Tag Archives: military veteran

Senseonics, Geo-Med Partner to Provide Glucose Monitoring Tool for Veterans

Senseonics Holdings and service-disabled veteran-owned small business Geo-Med have teamed up to provide over 9M veterans and U.S. government employees access to an implantable device built to monitor glucose levels in patients with diabetes. Senseonics said Thursday its Eversense continuous glucose monitoring system uses a fluorescence-based sensor, a mobile application and a smart transmitter for data communication.

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Vectrus Designated ‘Military Friendly’ Employer for 2018; Chuck Prow Comments

Vectrus has been named to Victory Media‘s 2018 Military Friendly Employer list in recognition of the company’s hiring and retention programs for U.S. service members transitioning from active duty to the civilian workforce. Chuck Prow, CEO and president of Vectrus and a four-time Wash100 winner, said in a statement released Thursday military …

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Sehlke Consulting Named to Inc. Magazine’s 50 ‘Fastest-Growing’ Vet-Owned Companies List

Sehlke Consulting has been included in the Inc. magazine’s list of the 50 “fastest-growing” U.S. veteran-owned companies. The Arlington, Va.-based consulting firm said it landed the 18th spot on the Vet50 list that is based on last year’s Inc. 5000/500 ranking of the country’s fastest-growing private businesses. CEO Chad Sehlke said …

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Retired Army Gen. John Campbell Named NS2 Serves Chairman

John Campbell, a retired U.S. Army general, has been named chairman of a SAP National Security Services-backed nonprofit organization. He will succeed Joseph Kernan, a retired U.S. Navy vice admiral who was confirmed by the Senate as defense undersecretary for intelligence in November, as chairman of NS2 Serves, the nonprofit …

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Nicole Gardner: IBM Looks to Hire 2K More Military Veterans

Nicole Gardner, a vice president of IBM’s global business services division, has said the company intends to employ 2,000 additional veterans, Park Cities People reported Tuesday. Gardner said during a panel discussion on the “Keeping America’s Promise” program that veterans are great team players and contribute to companies through their problem-solving skills. …

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Rockwell Collins Recognized for Work With Veteran-Owned Suppliers

Rockwell Collins is one of 25 U.S.-based companies that have received recognition under the National Veteran-Owned Business Association’s 2017 Military Friendly Supplier Diversity Program. The association included Rockwell Collins in the list of companies published in the Vetrepreneur magazine for including veteran-owned businesses into supplier diversity programs, the company said Wednesday. Vetrepreneur …

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ManTech Named 2017 ‘Best Company for Veterans’ by Monster.com

ManTech International has won the “Best Company for Veterans” recognition for the second year in a row from online employment platform Monster.com. The company ranked first on Monster.com’s list of 10 finalists for veteran recruitment and retention practices, ManTech said Monday. “ManTech has a longstanding commitment to hiring former members …

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Sandia Labs’ Program Aims to Offer Career Opportunities for Battlefield-Injured Military Personnel

Two U.S. Army female veterans from Albuquerque, New Mexico, have become the first women to join a Sandia National Laboratories-run career development initiative for injured soldiers in the battlefield. Iraq war veterans Gabrielle Holcomb and Lindsey Kibler joined the Wounded Warrior Career Development Program that aims to hire injured military personnel …

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