speaker with Ed O'Hare at the Congressman Jim Moran Federal Procurement
Conference on April 12, 2000 regarding small business and e-commerce.
speaker at a conference entitled, "You're on the Vender List…Now
What? the next step in selling to big business and the Government",
April 5, 2000.
in the March 1999 Procurement Technical Assistance Program (PTAP) Electronic
Newsletter as "the leading Federal EC/EDI solutions provider",
by Mr. James D. Regan, Director, PTAP.
in the July 1998 and June 2000 Loudoun County Small Business Development
Center newsletter as a 'fast growing new business in Loudoun'.
"Fairfax Chamber of Commerce New Business of the Year" &
"Information Technology Business of the Year" in February
1999 by Mr. Don Cooper, President, 'Guerilla Seminars'
in the January 21, 1999 edition of the Washington Post 'Loudoun County
Extra' as a successful Loudoun based business.
"Information Technology Advisor & Consultant" to the LCSBDC
in February 1999, by Mr. Ted London, Former Executive Director, LCSBDC.
Received a Dun & Bradstreet "Past Performance
Evaluation" 'Overall Rating' of 1.29 against an industry average
of 1.34 (12 businesses were rated). Businesses rated included those
within the ECSI 'SIC' group 7374 including Electronic Data Systems Corporation
(EDS), Paychex, Inc. and Computer Sciences Corporation.
by Dewey Carr, former Manager the FSS/GSA GSA Advantage! Vendor Support
Center as a "leading provider" of GSA Advantage! compliant
EDI & ECAT solutions.
"Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce Entrepreneur of the Year"
in 1997, 1998 and 1999 by Mr. Ted London, Former Executive Director,
Loudoun County Small Business Development Center (LCSBDC).
on WAGE AM 1200 as a guest speaker along with Mr. Ted London, Former
Executive Director, Loudoun County Small Business Development Center
to discuss "Starting a Small Business in Loudoun County".
by Mr. Ted London, former Executive Director, LCSBDC, to appear at the
Northern Virginia Community College as a guest speaker on Entrepreneurship
for the class titled 'Introduction to Business'.
Presented monthly "Federal EC/EDI & GSA Advantage!"
technical discussions regarding the use of EDI and Electronic Catalogs
in the Federal EC Arena. Participants included representatives from
the FSS/GSA EDI Systems, CACI - Federal Systems Group, and the Fairfax
County Electronic Commerce Resource Center (FECRC).