices from the enterprise level to 124 Job Corps data centers Nationwide. This award—FTC’s first-ever contract with the DOL—will enable FTC to support a mission-critical modernization initiative while playing a role in enhancing the delivery of education, training, life skills, and employment and job retention strategies to young adults.

FTC attended the National Veterans Small Business Engagement (NVSBE) as a Platinum Sponsor

On December 5-7, 2017, As a Platinum Sponsor, Favor TechConsulting, LLC (FTC) attended the National Veterans Small Business Engagement (NVSBE) in early December. In its seventh year, NVSBE is hosted by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (ODSBU) and was held in St. Louis, Missouri this year. NVSBE continues to be the most effective way to directly connect small businesses with potential buyers from the federal, state, and commercial marketplaces. As a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), 8(a) Disadvantaged Small Business, Economically Disadvantaged Woman-Owned Small Business (EDWOSB), and Minority-Owned Small Business, FTC recognizes the event as an outstanding way to network with industry peers and build on customer relationships. With Veterans comprising more than 20% of its employees and over half of its business dedicated to supporting the VA, the connections facilitated by NVSBE are central to FTC’s mission to deliver effective IT and management solutions that improve Veteran healthcare.

VA awards $16M CPAC IT Sustainment, Application and Tier 2 Support Task Order

On December 4, 2017, the Veterans Affairs (VA) awards Favor TechConsulting (FTC) the Consolidated Patient Account Center (CPAC) IT Sustainment, Application and Tier 2 Support task order. This 5-year, $16.6M program will provide IT, application, and VistA support for approximately 3,900 end users located across seven CPAC locations. This is FTC’s 23rd task award on the T4NG vehicle and adds to their robust VA portfolio.

Veterans Affairs (VA) awards FTC the VistA Integration Adapter (VIA) Development and Sustainment Support task order

On Wednesday, October 11, 2017, the Veterans Affairs (VA) awarded FTC the VistA Integration Adapter (VIA) Development and Sustainment Support task order from VA’s T4NG contract vehicle. This $6.5M task order provides technical support and software maintenance for VIA web service methods and adherence to applicable security policies. The VIA task order is FTC’s 22nd prime contract award on T4NG. FTC takes great pride in the service we are able to provide to our nations veterans, and a 22nd contract win evidences our commitment to support the VA’s mission and vision.

FTC Hosts its first annual Golf Tournament in Rockville, MD

On Monday October 2, 2017, FTC hosted our 1st Annual Charity Golf Tournament at Manor Country Club in Rockville, MD which also celebrated our 10th anniversary. We would like to thank the various participants, charity representatives and volunteers for their participation, great attitudes, and generous donations, and mother nature for providing such a beautiful day.

As a result of the donations from the event and FTC donated proceeds for the year, just under $50k was donated to: the Paralyzed Veterans of America, a congressionally chartered veterans service organization devoted to advocating for veterans of the armed forces who have experienced spinal cord injury or dysfunction; the Williams Syndrome Association, the most comprehensive resource for people and families living with Williams syndrome; and World Help’s Causelife/Aqua for Life initiative which provides clean water for people in impoverished communities around the world. We hold all three of these charities near to us and will continue to proudly support these initiatives as we continue to grow.

FTC named to Inc. 5000 List for the Third Year in a Row

FTC, an industry leader in management and IT services, has been recognized in the distinguished list of the Inc. 5000 for the third year in a row. The Inc. 5000 is a prestigious editorial award that provides recognition to privately-owned independent companies and their recent success. Reaching the list for the third year in a row evidences FTC’s ongoing commitment to the highest of industry standards and best practices. In addition, FTC was named to the 2015 and ‘16 Washington Technology Fast 50 and was a 2014 DoD Nunn-Perry awardee for excellence. FTC supports numerous offices within the Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Department of Defense (DoD), Intelligence Community (IC), and Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) across a range of contracts and contract vehicles. Notably, FTC has been awarded $498 M in total contract value to date across (17) task orders under its VA Transformation Twenty-One Total Next Generation (T4NG) contract. Task orders cover a wide range of services from software development to supply chain management and include support for transformational health IT initiatives. FTC was founded in 2007 by Colonel (retired) Vaseal Montgomery. Ms. Montgomery, also FTC’s CEO, was recently honored at the Women of Leadership & Power Gala hosted by MEA (Minority Enterprise Advocate), acknowledging her fine leadership and the organizational efficiencies, growth & development of FTC.

