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News & Insights

Press Release

NetCentrics Wins Comparably Award for Best Company to Work for in Washington, D.C.

by Katie McCaskey
NetCentrics ranks in the Top 5% of companies in the District of Columbia and the National Capital Region, as rated by employees.

Thought Leadership

NetCentrics Wins 2021 Comparably “Best Place to Work in Washington, D.C.” Award

by Katie McCaskey
In four categories – CEO, Executive Team, Compensation, and Happiness – NetCentrics ranked in the top 5% of area companies.

Press Release

Aglio Named CFO of NetCentrics, Ushers in New Period of Expansion for Trusted Government Contractor

by Katie McCaskey
Holly Aglio is the company’s new Chief Financial Officer.

Employee Spotlight

Building a Well-Rounded Career at NetCentrics

by Katie McCaskey
What makes Melissa somewhat unusual is her longevity with the company. Loyalty between employee and employer is increasingly uncommon, even in the government contracting space.

Thought Leadership

A Year in Business Development at NetCentrics

by Harry Aderton
LinkedIn reminded me recently that its been a year since joining NetCentrics.

Employee Spotlight

The Government Requests the Services of “Mighty Mouse”

by Katie McCaskey
Ashley Sanders is one of a handful of individuals whose previous work at NetCentrics made such a strong impression that the government specifically requested her contribution on a follow-up contract.

Thought Leadership

Celebrating a Strong Q1 2021

by Lawrence O'Connor
"I appreciate how everyone continues to work diligently to make our systems robust and our customers happy."

Employee Spotlight

Data Security: Centerpiece of Cybersecurity

by Katie McCaskey
"I got into cybersecurity because I wanted the ability to protect the systems and services I engineered and implemented."

Thought Leadership

Announcing Our New Company Branding and Website

by Katie McCaskey
Our new branding, logo, and website to better reflect our embrace of emerging technologies.

Thought Leadership

Training A&A Analysts to Act and Think Like CND Professionals – Improving Assessment and Authorization Recommendations for Authorizing Officials

by Katie McCaskey
By Marcus Norman History For years, Assessment and Authorization (A&A) analysts have held an important job – deciding which applications and systems can connect to a network by assessing the potential risks new systems introduce.