ALEXANDRIA, Va., March 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — SBG Technology Solutions, an industry leader that is one of the fastest growing engineering and information technology service providers in the United States, has attained ISO 9001-2015 quality management system certification. ISO 9001 certification provides evidence to customers, suppliers, employees, and the community of SBG’s commitment to quality service and customer satisfaction.

ISO 9001:2015 is process-based. The certification recognizes organizations that can link business objectives with operating effectiveness. Companies that achieve management system certification to ISO 9001:2015 have demonstrated a commitment to customers through effective implementation of documentation and records management, adoption of clear policy, application of rigorous planning and implementation processes, adherence to sound resource management principles, and establishment of efficient process controls supported by an effective measurement and analysis system.

“Our team has embraced the implementation of the ISO management system, and we are committed to continually improving the services we offer to our customers,” said Carlos Del Toro, CEO of SBG. “We felt that obtaining this certification was a logical step in improving processes throughout the organization and continuing to measure how we can do better to increase our customers’ satisfaction with our services.”

About SBG Technology Solutions
SBG Technology Solutions, Inc. is a nationwide provider of IT solutions, program management services, enterprise engineering support, cyber security services, software development services, intelligence services, call center technology and services, and training to federal and commercial clients. A representative sample of the company’s clients includes the Army National Guard, the Defense Health Agency, the Defense Intelligence Agency, the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, the Department of Health and Human Services, the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Transportation Security Administration, and the U.S. Navy.

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ALEXANDRIA, Va., Feb. 21, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — SBG Technology Solutions, an industry leader and one of the fastest growing engineering and information technology service providers in the United States, recently announced that Bobbie Peterson will head its Health Solutions Division. Reporting to CEO Carlos Del Toro, Ms. Peterson will support SBG’s clients in Healthcare Transformation and will work to further expand the company’s Healthcare business line especially as it relates to the SDVOSB Prime Contractor role on the Department of Veterans Affairs T4NG vehicle. SBG has been a reliable partner to VA since 2009. Our established relationship with VA consists of more than 20 projects, and includes support of strategic high-profile transformational initiatives ranging from VistA Scheduling Enhancements to VistA Evolution and Enrollment Health Benefits Determination modernization.

Ms. Peterson brings more than 20 years of diverse experience in business development, service delivery, and project management to her leadership position with SBG. She has played key roles in federal health IT and biomedical research business acquisition and has led teams awarded nearly a billion dollars during the past two decades by departments including Veterans Affairs, Health and Human Services, and Defense Health Agency. Her support of VA is based on leveraging successful relevant progress to advance areas such as VistA Evolution, Medical Scheduling, Immunization, Clinical Decision Support, and Meaningful Use.

Ms. Peterson’s continued commitment to advancing health IT includes participation in Health Information Management and Systems Society (HIMSS), Open Source Electronic Health Record Agent (OSEHRA) and Project Management Institute (PMI), where she leverages best practice knowledge gained from these industry professional organizations. She holds a MS in Information Systems Technology Management from George Washington University and is recognized as both a certified Project Management Professional and a Certified Professional in Healthcare and Information Management Systems.

“Ms. Peterson joins our team during a time of strategic corporate growth and expansion of our healthcare portfolio,” said Carlos Del Toro, CEO of SBG. “Her detailed understanding of health IT needs in an evolving federal landscape will allow us to better align with the strategic goals and objectives of our customers.”

About SBG Technology Solutions
SBG Technology Solutions, Inc. is a nationwide provider of IT solutions; program management services; enterprise engineering; cyber security services, software development, intelligence services, call center technology and services; and training to federal and commercial clients. A representative sample of our clients include the: Department of Veterans Affairs; Health and Human Services Agency, Defense Health Agency; U.S. Navy; Army National Guard, Defense Intelligence Agency, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, and the Transportation Security Administration.

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – October 7, 2016 – SBG Technology Solutions is proud to announce the successful completion of a requirements development project for the Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB), a division of the Health Resources Services Administration (HRSA). This important project, which was completed ahead of schedule through SBG’s Healthcare Transformation and Benefit Services Division, will provide improved operating efficiencies to programs that positively impact the lives of children, families and communities nationwide.