FTC awarded spot on $10 Billion GSA GWAC STARS II

June 13, 2017 - FTC is excited to announce its most recent win of the General Services Administration (GSA) Streamlined Technology Acquisition Resources for Services II (STARS II) contract. STARS II is a small business set-aside Government Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) with a $10 Billion ceiling that provides Federal agencies flexible access to customized IT solutions from a pool of 8(a) industry partners. FTC joins the contract as it transitions from the original five-year base period to the additional five-year add-on.

FTC awarded VA T4NG Task Order: "Benefits Appeals and Memorials (BAM) Program Management Office (PMO)"

June 9, 2017 - FTC is pleased to announce the Department of Veterans Affairs awarded us the Benefits Appeals and Memorials (BAM) Program Management Office (PMO) and Technical Management Support contract. This 5-year, $95M contract, will support approximately 50 projects in the Benefits and Memorials Portfolios. FTC is proud and honored to support America's Veterans!

FTC awarded two VA T4NG Task Order's: "Laboratory Systems Re-engineering Project (LSRP) Support" and "LSRP Upgrade-VistA, Testing, and Project Support"

April 3, 2017 - FTC’s thirteenth awarded task order on T4NG was to provide LSRP VistA Testing and Project Support for the Huntington, West Virginia Alpha Site – which represents the VA’s first medical center implementation of the LSRP Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS.) In this work, FTC upgrades LSRP Lab VistA code, VistA Interfaces, and patches including downstream VistA components. In Agile fashion, FTC will also perform the testing and setup of the components of the system, including integration and software configuration.
On the fourteenth T4NG task order, the FTC team will provide capabilities and services for the LSRP including disaster recovery support, technical support, system security, network connectivity, application support requirements, testing, operations and maintenance, code review and fixes and transition support. Additionally, FTC will provide configuration management and 24/7/365 interface and product monitoring for Cerner’s Millennium PathNet solution, which serves as the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) LIMS.
The two latest task order awards add to FTC’s VistA Integration and agile software development and sustainment portfolio within VHA. While the two awards were relatively small, they were both highly strategic with respect to providing VistA system integration support at the VA and partnering with an industry leading commercial Electronic Health Record (EHR) product vendor, Cerner.

FTC, has been awarded three T4NG Task Orders this week

February 6, 2017 - T4NG-0110 Health Product Support (HPS) Tier 3 Sustainment Support: Administrative is an expansive operations and maintenance approach to critical VA applications essential to Veteran’s healthcare, benefits, and VA’s financial delivery. Further, FTC with their partner Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), won T4NG-0126 Huntington, West Virginia, Laboratory Systems Re-engineering Project (LSRP) Upgrade VistA, Testing, and Project Support securing FTC’s role in VistA Modernization services and COTS integration. T4NG-0117 SharePoint/Business Analytics/Dashboard Content Design and Build Development represents FTC’s first win in VA’s Office of Administration (OA) and is the 13th FTC T4NG Task Order since winning a prime spot in May 2016. These wins emphasize FTC’s commitment to the services necessary to support our Nation’s Veterans and their beneficiaries.

Governor McAuliffe and Fairfax County Recognizes FTC for Exponential Growth and Providing Vital Services to Improving Government and Veteran Healthcare

January 23, 2017 - FTC was recognized by the Governor of Virginia and Fairfax County Economic Development Agency as one of the premier fastest growing IT contractors in the area. FTC is committed to generating up to 1,200 new jobs over the next 5 years and in doing so will be tapping into the dynamic technology and professional services pipeline in Fairfax County.
"FTC is very excited to be a part of the Commonwealth of Virginia’s and Fairfax County’s efforts in diversifying and expanding its economy and job market,” said Vaseal Montgomery, FTC founder and CEO. “One of our core corporate tenets is that our people drive FTC success,” Montgomery said. “With the support and participation in the Virginia Jobs Investment Program, we will continue to improve and grow FTC. We truly appreciate being recognized and afforded the opportunity to participate in a program that is so vital to the community.”

FTC’s Senior VP, Ed Syms, Named to the FedHealthIT100 List

January 23, 2017 - We are proud to announce Senior VP, Ed Syms, has been named to the FedHealthIT100 List. This prestigious nomination honors individuals that have been recognized for driving change and advancement in the Federal Health Information Technology Market.

