December 11, 2017 – K3 teams with the Salvation Army to support the Angel Tree Project

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Unfortunately, not all families feel the same way about the holiday season. For many families, gift giving is a financial burden that they can’t shoulder. In order to alleviate some of this strain, K3 Solutions LLC (K3) has partnered with the Salvation Army for the Angel Tree Project in Front Royal, Virginia, to make sure that every child’s Christmas is special.

The Angel Tree Project is a personalized holiday assistance program in which an individual sponsor or group sponsor purchases new clothing and toys for a deserving child (or “Angel”) in need. Every year, thousands of families face the possibility that they may not be able to provide their children with Christmas gifts. The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree Program has been running for over 35 years to ensure that these children have a wonderful holiday season with their families. In 2016, The Salvation Army, with the help of numerous generous sponsors, provided holiday gifts to over 14,000 children in the National Capital Area.

This year, K3 employees “adopted” 28 children in Luray, Virginia, with the hopes that on Christmas morning, they will have smiles on their faces, seeing that Santa has come. This fantastic program was created by the Salvation Army, and it utilizes groups and businesses to help make Christmas the most wonderful time of the year for every family.

About the Salvation Army
The Salvation Army is an evangelical part of the Universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

September 26, 2016 – K3 awarded contract with Maryland State Department of Education

K3 Solutions LLC (K3) has been awarded a contract with Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) to provide Section 508 accessibility support. “We are thrilled to add the State of Maryland to our roster of customers and to sumsdepport their mission,” said Victor Koo, Chief Operating Officer. Under this contract, K3 will work with the Division of Curriculum, Assessment, and Accountability to ensure that online courses and other MSDE related digital resources are accessible to individuals with disabilities. This program will enhance the Maryland Virtual Learning Opportunities (MVLO) program managed by the MSDE designed to expand the access of quality online courses and digital resources to Maryland students and educators.

September 21, 2016 – K3 partner Infozen wins $208M contract with DHS USCIS.

dhsK3 is pleased to announce that its prime partner, Infozen, has been awarded a $208 million contract from the Homeland Security Department’s U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Office of Information Technology. InfoZen will be providing support for the migration of the USCIS application development methodology from a traditional waterfall process to an agile environment and from a silo-based development-deploy-support structure to an agile methodology and DevOps framework. K3 is a partner with Infozen on this award and will be leading the Change, Configuration, and Release Management tasks for this program.

June 1, 2016 – USCYBERCOM Contract Award

uscybercomThe General Services Administration to support the United States Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) has awarded this 5‑year, multimillion-dollar prime contract to Parsons to deliver services to support the defensive and offensive cyber missions of USCYBERCOM. K3 Solutions LLC will serve as a HUBZone small business subcontractor supporting Parsons. The scope includes capabilities, knowledge, and expertise in the full range of technologies, cyberspace operations, joint operations planning, and training and exercise services needed to support USCYBERCOM’s operational mission. Work will be performed primarily in the greater Washington, DC, metro area.

January 11, 2016 – K3 provides Administrative Support to NIH

K3 Solutions LLC (K3nih-logo) welcomed a new customer into its expanding business base in the new year, supplying administrative support services on the Long Term Administrative Support Contract II (LTASC II) for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) as part of the winning contract team led by SAI.

LTASC II is an acquisition vehicle available to all Institutes, Centers, and Offices within NIH to obtain commercially provided administrative services on a long-term basis. NIH uses this Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) contract to procure administrative services for a period of at least 12 months on a task order basis. LTASC II, with a contract ceiling of $250M, will support locations in the Washington Metropolitan Area; Baltimore, MD; Arizona; Massachusetts; Michigan; Montana; North Carolina; and Ohio.

With this award, we look forward to establishing a strong relationship with NIH and providing superior administrative support.” Tracy Adcox, Chief Executive Officer.

November 2, 2015 – K3 launches new website with mobile access

K3 Solutions LLC (K3), a leading provider of Information Technology (IT) consulting services, announced the launch of its new company website. The company built the new website on an upgraded WordPress platform, designed by Danny Ferretti. The platform provides a responsive design that is accessible to all different size screens and adapts easily to mobile devices.

