The Government Technology & Services Coalition today released its 5th Anniversary Annual Report, a review of activities in 2016 and a look at the people, companies, and organizations that have contributed to the growth and contributions of the Coalition.
In 2011, the Coalition was formed to provide small companies working in homeland and national security a “voice” in the Federal procurement and acquisition process. Since then, the organization has grown to over 130 companies representing small, mid-tier and large companies interested in bringing the best companies to the mission of homeland and national security.
Since GTSC’s inception they have launched numerous programs and initiatives aimed at ACTION. Not more words or platitudes, but tangible efforts to improve how our government finds and engages the innovation represented by GTSC members.
“It is exciting to see the tremendous amount of innovation being applied today within the homeland security sector,” said Michael Chertoff, Executive Chairman and Co-Founder of The Chertoff Group. “It is through innovative technology developments, creative thinking and new approaches – exactly what GTSC members represent – that we are able to bring forward “best-in-class” solutions to help the federal government better protect our homeland and the safety of our citizens.”