“The FTC Family” is unlike any other. As a team we're committed to providing the highest standard of service to our clients, and as employees we feel the same level of passion and care. It's an inspired environment in which both young and experienced IT professionals are encouraged to explore and develop personally and professionally.
FTC maintains an energetic and family-like corporate culture of people who work hard but also know how to have fun. Even amidst exponential growth, FTC recognizes and nurtures high-performing talent at all experience levels, and prioritizes promoting from within.
FTC embraces a culture of acknowledgment and appreciation for staff and for hard work. They take great care in ensuring that employees feel taken care of, supported and nurtured professionally. This is an incredible place to work.
In response to complaints of slow claims processing over the last decade, the Department of Veterans Affairs pledged to improve their service to Veterans, their families and their survivors by transitioning from paper-intensive processing to a more modern and integrated digital claims processing system.
In September 2016, the VA engaged FTC to support this massive undertaking, and despite considerable logistical obstacles, the team’s effective leadership, innovative solutions and heart-felt commitment to their mission led this project beyond its original scope to its successful completion on budget and well ahead of schedule.
In the words of the VA customer: “This was one of the largest logistics efforts ever undertaken… and really one of the most remarkable milestones within the government and particularly within the Department of Veterans Affairs. It’s truly historic.”
FTC sponsors 33rd Annual Women's Center Leadership Conference
FTC was proud to support the Women’s Center’s 33rd Annual Leadership Conference on Saturday, April 6th, as a Bronze sponsor. In a strong show of support for the event, a diverse group of twenty women from across the FTC family attended the conference, enjoying a day of inspiration, collaboration and lots of laughter together.
With the theme “It Starts With Us”, the conference featured a rich array of programming, beginning with an inspiring speech from Brigadier General (Dr.) Sharon Bannister, who at the last-minute replaced Vice Admiral Raquel Bono as keynote speaker, and a lively interactive panel discussion, followed by smaller work sessions dedicated to inspiring mindfulness, communication and achievement for both personal and professional development. An opportunity for women and men across a wide range of industries to share ideas, insights, and inspiration while supporting the Women’s Center organization, a non-profit organization with the mission of providing mental health counseling, support, and education to help people live healthy, stable and productive lives, the FTC women enjoyed a special sense of camaraderie in sharing such an energizing experience as a team.
“The Leadership Conference gave us all a lot to think about and reflect upon for our own personal growth and development. The Women’s Center is a very worthwhile cause and is doing the important work of healing hearts and souls by providing support services for individuals and families during difficult times. FTC is deeply committed to giving back to the community in a meaningful way, and I am proud to say that FTC will continue to support the mission and vision of this impactful organization in the future,” commented FTC Founder and CEO, Vaseal Montgomery.
Founded by a Veteran with the mission to make a difference in the health, well-being and quality of life of Americans who have served by improving Veteran healthcare outcomes, Favor TechConsulting, LLC (FTC) is proud of our status as a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business (SDVOSB) and deeply committed to supporting Veterans through our hiring practices, charitable giving and community outreach efforts.
This Fall, FTC was thrilled to announce the inception of a new Veteran & Military Network (VMN), a resource group comprised of FTC employees who are Veterans, military members and dependents. The purpose of this employee-run resource group is to provide opportunities for employee engagement, outreach and mentoring in the Veteran and military communities, both within and outside of FTC.