Charles F. Day & Associates Joins HireVeterans.com

Defense Contractor Looking to Hire Veterans

Charles F. Day & Associates is looking to hire U.S. Veterans Now!  They are mostly a contractor for the Department of Defense and work in the management arena.

‘Charles F. Day & Associates (CF Day) was founded in 1995 by Dr. Charles Day. They are an established provider of program management, life cycle management, logistics management, and business improvement services.  Their primary customer is the Department of Defense.

Mission-driven and family-focused, CF Day achieved recognition as the top Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Business (SDVOB) in Iowa by DiversityBusiness.com. In 2009, INC 500 recognized CF Day as the 90th fastest growing company in the nation. CF Day is headquartered in Davenport, Iowa, near Rock Island Arsenal, IL, with administrative offices in Lawton, OK, W. Lafayette, IN, Phoenix, AZ, and Woodbridge, VA. 

Their company is mainly composed of former military, family members of military or former military, and retired Department of Defense civilians. Seventy-five percent of our employees are veterans. CF Day has a core commitment to our national defense and our nation’s defenders and to being a socially responsible member of the communities in which we work.’

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