|By Business Wire||
|June 2, 2014 04:04 PM EDT||
InfoPro Incorporated is proud to announce that the company has been selected as a Mentor of the Year by the Government Technology & Services Coalition and Government Contracting Weekly. "The Mentors," a Special Award Program to recognize companies that mentor and contribute to the success of small businesses, will recognize InfoPro and the following companies June 12 in Arlington, Virginia: B3 Solutions, BAE Systems, General Dynamics Information Technology, HeiTech Services, L3 National Security Solutions, REI Systems, and Serco.
"We are honored to be recognized for our commitment to supporting and mentoring growing companies. Our mentor partnerships help smaller companies compete in the Federal market and add an enhanced level of talent and expertise to InfoPro’s core capabilities,” said Sue Graham, InfoPro’s CEO.
"GTSC is proud to recognize these corporate citizens that partner with, and support the growth and development of small companies in the Federal market. Their mentoring and assistance is a critical component of a small business' success and we are excited to recognize their contribution," said Kristina Tanasichuk, CEO of the Government Technology & Services Coalition.
"We are excited to award these good stewards some recognition for their contribution to the success of small businesses and ultimately a more effective use of Federal taxpayer dollars," said Jim McCarthy, owner and technical director of AOC Key Solutions and host/moderator of Government Contracting Weekly.
The award nominations process ran from December 2013 to February 2014. Small businesses working in the Federal market submitted nominations for firms that supported their growth and development in tangible ways. Learn more about the awards by watching Government Contracting Weekly and visiting www.GTSCoalition.com/mentorawards
Nominated by Mount Airey Group, InfoPro provided advice on how to better structure their internal capacity, included Mount Airey Group in larger teaming opportunities and provided direct support to pursue CMMI certification.
InfoPro provides information technology services, enterprise solutions and systems integration services to government and commercial clients, such as the U.S. Departments of Homeland Security, Treasury, and Health and Human Services. InfoPro has received numerous industry awards, including Inc. 500, Washington Technology Fast 50, Top Woman-Owned Company, and Top 500 Diversity-Owned Business. www.infopro.net
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