MCHB’s new system will lead to better outcomes for women and their families. The HRSA Home Visiting Program provides families, particularly those considered at-risk, with crucial resources and skills needed to raise children who are physically, socially, and emotionally healthy. It dispenses services that improve family stability, child health and safety as well as school readiness. Through regular home visits, families also learn how to procure better opportunities for themselves and their children.
The new Home Visiting Information System (HVIS) will significantly improve MCHB’s ability to gather, analyze and evaluate grant data. It will also enable a more efficient grant review process allowing HRSA to identify and support valuable grant programs. SBG gathered, analyzed, and documented requirements for the new web-based Home Visiting Information System, and provided architectural, data, and cost models to support the development of a more effective system.

About SBG Technology Solutions

SBG Technology Solutions, Inc., one of the fastest growing and leading technology and program management focused companies in the United States, is a nationwide provider of IT solutions; program management services; enterprise engineering; call center technology and services; and training to federal and commercial clients. A representative sample of our clients include the: The Department of Health and Human Services, Department of Veterans Affairs; Defense Health Agency; U.S. Navy; Army National Guard, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, and the Transportation Security Administration.
Additional information about SBG can be found at http://www.sbgts.com/

ALEXANDRIA, Va.September 15, 2016 – SBG Technology Solutions, one of the fastest growing and leading technology and program management focused companies in the United States, through its Healthcare Transformation and Benefit Services Division, has been awarded the Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) Transformation Twenty-One Total Technology Next Generation (T4NG) contract vehicle.

About T4NG

The highly sought after T4NG is a 10 year, indefinite delivery, and indefinite quantity contract with a ceiling of $22.3 billion over 10 years, awarded to a total of 28 companies, small and large. The T4NG program was developed to give VA and other federal agencies the ability to acquire worldwide information technology (IT) services that will help ensure timely delivery of health care and benefits to our nation’s Veterans. SBG and its teaming partners will now have an even greater opportunity to deliver healthcare transformational technology and services across numerous T4NG functional areas: Program Management, Strategy, Enterprise Architecture and Planning Support; Systems/Software Engineering; Software Technology Demonstration and Transition; Test & Evaluation (T&E); Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V); Enterprise Network; Enterprise Management Framework; Operations and Maintenance (O&M); Cyber Security; Training; and IT Facilities.
At a recent gathering to announce this major award, Carlos Del Toro, the founder and President of SBG Technology Solutions and also a 27 year Navy Combat Veteran, captured the enthusiasm shared by all SBG associates by commenting, “The SBG Team is deeply honored to receive this award and we look forward to utilizing this vehicle in a greater capacity to continue providing VA and other government agencies the healthcare IT and benefit services needed worldwide to fulfill the commitment to our nation’s Veterans and their families. We look forward to substantially expanding our services to deliver the best possible experience along the entire continuum of care.”

Come Visit us at the Department of Veterans Affairs National Small Business Veterans Engagement in Minneapolis, St. Paul on 1-3 November, 2016 https://nvsbe16.mybusinessmatches.com/

SBG Technology Solutions, Inc. will be exhibiting at this year’s event. Please join us to discuss teaming and capture opportunities at Booth # 425. We will be wanting to meet with large and small companies to explore opportunities together moving forward. Those interested should contact Karen Kimbro at 703-299-9093 or kkimbro@sbgts.com to schedule a matchmaking session with us ahead of the engagement.

About SBG Technology Solutions

SBG Technology Solutions, Inc. is a nationwide provider of IT solutions; program management services; enterprise engineering; call center technology and services; and training to federal and commercial clients. A representative sample of our clients include the: Department of Veterans Affairs; Health and Human Services Agency, Defense Health Agency; U.S. Navy; Army National Guard, Defense Threat reduction Agency, and the Transportation Security Administration.
Additional information about SBG can be found at www.SBGTS.com Follow us @sbgts.

20 Mar 2013

Top Business in America

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ALEXANDRIA, Va. – March 18, 2013 – SBG Technology Solutions Inc., one of the fastest growing and leading information technology service providers in the United States, was recently recognized in three categories as a “Top Business in America” by DiversityBusiness.com.

