Chartis Federal continued its winning ways in the first half of 2020, adding multiple new contract vehicles to drive future growth. Major additions include GSA OASIS Small Business On-Ramp and the NOAA Mission Information Technology Services (NMITS) contracts. Chartis also earned a spot on the NIH CIO-SP3 SB On-Ramp, though that award is under protest and on hold. The firm won new work under the DOI FieldCom IDIQ, earning more work supporting the National Parks Service where the team will be upgrading the land mobile radio system components at Assateague Island National Seashore in Maryland and Virginia.
“CIO-SP3 in April, GSA OASIS in May, and now...excited to learn our CTA with IT Coalition is on a short list of awardees,” says Brian Creswick, Chief Operations Officer. “These new contract vehicles position us for real growth in the coming years. They will allow us to greatly expand our service offerings to new customers.”
New contracts mean there is plenty of new work, and Chartis continues to focus on adding new personnel to meet these needs. The organization is hiring talented IT/network engineers, LMR technicians, and program/project managers. To see the full list of current openings, visit https://jobs.lever.co/chartisfederal.
About Chartis Federal: Chartis Federal is a systems engineering and integration firm that specializes in mission-critical IT and communications for law enforcement, homeland security, and defense. We have served as the prime contractor for over $100M of task order awards, and today have more than 100 staff in 18 states providing services and solutions across the globe. With year-over-year growth, Chartis has been a member of the Washington Technology FAST 50 two times and ranked on the Inc. 5000 five consecutive years.