This past weekend, the Department of Veterans Affairs held the ribbon cutting ceremony for the long-awaited opening of the Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center in Aurora, Colorado. Insignia is proud to be a part of the transition from the decommissioning hospital to the new facility, providing IT assistance through an all-vet team to retire the old workstations and setup the new equipment for the VA Medical Staff. Their tireless efforts are applauded as we work to improve the lives of vets! Details (pdf)
Newport News, VA., July 23, 2018 – Insignia Technology Services, LLC is sponsoring the Northern Virginia Veteran & Military Family Hiring Expo in Herndon, Virginia on August 28, 2018.
The goal is to give employers and prospective employees throughout the community a chance to meet, discuss job opportunities and find employment. Applicants are encouraged to attend and there is no cost in doing so. If you are a job-seeker and are interested in attending, please consider filling out the OPTIONAL registration. Walk-ins are welcome, and registration is OPTIONAL.
Based on past participation hundreds of positions available ranging from Administrative Assistants, Communication Specialists, Full Time & Seasonal Openings, Guest Services, Management positions, Adjunct Professors & Faculty, Admission Representatives. Military Outreach, Corporate Outreach, Marketing, IT, Financial Aid, Cable Installer Trainees, Security Officers, Management Trainees – Construction, Machine Operators, Retail, Food / Restaurant, Drivers, Dispatchers, Heavy Equipment Operators, Sales and many more.
Hilton Washington Dulles Airport – 13869 Park Center Road – Herndon, VA 20171
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Newport News, VA., July 20, 2018 – Insignia Technology Services, LLC is sponsoring the NVSBE conference in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The 2018 National Veterans Small Business Engagement (NVSBE), this year’s premiere construction event is scheduled for October 31 – November 2, 2018, in New Orleans, Louisiana at the Memorial Convention Center. NVSBE 2018 will focus on the Architecture, Engineering, Construction, and Facilities Maintenance (AECFM) industry. The basis for the focused theme of the Engagement is to address VA’s most critical needs and performance gaps that are listed in VA’s Strategic Capital Investment Planning (SCIP) Process Project List. View the SCIP list.
The Direct Access Program anticipates conducting other ‘focused’ Engagements such as Facilities Supplies and Services; Information Technology Supplies and Services; and Other Supplies and Services next year. Details (pdf)
Newport News, VA., July 18, 2018 – Insignia Technology Services, LLC, a provider of information technology solutions and services to our Federal and Commercial customers, kicks off its annual Internship Program.
This year Insignia welcomes 4 interns from Christopher Newport University, Fordham University, and Radford University. Each one of our interns have a diverse background with concentrations that vary from communications, finance, information systems (IS), and industrial-organizational psychology. Throughout the duration of their internship at Insignia they have supported various domains including: Business Development, Vendor Management, Contracts, and Compliance. Details (pdf)
Newport News, VA., May 30, 2018 – Insignia Technology Services, LLC is sponsoring the 2018 American Red Cross Salute to Services at the McLean Hilton on November 10, 2018. The Red Cross has a long history of preventing and alleviating human suffering in the face of emergencies. Over the last decade, digital and mobile technology has dramatically expanded our ability to help communities and ensure people have critical information when they need it, where they need it and how they need it. The use of modern technology is vital to quickly respond to life’s emergencies, including those affecting our military and veteran families. As technology continues to advance, the Red Cross is able to advance their mission and the ways in which they are networked to provide care for people in our community and in communities around the world.
The funds contributed to the American Red Cross in the National Capital Region’s annual event are transformed into assistance and resources delivered every day in our community. Whether it is a hurricane or a heart attack, a call for blood or a call for help, the American Red Cross is there. The five major lines of service include helping those in need, connecting the armed forces with their families, teaching lifesaving skills, partnering in international services, and collecting, testing and supplying blood for our community. Details (pdf)