SBG was named as a Top 100 Disabled Veteran-Owned Businesses in the U.S., Top 100 Diversity-Owned Businesses in Virginia and Top 100 Privately-Held Businesses in Virginia, for the company’s innovation and vision in leading, growing and fostering a culture of excellence. The latest DiversityBusiness.com announcement is the company’s third consecutive year of recognition.

“It is certainly an honor to be named among the best in the country,” said Carlos Del Toro, CEO of SBG. “This recognition will only inspire us to further innovate, provide the best services to our clients and make our resolve stronger to always embrace the best business practices for our community.”

“Top Businesses in America” is a program established in 1999 to recognize and honor individuals who have established themselves as a world-class community of entrepreneurs that continue to transform the economy and the way of living. The program also celebrates and supports the businesses it recognizes.

About SBG Technology Solutions
SBG Technology Solutions is one of the fastest growing and leading information technology service providers in the United States. INC 500 featured SBG in its 2010 and 2011 listings of the fasting growing small businesses and ranked SBG in the top 20 of government service providers in 2011. Founded in 2004, SBG provides innovative and cost effective technology solutions to federal agencies and commercial clients including the Army, Army National Guard, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, Federal Voting Assistance Program and the Navy. In 2011, SBG was selected as a U.S. Chamber of Commerce Blue Ribbon winner, recognizing the company for its innovation and excellent business practices. SBG received the Small Business Diversity Award and was selected as the 2011 Small 8A Business of the Year for SBA Region III (D.C., Md. and Va.). Additional information about SBG can be found at http://www.sbgts.com/.

February 27, 2013 – SBG proudly supports the Twenty-First Century Medical Scheduling Contest with the Department of Veterans Affairs, a key component of the VA’s transformation of its approach to information technology. The antithesis of the traditional internally focused approach to IT, the contest is an outreach to the technical community at large seeking the very best ideas and capabilities available. Underscoring the VA’s commitment to open source software, this outreach is focused on the two primary goals of assessing the current state of the art in medical scheduling and providing a conduit by which the VA can access the creativity and innovative capacity of the software development community. SBG supports this initiative by providing a variety of comprehensive contest support services.

Navy Open Architecture
SBG Technology Solutions supports the Navy Open Systems Architecture team in designing and implementing a strategy for maximizing the benefits of open source engineering. SBG provides strategic planning, change management and administrative support to expand open architecture principles and awareness amongst Navy engineers, program managers and contracting officers.

Navy PEO Space Systems
SBG supports PEO Space Systems with engineering and technical services to bolster technical support of open architecture efforts to reduce acquisition cost and improve project efficiency. SBG supports the Information Technology Functional Solutions Analysis effort, a Department of Defense level working group, with the ongoing development of the Software Reconfigurable Payloads concept, designed to rapidly insert new capability into existing satellites systems.

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February 11, 2013

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – January 7, 2013 – SBG Technology Solutions, Inc., one of the fastest growing and leading information technology service providers in the United States, announced the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) has awarded SBG four separate contracts since September 2012 to support the mission of the VA and U.S. veterans. These contracts span a variety of technical areas and capitalize on SBG’s proven IT, training and research capabilities.

Through the four contracts, SBG will design a study on the role nutrition plays in the wellness of veterans, provide technical and engineering support for the integration of VA mobile applications, design and develop an enterprise risk registry system, and provide software evaluation services.

“SBG is excited to help support the Veterans Affairs’ mission,” said Carlos Del Toro, CEO of SBG. “As a veteran myself, I take seriously the effort dedicated to supporting those serving and those who have served. We are thrilled to utilize our IT expertise to help the Department of Veterans Affairs provide better services to our nation’s veterans.”

In addition to the four new VA projects, SBG continues its work in support of an array of clients including the Army National Guard, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, Navy and Department of Homeland Security.

About SBG Technology Solutions
SBG Technology Solutions is one of the fastest growing and leading information technology service providers in the United States. INC 500 featured SBG in its 2010 and 2011 listings of the fasting growing small businesses and ranked SBG in the top 20 of government service providers in 2011. Founded in 2004, SBG provides innovative and cost effective technology solutions to federal agencies and commercial clients including the Army, Army National Guard, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, Federal Voting Assistance Program and the Navy. In 2011, SBG was selected as a U.S. Chamber of Commerce Blue Ribbon winner, recognizing the company for its innovation and excellent business practices. SBG received the Small Business Diversity Award and was selected as the 2011 Small 8A Business of the Year for SBA Region III (D.C., Md. and Va.). Additional information about SBG can be found at http://www.sbgts.com/.

