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.

April is Child Abuse Prevention Awareness month. During this time, Virginia Beach CASA sponsors the Pinwheels for Prevention Campaign, partnering with local businesses, organizations and individuals throughout Hampton Roads to bring community awareness to the needs of abused and neglected children. https://www.virginiabeachcasa.org/pinwheel

The pinwheel is the national symbol for child abuse prevention. The pinwheel’s whimsical and carefree attributes serve as a reminder of the great childhoods we want for all children. By planting pinwheels on the lawns of local businesses and residences, we rally together to show solidarity in our commitment to keeping children safe and free from abuse and neglect.

How is FTI involved?

For the second year in a row, FTI is supporting VB CASA across Hampton Roads as a Presenting Sponsor for the Pinwheels for Prevention Campaign. FTI’s sponsorship helps VB CASA to continue to spread awareness, train, and support VB CASA in their mission to recruit, train, and supervise competent volunteers dedicated to advocating for the needs of abused and neglected children currently in court proceedings. VB CASA’s work promotes safe, permanent homes for all children and seeks to educate the community concerning the needs of abused and neglected children.

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

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.

Frontier Technology Inc. believes in honoring and giving respect to our Veterans. The Dayton Honor Flight is local outreach that seeks to honor our Armed Forces by taking veterans of the WWII, Korean Era, and Vietnam Era wars to see their national memorials in Washington, DC. Special priority is given to terminally ill veterans from any of these wars.  These trips are provided at no cost to all qualified veterans which includes airfare and bus transportation while in DC. In September 2017, FTI became the first company to fully sponsor an entire Dayton Honor Flight. 95 Veterans and their volunteers enjoyed a fun-filled and emotional day of being honored for their service, while being in our nation’s capital. Recently Al Bailey, President, and Kelley Cox, Treasurer, visited FTI’s headquarters in Beavercreek, Ohio to deliver a personal thanks for FTI’s participation this past year in the FTI Dayton Honor Flight program. FTI currently is in the process of planning their next Dayton Honor Flight in 2019. Be sure to visit again for more information on this exciting outreach in 2019.

To learn more about the Honor Flight Program or how you can partner, visit their website by clicking here.

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.

In a recent article featured in the Dayton Business Journal, Frontier Technology’s was cited as one of the selected Awardees for the Navy’s $50 billion dollar contract, SeaPort-NxG.

Click here for the full story in the DBJ.

Frontier Technology Inc. believes in having a local impact and outreach to their local communities. The Company has had and maintained a charitable outreach since its founding days, and that charitable mission is based on “The Four Cs (click here for more information on Frontier’s Four Cs).

One of those cornerstone beliefs of the company is charity. What better time to seek to give than around the holidays and that is why FTI partners up with local organizations like the Marine Corps Toys for Tots.

The core mission of the Marine Corps Toys for Tots Program is to collect new unwrapped toys and distribute those toys to less fortunate children at Christmas. Their main objective is to help less fortunate children throughout the United States experience the joy of Christmas and to play an active role in the development of our nation’s children; and to unite all members of local communities in a common cause. Frontier Technology is proud to work alongside the Marine Corps Toys for Tots program.

To learn more about the Marine Corps Toys for Tots or how you can partner visit their website by clicking here

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FTI was thrilled to be able to support a local event that helps raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support, and research. This event calls on participants of all ages and abilities to join the fight against the disease, and that’s what FTI did. Alzheimer’s Association Greater Cincinnati Chapter was able to raise $179,821.92 on Saturday, September 15, 2018.

Over 1,296 participants and 154 teams made it possible to those taking a step to a world without Alzheimer’s.