MTSI Selected for Better Business Bureau’s Ethics Award

MTSIModern Technology Solutions Inc. has been chosen by the Better Business Bureau to receive an award that recognizes organizations for building ethical relations with employees, vendors and customers.

MTSI accepted the nonprofit organization’s Torch Award for Ethics in the government contractor category at an awards ceremony held Dec. 13 at the Von Braun Center in Huntsville, Ala., according to a company release.

An independent panel of academic and business representatives selected the winners from more than 275 nominations submitted for the BBB awards program, MTSI says.

BBB also provided scholarship grants to five North Alabama-based students through its Students of Integrity scholarship program.

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