Today is the 10th annual Ada Lovelace Day. It is a day to take time to recognize the accomplishments of women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). The goal is to increase the visibility of women in STEM in order to create role models for future generations of STEM professionals.
Here at TeraThink, we have no shortage of role models. We wanted to shine the spotlight some of them. I asked them to share how they got started in the technology field and any inspirations they had.
TeraThink Corporation, a provider of management and technology consulting services to the federal government, announced today that Rick Dansey joined the company as senior vice president. In this role, Dansey will oversee all strategic planning, operations and management for TeraThink’s defense programs. He is an integral part of the company’s aggressive acquisition and large program pursuits in the unrestricted market.
Dansey has intimate knowledge of what it takes to successfully operate and grow businesses in the federal market space. He offers over 28 years’ of executive experience across multi-billion dollar system integrators and successfully launching, growing and exiting a federal consultancy which was acquired in 2001.
TeraThink was recently named as one of the 2017 Best Places to Work in Virginia. The annual list of the Best Places to Work in Virginia was created by Virginia Business and Best Companies Group.
This statewide survey and awards program is designed to identify, recognize and honor the best places of employment in Virginia, benefiting the state’s economy, workforce and businesses. The 2017 Best Places to Work in Virginia list is made up of 100 companies.
TeraThink Corporation provides technological solutions that help government agencies enhance business processes and increase operational efficiencies. TeraThink has been recognized by Inc. Magazine’s Inc. 5000 list as one of the fastest growing companies in the country—for six consecutive years—and was recently named one of the 2016 Best Places to Work list in Virginia. Paul V. Lombardi, TeraThink’s President and CEO, shares insights about why his company undertook a rebranding initiative 14 years after its incorporation. Read on by clicking here to view the article.
TeraThink is proud to announce that it was recently named #13 on the 2016 Best Places to Work list in Virginia for medium sized employers. The annual list of the Best Places to Work in Virginia was created by Virginia Business and Best Companies Group.
This recognition comes on the heels of being recognized by Inc. Magazine’s Inc. 5000 list as the #2167 fastest growing company in the country. This is the sixth year in a row TeraThink has earned a position on the Inc. 5000 earning an “Honor Role” recognition.
The Washington Headquarters Services has awarded the $18.4 million System Operations, Maintenance, and Enhancement Services (SOMES) contract to TeraThink to support the their Enterprise Business Accountability System.
Under the contract, TeraThink will provide program management, systems integration and sustainment, and organizational change management and training support for WHS Enterprise Business Accountability System – Defense (EBAS-D) Momentum business system environment. This 3-year contract will allow TeraThink to continue to deliver world class, agile enterprise resource planning (ERP) support services to WHS and their Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) customer base.
TeraThink was awarded a contract at the Department of Justice (DOJ), Executive Office for the United States Attorneys (EOUSA), to provide a detailed analysis of United States Attorney’s Offices’ (USAO) debt collection process and tasks. Our objective is to identify business process improvement recommendations that will allow the USAOs more time to focus on enforcement.
TeraThink was awarded the Resource Management Data Cleansing Support contract with Defense Human Resources Activity (DHRA). We will be providing the personnel, management and materials necessary to eliminate the backlog within the following accounts: commitments and obligations, Trading Partner Numbers (TPNs), unmatched disbursements (UMDs), negative unliquidated obligations (NULOs), invoice and receipt recognition, and negative payables. Congratulations!
TeraThink was awarded a contract with the Office of Administration (ADM) within the Criminal Division at the Department of Justice (DOJ). Under this contract, TeraThink will provide financial management support for business process improvement, analysis of accounting records, matching revenue and expense transactions, correct errors while making appropriate corrective transactions, and provide operational support to meet or exceed the requirements set forth.
TeraThink was awarded a Task Order at the Department of Justice to provide the services to support, and expertise to assist the Asset Forfeiture Money Laundering Section (AFMLS) at the Criminal Division with Asset Recovery Support and Compliance Review Support. TeraThink will provide support and assistance with evaluating compliance of equitable sharing policies, assist AFMLS with establishing strategies and managing evaluations of the Equitable Sharing Program and Asset Recovery Program, and help with the development of recommendations to improve operations and changes to equitable sharing processing practices identifying and analyzing trends and requests associated with the use of equitably share funds. Additionally we will assist AFMLS in establishing and enhancing cooperation among federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies by sharing financial proceeds with state and local partners in direct relation with their participation to law enforcement efforts resulting in forfeiture.