In the News

In the News

In recent months the Dayton Area has been hit with some devastating tragedies.  This past Memorial Day the Dayton (Miami Valley area) was hit with several tornados that destroyed many businesses and homes.  Then in recent days, the Oregon District in Dayton, Ohio was hit with a horrible act of gun violence taking the lives
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FTI’s growth continues with a $47 million SMC contract award. The official Government release was as follows:  “Frontier Technology Inc., Beavercreek, Ohio, has been awarded a $47,246,679 cost-plus-fixed-fee contract for supporting the enterprise ground system and defensive cyber operations. This contract award provides for cross-domain solutions, design, integration and rapid delivery team services. Work will
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FTI was mentioned in the DBJ regarding a recent Navy Award.  We are thankful for FTI’s continued growth and the opportunity to serve our nation’s military. To learn about FTI and our culture, click here. Official Government Award release:  Frontier Technology Inc., Beavercreek, Ohio, is being awarded a $13,236,204 cost-plus-fixed-fee task order (N63394-19-F-0041) under previously
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FTI was mentioned in a 8th July Dayton Business Journal article, “Dayton-area defense contractors carve out their own niche.”  Our CEO, Ron Shroder, stated that FTI’s niche “evolved from the Founder’s passions and areas of expertise. Mr. Shroder said “FTI focuses on being the trusted source for using innovation and data analytics to deliver informed,
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It is with deep appreciation and gratitude that we honor the birthday of our Founder, Lavon Jordan and the anniversary of FTI’s founding.  In May 1985 FTI was incorporated in Santa Barbara, California, by Lavon F. Jordan and Joseph S. Hashem. The official date is 5 May, Lavon’s birthday.  The attached picture from our history
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FTI’s Dayton office was honored to be a part of the Dayton Business Journal’s Best Places to Work Awards last night. To see the full list of nominees click here.
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