FTC awarded $112M in contracts in the first fiscal year of VA T4NG

October 4, 2016 - FTC received ten task order awards on the VA T4NG IDIQ. FTC’s task order awards in the first fiscal year of the newly awarded vehicle exceeded $112M in total contract value. The ten awards included a wide range of services such as program management, agile software development, acquisition support, logistics management, configuration and risk management, performance testing, assistive technology training and support, and requirements management.
From the first SDVOSB Set-Aside award on T4NG (Section 508 Accessibility, Tools and Training Support) to FTC’s final award of FY16 on Community Care System Enhancements, FTC will be strategic partner to VA for years to come supporting high priority initiatives such as the Enterprise Program Management Office (ePMO) to Community Care (CC).

“Favor TechConsulting is proud to serve the Department of Veterans Affairs. We understand that our work has just begun and our commitment to competent delivery and execution that exceeds the government expectations will not waver” – Mark Rahnama, Vice President of Growth.

FTC awarded another T4NG Task Order, Process & Knowledge Management Division Research Support

September 22, 2016 - The Veterans Affairs (VA) Technology Acquisition Center (TAC) awarded FTC T4NG-0103 Task Order: Process & Knowledge Management Division Research Support. Under this award, FTC will support the Office of Information and Technology for 12 months providing personnel, management, materials, administrative support, and research services. FTC will provide VA-selected information technology (IT) vendor analyses, custom data cuts, best practice studies, secure relationship brokerage, and site investigations to cover Enterprise IT topics.

Win Extends FTC’s Commitment to Best Practices and Service Delivery Excellence at the VA

September 19, 2016 - FTC, a leading provider of IT solutions to the federal government — announced today that it has been awarded the Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) multiple award Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation (T4NG) SDVOSB set-aside Task Order, titled, “Veterans Benefits Administration Performance Testing (VBA) Performance Testing.” On this 4 year, $6.9M task order, FTC will analyze system software and hardware infrastructures, conduct performance testing, and recommend changes and upgrades. The VBA production system consists of a suite of applications that depend on performance testing standards in order to provide Veterans with services in a timely, accurate, and secure manner. This initiative is designed to improve the speed, accuracy, and efficiency in which information is exchanged between VA and VA clients, regardless of the communications method (phone, web, email, etc.)

FTC awarded Its fourth SDVOSB Set-Aside Task Order on VA-T4NG: Enterprise Reporting and Analytical Support

September 7, 2016 - FTC, a leading provider of IT solutions to the federal government — announced today that it has been awarded the Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) multiple award Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation (T4NG) SDVOSB set-aside Task Order, titled, “Enterprise Reporting and Analytical Support.” On this 48 month, $4.98 million performance based task order, the FTC team will provide operations and maintenance support of the Care in the Community/Revenue Operations (CC/RO) Reporting Systems (currently POWER+) and CC/RO Data Warehouse. In addition, FTC will support the Veterans Health Administration Chief Business Office by providing program management, training and documentation support. The VHA CC/RO is responsible for ensuring the integrity of business operations supporting Veteran health care delivery. FTC will support the CC/RO as it works to manage Veteran registration, eligibility determination, enrollment, medical information management and a broad range of revenue and recovery activities.

FTC Named to Inc. 5000 List for Second Year in a Row, as a Two-Time Inc. 5000 Awardee

August 19, 2016 - FTC was named to the prestigious Inc. 5000 list for a second year in a row. In 2015, FTC ranked #256, and in 2016 came in at #405, demonstrating 949% growth over the last 3 years.

“We are very excited to be named once again in the top 5000 of fastest growing private companies in America. To be named once in this exclusive list was a dream come true, but to make it for a second year in a row is a testament to the incredible team we have here at FTC. We’re very excited be an honoree and intend to continue to meet and exceed levels of support to our Government and commercial clients,” said CEO and founder Ms. Vaseal Montgomery

FTC extends its T4NG winning track record with Benefits Delivery Program Management and Technical Support Services

August 12, 2016 - FTC - a leading provider of IT solutions to the federal government — announced that it has been awarded the Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) multiple award Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation (T4NG) Task Order titled Benefits Delivery Program Management and Technical Support Services. On this 30-month $8.29 million award, the FTC team will support and assist the VA OI&T Benefits Delivery PMO, specifically Veterans Benefits Management System (VBMS) and the Compensation and Pension Record Interchange (CAPRI). The FTC Team will fulfill services including: IT program/project management, strategic planning and analysis support, configuration management, risk management, defect management, schedule management, meeting administration and logistics support, acquisition and fiscal management support, and technical support.

