RESTON, VA, JULY 27, 2018 — Ardent Management Consulting, Inc. an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Advanced Level Public Sector Partner and Solutions Provider and geospatial technology firm, with locations in Tulsa, Oklahoma and Reston, Virginia, announced today receipt of the US Small Business Administration’s (SBA) HUBZone Designation for businesses that participate in the Historically Underutilized Business Zone (HUBZone) program.
“ArdentMC is thrilled to be recertified by the SBA in their HUBZone program. We look forward to continuing to support our Federal and Commercial clients through our cloud technology center in Tulsa, Oklahoma” noted President and CEO, Brandon LaBonte. “Our team of highly skilled technical resources in Tulsa are augmented with a national team from Maui, Hawaii to the DC metro area.”
ArdentMC serves over 30 distinct federal government clients in the areas of mapping technology, remote sensing, drone operation, cloud migration and cloud managed services. With over 150 employees, ArdentMC is unique in the HUBZone program with respect to our significant size, scope, and experience.
The SBA HUBZone program, designed to limit competition for certain government contracts to businesses in historically underutilized business zones, gives preferential consideration to those businesses in full and open competition. As a HUBZone certified company with a Small Disadvantaged Business designation, ArdentMC now has access to federal set-aside and sole source contracts, which in turn advances the federal government’s effort to spur economic growth in economically challenged areas. These preferences go to small businesses that obtain HUBZone certification in part by employing staff who live in a HUBZone.
ArdentMC is a small business information technology (IT) firm, appraised at CMMI-Dev Level 3 with offices in Reston, VA, Washington D.C., and Tulsa, OK. ArdentMC brings a significant record of work supporting USCIS in its adoption of Agile architecture, management, and development. ArdentMC also works with the Geospatial Management Office (GMO) in support of geospatial objectives through its ongoing contract engagements on the National Operations Center (NOC) Common Operating Picture (COP) and the Geospatial Information Infrastructure (GII). Each of these programs focuses on information sharing and collaboration. For more information on ArdentMC visit www.ardentmc.com