June 24, 2019 – FTC has been named one of The Washington Post’s 2019 Top Workplaces in the Washington, D.C. area. Selection is based solely on employee feedback gathered through an anonymous third-party survey administered by research partner Energage, LLC, which measured several aspects of workplace culture, including alignment, execution, and connection. This year’s list honors more than 150 companies including government contractors, law firms, nonprofits, schools, and businesses.
“Now in its sixth year, The Post’s Top Workplaces list continues to reflect companies in the region that cultivate a connection with their workforce,” said Washington Post Top Workplaces editor Dion Haynes. “It’s clear from the survey that these organizations share a commitment to providing support and an environment that makes employees feel valued and respected.”
Having grown from a “company of one” to over 400 employees in three corporate offices, 35 states and two locations OCONUS in just over a decade, FTC has remained deeply committed to its core corporate values since its inception in 2007. Family-focused, team-oriented, and entrepreneurial in spirit, FTC is committed to nurturing the wellbeing and development of its employees, to delivering the highest quality of service to its federal government customers, and to helping Veterans find success in their transition to civilian life. At just under 50% female, 40% minority reflecting a wide range of cultural backgrounds, and 26% Veteran, the diverse “FTC Family” is energized by a high degree of camaraderie, a deep connection to the company’s core values, and a vibrant work environment.
“Recognition as a Top Workplace demonstrates that our efforts to maintain a flexible, family-first environment, to maintain a robust benefits package and to stay true to our core values are having a positive impact on our employees,” Vice President of Human Resources, Rebecca Lloyd, commented. “It’s a win-win for our employees and for our customers.”
“Working at FTC is like joining a family; our team strives both to challenge and to support each other in a well-balanced work environment where life and play are valued just as much as the important work we do for our federal government customers,” said FTC’s Founder and CEO, Vaseal Montgomery. “This award is driven by our employees and is a powerful testament both to our positive corporate culture and to the strong bond within the FTC family.”
Specializing in Agile Transformation, Supply Chain and Logistics Management, Cybersecurity, Infrastructure/Telecommunications, Cloud Services and Big Data Solutions, FTC is a Health IT and Management consulting company based in Vienna, Virginia, that delivers innovative, transformative solutions to its Federal Government customers. With a focus on integration, innovation and continuous process improvement, FTC enhances its customers’ ability to make informed decisions by delivering adaptive, transparent and resilient solutions that leverage emerging tools, technologies and best practices to transform how federal government agencies carry out their mission.
A Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB) and an SBA-certified 8(a) Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB) founded by a retired Army Colonel and former CIO with 30 years of Military Health IT experience, FTC began with the mission of making a difference in the lives of Americans who have served their country by improving veteran healthcare outcomes. Just over ten years later, the company has achieved incredible success in accomplishing this goal and more.
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