“We look forward to providing program management and technical support for the fast-paced and constantly evolving VBMS and CAPRI development programs,” said Christopher Kim, FTC Director of Capture. “Our efforts will help the VA mitigate performance risks, improve service levels, and streamline future integration efforts.”

FTC awarded Enterprise Program Management Office (EPMO) Action Tracking Task Order

July 21, 2016 - The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has awarded FTC, a leading provider of IT solutions to the federal government, its second task order award titled Enterprise Program Management Office (EPMO) Action Tracking through the VA’s multiple award Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation (T4NG) contract vehicle. EPMO is a key initiative headed by the VA’s Office of Information Technology (OI&T) with the purpose of monitoring key information in order to improve and deliver superior outcomes, solutions, and best-practices in project management. In this two-year period of performance, FTC will support the OI&T Enterprise Program at the L’Enfant Plaza and the VA Central Office in Washington, D.C. FTC will provide EPMO SharePoint development, maintenance, design, and administration while managing responses to internal and external IT action requests.

“FTC is honored to be given this opportunity to support EPMO and help VA realize it’s mission to provide high quality of care and customer service for our Veterans,” said Edward Syms, Senior Vice President of Veterans Affairs at FTC.

FTC Awarded U.S Navy SeaPort-E Prime IDIQ Contract

June 30th 2016 - FTC — delivering leading edge information management and information technology (IM/IT) services to the Federal Government — has received notification that it was awarded a prime contract as a result of the SeaPort Enhanced (SeaPort-e) Rolling Admissions solicitation N00178-16-R-4000. This win comes on the heels of several other large awards including the first SDVOSB T4NG IDIQ Task Order. SeaPort-e is the Navy's electronic platform for acquiring support services in 22 functional areas including Engineering, Financial Management, and Program Management. Simply stated, SeaPort-e provides an efficient and effective means of contracting for professional support services and enhancing small business participation. The U.S. Government has capped the Seaport-e yearly maximum spend for all services at $3,960,000,000 per year across 22 functional areas and task orders.

Win Extends FTC’s Commitment to Best Practices and Service Delivery Excellence at the VA

June 28, 2016 - FTC — a leading provider of IT solutions to the federal government — today announced that it has been awarded the Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) multiple award Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation (T4NG) contract’s first Task Order award for SDVOSBs. Titled, “Section 508 Accessibility, Tools and Training Support,” on this 36 month, $3.59 million performance based task order, the FTC team will support the Section 508 program office located in VA Central Office (VACO) in Washington, DC. Specifically, FTC will be providing 508 tool scripting and training services which includes services to tailor and customize tools and products to meet the needs of the enterprise. FTC will also provide personalized training to disabled veterans to assist them in learning how to utilize their Assistive Technologies (AT) with VA applications.

“We are proud of the fact that our total team effort has culminated in the award of T4NG's first SDVOSB set-aside Task Order. We look forward to the opportunity to be a vital part of developing and implementing technology to support the needs of our nation's Veterans,” said Vaseal V. Montgomery, FTC President and CEO. “Needless to say we are thrilled to be a part of the VA's transformation efforts."

FTC hires former VA senior leader to guide T4NG practice

FTC, a T4 Next Gen Prime, is pleased to announce Ed Syms has joined us as Senior VP, Veterans Affairs. Ed served as a senior leader in the VA for 10 years and brings an extensive level of knowledge of the VA’s processes, procedures and strategic goals to the FTC team. His expert knowledge will provide guidance and consultation to the FTC team in the development of strategic partnerships, system development, program management and government acquisitions.

