Federal Data Systems, a leading technology solutions provider for the Department of Defense, announced that it has achieved the coveted Gold Certification from Cisco Systems. Cisco Gold Certified Partners benefit from the highest level of certification-specific rewards and recognitions. Notably, Cisco Gold Certified Partners receive the very best discounts from Cisco when selling their hardware and SMARTNET maintenance (including professional services, our core business), enhancing our ability to compete against the rest of industry for federal business.
To earn Gold certification, FedData was required to meet service, support, customer satisfaction and networking competency requirements and audit set forth by Cisco. “Gold Partner Status is a great accomplishment for FedData,” says Rick Hardy, President of FedData. Our partnership with the Cisco through Gold Certified Partners Program, will give FedData access to additional technical and services training which FedData will pass onto its customers.”
Of the over 10,000 Cisco partners, only one percent are Gold Certified. Being a Gold Certified Partner offers greater credibility and a broader range of expertise in the marketplace.
Federal Data Systems, Inc. (FEDDATA) announced today that it was recognized by General Dynamics Information Technology as a high-performing small subcontractor for their technical effort and performance during the past year. The General Dynamics Information Technology Quality Service Provider (QSP) Program uses an established quality rating system and an annual evaluation process to identify the highest-quality small business providers based on quality of work, timeliness, responsiveness, cost effectiveness and standards of conduct.
FEDDATA was recognized at an award ceremony held on October 23rd, 2013, at General Dynamics Information Technology headquarters in Fairfax, VA. The award was presented by Dan Johnson, President of General Dynamics Information Technology.
For more information, visit General Dynamics Information Technology’s website
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Arlington, VA April 10, 2013 – Federal Data Systems, Inc., a leading provider of Datacenter, Engineering and IT solutions for a wide range of government agencies, today announced that James Muguira a FEDDATA Engineer, has been chosen to present at the prestigious Eastern Academy of Management Conference on May 8-11, 2013 in Baltimore, Maryland. The subject of the presentation is Creativity and Innovation: Designs for the Future. Continue reading
Contract Lists FEDDATA with Government Acquisition Agency
Arlington, VA March 31, 2013- Federal Data Systems, Inc., a leading provider of Datacenter, Engineering and IT solutions for a wide range of government agencies, today announced it has been awarded a five-year United States General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule 70 contract. FEDDATA’s GSA contract, number GS-35F-206AA, allows FEDDATA to offer a comprehensive array of information technology products, services and solutions to dozens of government entities. Continue reading
HERNDON, VA, September 25, 2011-
James Scobey, COO and CTO of Federal Data Systems (FEDDATA) participated on the prestigious technical panel during The Cyber Economic Conference, “Maryland’s Cyber Battleground APG to Ft. Meade: The Regional Impact and Global Reach Continue reading
Herndon, VA – July 6, 2011 – Federal Data Systems (FEDDATA), a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), is pleased to announce that Greg Kirksey has been named a Top Performer by the Department of State. Continue reading
Herndon, VA – January 01, 2011 – Federal Data Systems (FEDDATA), a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), is pleased to announce the appointment of Barry Kane to the company’s board of directors. Continue reading
Herndon, VA – November 15, 2010 –Federal Data Systems
(FEDDATA) announces that CEO Jamie Benoit has been appointed to the steering
committee of Governor Martin O’Mally’s Workforce Investment Board (GWIB). FEDDATA
provides information security, cyber security, information forensics, and
information assurance services to Federal customers.
The GWIB has convened a CyberSecurity Steering committee to
identify and address workforce development issues surrounding Maryland’s
CyberSecurity workforce. The steering committee’s mission will be to engage key
stakeholders in identifying critical workforce development issues and
challenges facing the Maryland CyberSecurity industry.
Benoit said, “Maryland is absolutely the right place for
Government and Industry to view as the nexus for cyber security talent and
information. The focus Governor O’Mally is
placing on developing existing capabilities through the steering committee will
further enhance those capabilities and contribute to a more secure national
According to Governor O’Mally, “Maryland’s resources made us
a national leader in securing our country’s critical cyber
infrastructures. We have a robust higher
education system that trains the next generation of CyberSecurity experts,
institutions that are developing innovative cyber technologies and one of the
nation’s most technically advanced workforces.”
Federal CyberSecurity efforts have been focusing more and
more in Maryland. U.S. Cyber Command was
created by Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates on June 23, 2009 as a
sub-component of U.S. Strategic Command.
Cyber Command has since been located at Ft. Meade, in Anne Arundel
County, Maryland, where it joined the National Security Agency. The National Institutes of Standards and
Technology (NIST) and the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) are other
Cyber Security-affiliated agencies located in Maryland.
Rick Hardy, President of Federal Data Systems (FEDDATA) was recently interviewed in Washington Business Journal about small businesses. Read the full article here.