16Oct 2015

ITG Awarded Contract to Support Single Point Study Analysis of the Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology Program Executive Offices Headquarters Organizations

Interactive Technologies Group Inc. (ITG) announced today it has been awarded a single-award, Firm Fixed Price contract with a $853K ceiling value to for the performance of Manpower Single Point Studies at the Pentagon, Washington, DC and alternate locations in support of Assistant Secretary of the Army for Acquisition, Logistics and Technology (ASAALT), Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Plans, Programs and Resources (DASA(PPR)).

This two-year contract represents both new and continuing work for ITG, growing the company presence in its Human Capital Consulting market area. Manpower Requirements Determination is a core business offering for ITG whose founders were practitioners and instructors at the Army Management Engineering College located at Rock Island Arsenal prior to leaving Government service to found ITG in 1996.

Under this contract, this effort directly supports key military missions required by the Department of Defense Strategic Guidance and impacts Program Executive Office (PEO) headquarters for Enterprise Information Systems/EIS; Aviation/AVN,; Missiles & Space/MS; Intelligence, Electronic Warfare & Sensors/IEWS; Command, Control, Communications Tactical/C3T; Combat Support, Combat Service Support/CS/CSS; Ground Combat Systems/GCS; and Simulation, Training and Instrumentation/STRI. Additionally, ITG has been tasked with completing a single point study for the Army Research Development and Engineering Command.

As part of this effort, ASAALT is developing Army Acquisition Workforce manning structures to produce or enhance manpower requirements to facilitate forecasting and validating of U.S. Army manpower requirements. Ultimately, these functions will be integrated to predict workforce requirements across the Army acquisition workforce; gaining optimal staffing for future capabilities and skill sets.

ITG will provide: planning, analytical, operational and technical support services to conduct single point manpower studies, providing Army Senior Leaders strategic manpower-related analytical justification when planning, organizing, and competing for resources for critical manpower requirements.

21Apr 2015

                  DISA- Friday, April 10, 2015

DISA

 

On Friday, April 19, 2015, ITG CEO and President, Mark Newsome, attended the Ubiquitous Universal Understanding (U3) of DISA program (Introduction into DISA and Small Business 101) to be able to further our marketing and Agency targets.

06Feb 2015

ITG attended Department of Labor Vendor Outreach Session-January 21st, 2015

To increase the U.S. Department of Labor’s utilization of all types of small businesses, the Department’s Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) sponsors Small Business Vendor Outreach Sessions (VOS). These sessions offer small businesses the opportunity to market their capabilities directly to OSDBU and agency program officials and learn about potential Department procurement opportunities. Conversely, Department procurement officials can learn more about the diverse small business resources available to meet their procurement needs.

06Feb 2015

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In August 2014, TrainingMag posted an article from David Wentworth, Senior Learning Analyst, and Mollie Lombardi, VP, Workforce Management Practice, Brandon Hall Group, on his 5 trends for the future of learning and development.

5 TRENDS FOR THE FUTURE OF LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT

Five key trends and best practices that companies should consider include the use of mobile technology, adoption of social learning tools, alignment with corporate objectives, use of adaptive learning principles, and the ability to measure effectiveness.

Read The Full Article Below:

2015 Learning and Development Trends

 

12Nov 2014

 

ITG is set to attend the National Veterans Small Business Engagement in Atlanta, GA on December 9-11.

NVSBE attracts thousands of VOSBs to connect with federal agencies, commercial corporations, and prime contractors, among other partners to foster success. With greater opportunities for direct access and exposure to contracting and program specialists, NVSBE welcomes you to make the connections necessary to succeed in today’s competitive contracting environment.

This year’s NVSBE theme—Access—provides attendees an unprecedented level of engagement that helps small businesses, particularly Veterans, compete for and win business.