FTC awarded $22.3 billion IDIQ Prime contract for VA T4NG

FTC — a leading provider of IT solutions to the federal government — today announced that it has been awarded the Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) multiple award Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation (T4NG) contract. FTC was one of twenty-one companies awarded a Prime contract, selected out of a pool of hundreds of bidders. FTC also represents one of three Woman Owned Small Businesses (WOSBs), one of ten Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSBs), and one of three certified 8(a) companies. “As FTC’s single biggest achievement to date, we could not be more proud of the fact that our total team effort has culminated in this significant award, which will most certainly allow us to continue providing landmark services to the VA,” said Vaseal V. Montgomery, FTC President and CEO. “Needless to say we are thrilled about the great things to come and our sustained expansion of federal services as a trusted VA partner.” The 10-year T4NG IDIQ contract vehicle enables the VA to acquire IT services in multiple Functional Areas, including: Program Management, Strategy, Enterprise Architecture and Planning Support, Systems/Software Engineering, Software Technology Demonstration and Transition, Test and Evaluation (T&E), Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V), Enterprise Network, Enterprise Management Framework, Operations and Maintenance (O&M), Cyber Security, Training, and Information Technology Facilities.

FTC receives ISO 9001:2015 and 20000-1:2011 certifications

FTC — a leading provider of IT solutions to the federal government — today announced it has been awarded certifications for the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001:2015 Quality Management and ISO 20000-1:2011 IT Service Management by the Foundation for Policy and Governance in Marlton, NJ for its Quality Management System and Information Technology Service Management System, respectively. “Our ability to attain certifications in both ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 20000-1:2011 exemplifies FTC’s commitment to quality,” says Don Sottile, FTC Chief Technology Officer. “This further demonstrates that we are committed to integrating quality and value into the processes and services that we offer and validates that our team is fully devoted to providing our customers with the best possible outcomes via our quality management and IT service management.” The ISO 9001:2015 quality management standard was developed and published by ISO and establishes an effective quality management program for companies. The key tenants of ISO 9001:2015 include customer satisfaction and establishing processes for continuous improvement, areas that FTC value highly. FTC has implemented ISO 20000-1:2011 Service Management System to supplement our ISO 9001:2015 processes along with our CMMI® for Services (CMMI-SVC) v1.3; Maturity Level 3 management framework model.

FTC Appraised at CMMI Level 3 for Services

FTC is proud to announce that, on February 1st, it has been appraised at Maturity Level 3 of the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute’s Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI). CMMI is a process improvement approach that provides organizations with the essential elements of effective processes that ultimately improve their performance. “As FTC continues to expand our service offerings, we have instilled a firm commitment to continuous process improvement. Being rated at CMMI Level 3 will allow us to optimize processes and strengthen best practices to our Government clients,” said Vaseal V. Montgomery, FTC CEO. “This will most certainly continue to allow FTC to improve on delivery, productivity, quality, and customer satisfaction. This has been a long time goal of FTC and a true honor for the company to achieve.” An appraisal at Maturity Level 3 indicates FTC is performing at a “defined” level. At this level, processes are well characterized and understood, and are described in standards, procedures, tools, and methods. The CMMI Level 3 rating demonstrates FTC’s consistent use of best practices in software and systems engineering and project management, enhancing our ability to provide superior services and design and build systems better, faster and cost effectively.

FTC Supports Wounded Warrior Project

At FTC’s December 2015 holiday extravaganza, we were proud to present a check for $20,000 to the Wounded Warrior Project as part of our Corporate Responsibility initiative. FTC has strong ties to the Veteran community - with over 15 employees being former Veterans including our CEO, Vaseal Montgomery. Our team strongly supports the Wounded Warrior Project mission to honor and empower our injured service members.

WHS Awards FTC Prime Contract

In September 2015, FTC was awarded a three year prime contract supporting the Washington Headquarters Services (WHS) Assistant Secretary of Defense for Energy, Installations and Environment (ASD EI&E) for Data Analytics and Integration Support (DAIS) services. Our work includes Agile software development, program, and project management, System integration testing, risk management, compliance and certification support, database development & management, TIBCO Jaspersoft Reports development & configuration management, helpdesk and customer support services, and operations and sustainment management. Utilizing an Agile framework, our team is maintaining current application capabilities, while also designing & developing the future state solution for WHS DAIS. Our efforts will support ASD EI&E customer and stakeholder analytics and reporting needs, and enable DAIS to provide reliable and trusted information for Department of Defense (DoD) real property assets. WHS has approximately 1,200 civilian and military employees, and 2,000 contract employees, performing a wide range of essential administrative and management services in support of DoD operations - allowing WHS customer agencies and offices to focus exclusively on their core military missions. WHS is the essential services provider for the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD), DoD agencies, and offices in the National Capital Region.