Website visitors, primarily Government clients and recruiting candidates, can find information on the company, our services and capabilities, and the mission areas that we support in defense, homeland security and other civilian agencies.

“As K3 expands our service offerings, the new website makes it easier for visitors to search our content by topic or author,” said Victor Koo, Chief Operating Officer. “The platform makes it easy for our clients to access our latest thinking on trends in the mission areas that we focus on.”

October 19, 2015 – K3 helps LinTech Global achieve CMMI Level 3

K3 Solutions LLC (K3) congratulates LinTech Global on successfully achieving a Maturity Level (Managed) rating using the Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) – Development, version 1.3. Barry Liner, K3 CMMI Institute Certified Standard CMMI Appraisal Method for Process Improvement (SCAMPI) Lead Appraiser, led the appraisal team over a five day period. Team members reviewed documented processes and interviewed levels of systems practitioners, software developers, program managers, and company management.

“We are thrilled to have achieved CMMI Maturity Level 3. It is a reflection of our commitment to quality and continuous improvement. Our ability to leverage best practices and repeatable processes means huge value for our customers,” said Ursa Hopkins, LinTech’s Chief Operating Officer.

LinTech Global is an award-winning, ISO 9001:2008 certified, 8(a) certified small business and GSA contract holder providing diversified Information Technology services to both Civilian and Defense agencies. Services include Software Development, Systems Integration, Data Management, Project Management, Operations & Maintenance, Cyber Security, and Training and Audio/Visual (AV) Solutions.

LinTech has received a number of recognitions, including rankings on “Top 50 Companies to Watch”, Washington Technology’s Annual “FAST 50”, and Inc. 500’s List of “Fastest Growing Private Companies”. The LinTech Global team is comprised of individuals who are dedicated to the success and sustainability of customers and their missions. Our combination of technical expertise, big business experience, and small business agility allows LinTech to promptly provide customers with exceptional IT and engineering solutions. Current government customers include the US Army, US Navy, Department of Veteran Affairs, the Federal Aviation Administration, and other federal agencies.

February 27, 2015 – K3 helps TSC achieve CMMI Level 3

K3 Solutions LLC (K3) congratulates Technology Science Corporation (TSC) on successfully achieving a Maturity Level (Managed) rating using the Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) – Development, version 1.3. Barry Liner, K3 CMMI Institute Certified Standard CMMI Appraisal Method for Process Improvement (SCAMPI) Lead Appraiser, led the appraisal team over a five day period. Team members reviewed documented processes and interviewed levels of systems practitioners, software developers, program managers, and company management.

Commenting on this achievement, Michael Syracuse, TSC’s President and CEO, said “This is an important milestone in improving TSC development processes and demonstrates a commitment to delivering superior products to our customers.”

TSC is an employee-owned, high-technology company primarily engaged in providing engineering services to the U.S. Government. These services involve support of systems throughout their life cycles from advanced concept development through operational support. TSC has supported Federal Government, commercial, and international customers for over 40 years. TSC maintains offices in fourteen locations with 400 employees nationwide.

May 1, 2013 – K3 COO elected as Chair for ACT-IAC Emerging Technology SIG

K3 Solutions is proud to announce that Victor Koo, Chief Operating Officer, has been elected to serve as the Chair of ACT-IAC’s Emerging Technology (ET) Shared Interest Group (SIG). The ET SIG’s mission is to identify relevant technologies and share lessons on emerging technology in the federal space and form committees on high-potential technologies that speed deployment within the federal government.
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October 29, 2013 – K3 COO receives ACT-IAC award at Executive Leadership Conference

The American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC) ( today announced that it has awarded ( Victor Koo, Chief Operating Officer of K3 Solutions LLC, the prestigious Rookie of the Year Award for his significant contributions to the federal information technology (IT) community. Mr. Koo was among 11 individuals recognized for their demonstrated leadership and commitment to public service at the ACT-IAC 2013 Executive Leadership Conference (ELC) in Colonial Williamsburg.
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