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – February 11, 2013 – SBG Technology Solutions Inc., one of the fastest growing and leading information technology service providers in the United States, was recently awarded a Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) contract to develop a web based enterprise risk registry system to aid the VA in the identification and mitigation of risk.

The system will be designed, developed and implemented by SBG and support the risk management needs of the Veterans Health Administration. The application will integrate all risks identified by project teams across the enterprise and allow the recording, registry, monitoring, reporting, evaluating and modeling of risks for the VA.

With this new contract, SBG builds upon its long-standing partnership with the VA. Other contracts in support of Veterans Affairs include designing a study on the role nutrition plays in the wellness of Veterans, providing technical and engineering support for the integration of VA mobile applications and providing software evaluation services.

“Our continued work with the VA is something I am particularly proud of,” said Carlos Del Toro, CEO of SBG. “Risk management is an essential management function of any organization and we look forward to supporting the VA in this critical capacity.”
Effective risk management is essential to the VA’s continued ability to successfully provide for our nation’s Veterans and SBG is proud to support such an important initiative.

About SBG Technology Solutions
SBG Technology Solutions is one of the fastest growing and leading information technology service providers in the United States. INC 500 featured SBG in its 2010 and 2011 listings of the fasting growing small businesses and ranked SBG in the top 20 of government service providers in 2011. Founded in 2004, SBG provides innovative and cost effective technology solutions to federal agencies and commercial clients including the Army, Army National Guard, Defense Threat Reduction Agency, Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of Defense, Department of Homeland Security, Federal Voting Assistance Program and the Navy. In 2011, SBG was selected as a U.S. Chamber of Commerce Blue Ribbon winner, recognizing the company for its innovation and excellent business practices. SBG received the Small Business Diversity Award and was selected as the 2011 Small 8A Business of the Year for SBA Region III (D.C., Md. and Va.). Additional information about SBG can be found at http://www.sbgts.com/.

December 14, 2012

Speech at the retirement party of Mr. Harry Henry and Mr. Luis La Rosa
Windjammer Ballroom, Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay
12/14/2012 11:00 a.m.

It is often the case that the first to achieve success is often the one who receives the recognition. The first man on the moon, the first female Nobel Prize laureate, the first African American president. Today we honor two different, but equally important individuals. The last of a breed – a duo of hard-working Cuban commuters venturing day-in and day-out, across a no-man’s land and through fenced borders to go to work every day. To Mr. Henry and Mr. La Rosa, your distinguished career is cherished by those of us who have come to know you as peers and friends. We wish you a wonderful retirement. You’ve earned it. Congratulations. Muchas Felicidades

I extend my deepest gratitude and appreciation to all of you for the invitation to speak this day, in recognition of these two very special people for their remarkably long and distinguished service to the United States.

To Captain Blaisdell, Captain Head, Captain Leary, Captain Cannon, and Captain Buehn, thank you for being here today to recognize Mr. Henry and Mr. La Rosa’s service and celebrate their careers. And most importantly to the families of the retirees, both Mr. Henry and Mr. La Rosa have their spouses and generations of children and grandchildren present today. As a father of four boys, I know nothing makes you more proud than having your children by your side at this moment of accomplishment. Bienvinedos.

As a Cuban refugee who immigrated to the United States some 50 years ago, the return to Cuba – Naval Station Guantanamo – is and always will be very special. But today I return, as I have countless times throughout my naval career, under very different circumstances than when I first left as an infant. Shortly after the revolution, my family fled to the United States in search of freedom and liberty. In 1962 we left seeking new opportunities in a country where reward lies for those who work for it, and where everyone gets a fair shot. We found that in America.

Through the hard work and sacrifice of my parents, I was able to attend the Naval Academy, serve the country I love for 26 proud years, and now work in support of our veterans and nation.