FTC ranks #256 in the 2015 Inc. 5000 list-The Fastest-Growing Private U.S. Companies

In August 2015, Inc. released its top 5000 fastest-growing private companies in America for 2015. FTC is proud to be featured as the 256th fastest growing company in the US. Click here to view our Bio.

FTC #11 in Washington Technology’s Fast 50

In August 2015, Washington Technology released its Fast 50 rankings for small businesses in the government marketplace based on compound growth from 2010-2014. FTC is proud to be featured as the #11 company in the list. Click here to view the full list and see our Bio.

CMS Awards FTC Prime Contract

In July 2015, FTC was awarded a prime contract providing support in the production and maintenance of a web site used by contractors, stakeholders, beneficiaries, and the public for information and collaboration purposes to support the 11th Statement of Work (SOW) of CMS. Specific tasks include the design, development, and maintenance of a website; system functions, authoring functions benefits; lifecycle cost benefits to the Government; planning for the development and implementation of new technology; implementation of the CMS Expedited Lifecycle (XLC) Process; administration and reporting activities; and Healthcare Quality Information Systems (HCQIS) IT Hardware/Software Procurement.

VA Awards FTC Prime Contract

In June 2015, FTC was awarded a Prime Contract by the Veterans Health Administration (VHA), Employee Education Services (EES) to support a major overhaul of its business processes affecting more than 200 databases and legacy systems. Through effective definition and implementation of data strategy support services FTC provides massive business requirements gathering and prioritization, data migration, system deployments, data visualizations and end-user training programs throughout all of the VHA EES major data centers across the United States. "This achievement is a game-changer for us and will have a lasting impact on all of VA/EES and more importantly, allow us to have increased transparency, and help us make better decisions in supporting our internal VA customers,” said Dr. Manny Dominguez, Deputy Chief Learning Officer (SES EQV) at the VHA EES. FTC also provided a consolidated Microsoft Business Intelligence (BI) dashboard tool with data warehousing capability to consolidate data from disparate data sources into a single enterprise database for data analytics and reporting purposes using Microsoft tools and technologies. FTC maintained customer trust and established repeatable business processes that led to the award which is a follow on to an initial prime contract for similar support.

FTC Awarded 2014 Nunn-Perry Award

FTC, alongside Mentor company Planned Systems International (PSI), was awarded a 2014 Nunn-Perry Award for excellence by the Department of Defense (DoD) in March 2015. FTC and PSI currently participate in the DoD sponsored, specifically through the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), Mentor Protégé Program (MPP). The program assists small businesses (protégés) to successfully compete for prime contract and subcontract awards by partnering with large companies (mentors) under individual, project-based agreements. The Nunn-Perry Awards are presented annually to Mentor-Protégé teams who have excelled in the areas of technical assistance, returns on investment, quality, and Protégé development. The prestigious Nunn-Perry Award, named in honor of former Senator Sam Nunn and former Secretary of Defense William Perry, was first awarded in 1995 to recognize outstanding Mentor-Protégé teams formed under the auspices of the DoD MPP.

DHS CBP Awards FTC New Prime Contract

In December 2014, FTC was awarded a two year Prime Contract award with the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Customs and Border Protection (CBP). This is FTC’s second prime contract supporting DHS CBP. FTC provides liaison services for the International Trade Data System (ITDS) in support of Partner Government Agencies (PGAs), related to the Automated Commercial Environment (ACE). The ACE is one of the larger business process and technology transformation investments undertaken by a Federal Government agency. The ACE Business Office (ABO) provides Program Management support to ensure ACE is developed and maintained according to Congressional directives. The ABO is the lead business authority for ACE stakeholders. ACE stakeholders are the CBP workforce, other government agencies, Congress, the trade community, and the public.



Principal Office

8075 Leesburg Pike, Suite 300
Vienna, VA 22182
Phone: 703-662-9500
Email: info@ftc-llc.com

Corporate Office

7400 Beaufont Springs Drive, Suite 300
Richmond, VA 23225

Contracts & Administration

11700 Old Georgetown Road, Suite 100-5
North Bethesda, MD 20852

  • - Certified 8(a) Small Disadvantaged Business
  • - SDVOSB - CVE Verified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business
  • - EDWOSB - Economically Disadvantaged Woman Owned Small Business
  • - Minority-Owned

DUNS: 808250745

© FTC 2014 | Vienna, VA | 703-662-9500