FTI’s culture is led by the 4 Cs: Core Values, Commitment, Compassion, and Charity.  Charity is the FTI 4th C, loving your neighbor in times of need, supporting our veterans, and helping children.  During these uncertain times of great need, FTI has made a couple of responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.  We have supported local food banks in our office locations, and we have given support to the First Responders through the Troopster organization in Virginia.

Military nonprofit, Troopster, is poised to help America’s COVID-19 front line heroes by sending PPE medical essential kits.
The outreach plans to raise enough contributions to send 50,000 medical kits containing PPE equipment, protein bars, snacks, and other items to Covid-19 caretakers across the country.

For more on how you too can be a part of this effort, click here.

FTI continues to grow and expand its footprint across the United States with various defense customers.  Frontier Technology was recently awarded a $12M contract with the Naval Information Warfare Center Pacific.  This contract is a Phase III Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract for the procurement of airborne systems decision life cycle planning and analysis methods and tools. (FTI’s San Diego’s office pictured above)

This is a great opportunity to expand upon our partnership within the Navy sector while providing new job opportunities in our growing San Diego market.   The services under this contract support wide-ranging initiatives, including information technology capabilities, communications, engineering, analysis, planning, assessment, design, hardware and software, operations, and administration of network and communications systems for NIWCP.

To read more in the Dayton Business Journal click here: http://bizj.us/1q2g3e

Last night, November 7, 2019, FTI was honored to be named as the Dayton Business Journal’s 2019 Community Supporter Business of the Year.   The Dayton Business Journal hosts the award event every year in Dayton’s Schuster Center.  This black-tie gala brings the local business community together for a night of fellowship in order to honor the achievements of local businesses in the Dayton community.

FTI’s company culture is governed by our beliefs: Core Values, Commitment, Compassion, and Charity (the 4 Cs).  FTI focuses its corporate culture and passion on the motto of the 4th C, “Love Thy Neighbor.”  The company and its employees are committed to caring for and supporting the communities in which they live and work and where our offices exist.  (Pictured to the left is CEO Ron Shroder with fellow employees who participate in the 4th C representing the many others who serve at FTI.)

FTI’s 4th C efforts in the local Dayton area were catalysts for the nomination of Community Supporter Business of the Year.  Through FTI’s 4th C Committee, which governs the charity aspects of FTI, the company supported numerous efforts intended to positively affect the Dayton community.  The 4th C supported a Dayton Strong T-shirt Campaign from which all the proceeds went to help those affected by the Memorial Day Tornadoes and Oregon District Shooting.  One of the most exciting 4th C efforts in the Dayton area is the participation and funding of the Dayton Honor Flight.  Employees volunteered to support Dayton Honor Flight with more than 40 Guardians and by funding an entire flight of over 110 veterans this year.  This event has become a highlight and pinnacle for the activities of the 4th C, as it brings together employees from across the country.

It was an honor for FTI to be one of the three nominees for this award, and a wonderful surprise to be named the Community Supporter Business of the Year.  FTI is honored by this award.  Click here to see CEO Ron Shroder’s acceptance speech on behalf of the FTI employees who volunteer their time and resources for the 4th C.

Thank you Dayton Business Journal for this great award, which truly honors the 4th C.  The honor and credit go to the great employees who freely give of their time and resources to support the 4th C and local charitable efforts.

Ron Shroder, FTI’s CEO, was invited to testify on September 19, 2019, at a Congressional hearing titled, “SBA Programs Spurring Innovation.” This was Mr. Schroder’s second testimony before Congress on the SBIR and STTR programs.

FTI is heavily involved with the SBIR Program, helping shape the program to benefit Government customers and to grow businesses with the overall goal of supporting the Warfighter. FTI has more than 150 Phase I and Phase II SBIR awards, along with several Phase III contracts. To learn more about the SBIR program click here.

Watch Mr. Schroder’s Congressional testimony here on the FTI YouTube Channel.

Frontier Technology Inc. was honored by being selected as one of three Dayton Business of the Year honorees in the category of Community Supporter. Click here for more on this DBJ announcement. FTI firmly believes in supporting local communities that neighbor our offices. The heartbeat and central driver of our company’s success is our beliefs, expressed in the 4 Cs: Core Values, Commitment, Compassion, and Charity. The 4th C, Charity, is a vital element of FTI’s culture as we seek to “love thy neighbor,” in our local communities. Click here to learn more about 4th C activities and read about the heartbeat of FTI.

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 be performed in Colorado Springs, Colorado; Beverly, Massachusetts; and Los Angeles, California, and is expected to be completed by July 19, 2024. Fiscal 2019 research and development funds in the amount of $1,876,545 are being obligated at the time of the award. This contract was the result of a sole-source acquisition. Space and Missile Systems Center, Los Angeles Air Force Base, California, is the contracting activity (FA8806-19-C-0004).”

We are proud of the amazing team of employees that supported this great success for FTI. Please visit our career page today to see how you can be a part of this great team!

Dayton Business Journal and the Dayton Daily News shared more on this award, use the following links to view those articles.

Dayton Business Journal Article
Dayton Daily News Article

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 awarded indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract N63394-17-D-0003 for providing enterprise product life cycle management integrated decision environment services. Work will be performed in Washington, District of Columbia (80%); and Chesapeake, Virginia (20%), and is expected to be completed by September 2020. Fiscal 2012 shipbuilding and conversion (Navy); fiscal 2019 operations and maintenance (Navy); and fiscal 2019 research, development, test and evaluation (other defense agencies) funding in the amount of $6,722,842 will be obligated at time of award, and $6,122,842 will expire at the end of the current fiscal year. This task order was not competitively procured. In accordance with 10 U.S. Code 2304(c)(1), this contract was not competitively procured (only one responsible source and no other supplies or services will satisfy agency requirements). The services under this contract cover software development and installation, software configuration management and technical support, software solutions and training. These services are in support of the Affordable System Operation Effectiveness (ASOE) initiatives across the Department of Defense. The Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division, Port Hueneme, California, is the contracting activity.

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.

CONGRATULATIONS! Frontier Technology Inc. has earned the distinction of being named one of 2019’s Best Places to Work in Dayton, Ohio. This is a great accomplishment for the company.  FTI also earned the high honor of being awarded Best Places to Work in California and Virginia.  To learn more about the culture of FTI click here.  To see how you can become a part of the FTI team click here.

A ranking of the Best Places to Work in Dayton, Ohio has been published in the February 2019 issue of Dayton Business Journal.

To see the full list of winners click here.

Read the full article here on the DBJ website.

In a recent article featured on the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base website (www.wpafb.af.mil) the S&T 18 Wargame Tests were showcased and reported. Frontier Technology had the privilege of being a participant in this ground-breaking effort. The purpose and goal of the effort can be summarized by the following quote from the article: “The games tested the military utility of more than 30 next-generation warfighting capabilities against real-world operational scenarios, with the goal of identifying the concepts that work the best and to provide feedback to improve others with the potential for success.” FTI counts it an honor to serve in efforts such at the S&T 18 Wargame Tests, which continue to equip and modernize warfighter efforts. FTI’s vision is to be the Trusted Source for using Innovation to deliver Informed, Productive & Secure Solutions, and our participating in efforts such as the S&T 18 Wargame Tests is an applicable reality of that vision. (Graphic by Courtesy Graphic).

See more information about the S&T Wargame Test here on the WPAFB website.