TULSA, JULY 27, 2018 — ArdentMC is proud to announce that they have been approved for certification as a “qualified HUBZone small business concern (SBC)” with the U.S. Small Business Administration. ArdentMC is now eligible for HUBZone opportunities and will be included on the list of qualified HUBZone small business concerns found at http://dsbs.sba.gov/dsbs/search/dsp_searchhubzone.cfm.
This standing with the SBA will bring new opportunities to their office in Tulsa, as well as new opportunity and economic growth to Northeast Oklahoma.
ArdentMC is now actively recruiting staff in previously underrepresented labor pools for positions in:
A core service of their Tulsa office is the support of Federal contracts in fields such as Geospatial Information Systems, Cloud Computing, and Drone Services. These capabilities help to provide solutions for our first responders by collecting imagery and data for use in the field.
In addition to their Federal contract work, ArdentMC is expanding commercial operations to provide these same proven solutions to the private sector.
ArdentMC looks forward to growing its team in Tulsa to detect and protect against cybersecurity threats against critical infrastructure and to forward deploy teams to respond to natural and man-made threats against our country. They will lend support where it is needed.
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