"Vetegrity does a good job at getting ahead of contract staffing requirements, and reallocating personnel around to meet demand."
Each year, AFCEA’s Central Maryland Chapter (CMD) sponsors its STEM Kickstarter program, which provides grants in the range of $500 - $5000 to schools in the central Maryland region. Kickstarter grants are primarily awarded for initiatives focused on STEM related disciplines of Technology, Engineering and Math.
In December, Vetegrity LLC, on behalf of AFCEA CMD chapter, awarded Meade Middle School its first Kickstarter grant which will be used to fund the school’s new 3D printer.
Vetegrity rebrands and launches its website. A special thanks to Samantha, Amy, Robyn, and Melissa!
Vetegrity expands into a new office space neighboring Fort George G. Meade, Maryland to support the rapid growth of the Federal/DoD Division.
Vetegrity was awarded a competitive single-award, IDIQ contract for Computer-Aided Drafting and Engineering support with the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA).
Vetegrity was awarded a competitive single-award contract, providing Data Center Management support services for an Intelligence Community agency.
Vetegrity was awarded a 15-year, competitive IDIQ contract with the State of Maryland. The Consulting and Technical Services Plus (CATS+) contract enables Maryland State government to procure IT consulting and technical services in a timely and economical manner.
Vetegrity welcomes Kenneth Foxton as a principal of Vetegrity. Mr. Foxton brings substantial business growth experience within the Intelligence Community.
Vetegrity was competitively selected to provide services to an agency of the Federal Government within the Intelligence Community
Vetegrity is pleased to announce the award of a Prime Contract under the NAVSEA SeaPort-e program.
Vetegrity was awarded a $2.4 million dollar contract to provide equipment and services for a Department of Defense agency.