Mr. Henry and Mr. La Rosa, our careers are far more similar than different. We worked hard and dedicated ourselves to a cause: selfless service to the mission of the U.S. government and to this base. We seek to work hard to support ourselves and our families and to provide a better life for our children and theirs than we had ourselves. Through the political cloud in which we live, whether by our choice, or not, we recognize shared values transcendent of what we cannot control and embracive of what we can: love for family, hard work, commitment.

The journey has not always been easy, and yet you have met challenge with dignity, gaining the respect of many, including myself.

At one time, thousands of Cubans worked on this base. After the revolution, only hundreds remained. The last two that we honor today are amongst a robust pedigree of Cubans working hard to support this base. From welders to plumbers, supply and stock clerks, technicians, and many more, Cuban commuters have participated in substantial ways to the base and the success of the U.S. mission.

Not only do we recognize Mr. Henry and Mr. La Rosa as the longest-serving Cuban commuters, but to be frank, as two of the longest-serving men to the United States government in the history of our country.

As it says in your program, on December 31st, Mr. Henry will have served a total of 61 years, 8 months and one day to the United States government. Mr. La Rosa will have served a total of 53 years, 10 months and 10 days to the United States government. Bien hecho.

While this service marks your final days, your grand finale – I cannot but help to remember my own retirement day. After serving the Navy and the United States for 26 years, brief in comparison to that of Mr. Henry and Mr. La Rosa, I sat in a similar venue, similarly arranged. And, what I do remember most, what sticks out and has stayed with me ever since, was a feeling I will never forget – one of true accomplishment, success, and satisfaction.

But through the sincere feelings of appreciation for so many people who helped me along the way, most of whom never realized their impact on my development, my education, and my career, one feeling, one message stuck in my head my above all others – I knew I made a difference.

Mr. Henry, Mr. La Rosa: I know just how you feel. I know you both have made a difference in the lives of many, including many in this very room.

Today we give thanks to the special relationship we have with both of you, and the countless other Cubans, commuters and exiles, who have worked by our side for so many years. I thank you deeply for your service. I do pray that our paths will cross again soon, as free men in a world absent of those things that divide us.

I close today with the words of Jose Marti in the same spirit as our nation and this base began. “Sólo la opresión debe temar el ejercicio pleno de las libertades.” “Only oppression should fear the full exercise of freedom.”

Col., I thank you for being here today. This program is a perfect example of how two nations can collaborate together, despite their differences, for the betterment of all humanity.

In celebration, we again recognize our honorees, thank you for your selfless labor to our cause, and wish you the very best of every day of your retirement. Congratulations.

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – July 26, 2012 – Five Hundred companies were awarded and chosen as the 2012 HispanicBusiness Top 500. The HispanicBusiness Top 500 award shows the impact the company has had on America’s corporate world.

“For nearly three decades, the HispanicBusiness 500® has served as a barometer of the U.S. Hispanic economy. The 500 directory highlights a range of successful companies (HispanicBusiness).” SBG is proud to have once again made the list, with its hard work, and dedication to becoming a leader within its industry.

“In documenting the progress of Hispanic entrepreneurs, the HispanicBusiness 500® has given a voice to small business entrepreneurs. For all those involved in the U.S. Hispanic economy, the HispanicBusiness 500® provides a measure of performance and progress (HispanicBusiness).”

SBG Technology Solutions is one of the twenty-two companies that made the HispanicBusiness Top 500 list from the state of Virginia.

“It’s an extraordinary honor in today’s tough business environment to be recognized for the great work our team has accomplished. My business associates have performed extremely well in working with our clients to support their very important needs. We pride ourselves in providing quality support to our customers, and that alone makes all the difference in the world. I couldn’t be more proud of them!” -President & CEO, Carlos Del Toro

HispanicBusiness established itself back in 1983. “Looking back, the nation’s Hispanic population was a third its current size (HispanicBusiness).” Now in 2012, “In addition to providing current business-related news, HispanicBusiness covers the growth of the U.S. Hispanic market, economic trends within the Americas, best business practices, and career development opportunities, delivering research-driven content to the nation’s top policy makers and power brokers (HispanicBusiness).” It is an honor and a privilege to be ranked amongst the best on the HispanicBusiness Top 500 list.


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