Abacus Technology Joins Hireveterans.com

AbascusAbacus Technology Joins Hireveterans.com the largest online job board for U.S. Veterans in an effort to help our nation’s veterans get back into the workforce.

Abacus Technology was established in 1983 as an independently owned and operated minority business enterprise. Abacus Technology is a successful 8(a) Program graduate, with a 30 year history of outstanding project performance on large, task order type contracts. The business’ reputation for producing and delivering value-added products and services on time and within budget is widely recognized throughout government and industry.

Abacus Technology has a broad range of government and commercial expertise in Network Solutions, Information Assurance, Software Development, Program Management Office Support, Physical Security, and special studies. They are a Microsoft Gold Certified Provider, and operate a test-bed to simulate their clients’ network environments and troubleshoot application software and system installation problems prior to delivery. Many of their employees hold engineering and management certifications and meet eligibility requirements for classified contracts.

Abacus Technology Corporation provides development, installation, deployment, operations, and maintenance of C4I systems and planned technological advancements to the Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF).  Special transportation, housing, travel, and education benefits and incentive awards are available for OCONUS positions.

 

Abacus Technology Corporation also is hiring in many locations throughout the United States.

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