Open Technology Group receives Small Business of the Year Award

Today, SAIC announced that Open Technology Group is SAIC’s 2009 Small Business of the Year award winner.  SAIC CEO Walt Havenstein along with Anthony Hess, Senior Vice President presented the award.

“SAIC and OTG have worked together, combining strengths to better serve multiple customers including the Departments of Veterans Affairs, Health and Human Services, and Energy, ” said Hess. “OTG has played a key role in support of SAIC in ensuring the delivery of high quality services to our customers. This is a win-win relationship and beneficial to both parties.”

As a part of SAIC’s Small Business Program, businesses nominate small businesses who are excelling in development, contract performance and other performance based indicators. SAIC has been giving the award since 1998.

“Our relationship with SAIC began over 10 years ago with one contract and has expanded over the years to multiple contracts across numerous federal agencies, ” said Leon Burns, president and CEO of OTG. “We are truly honored and excited to receive this coveted award.”

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