SOURCE: Four Points Technology, LLC.

Four Points Technology, LLC.

February 02, 2015 09:24 ET

Four Points Technology, LLC Receives USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) 2014 Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Contractor of the Year Award

WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwired - Feb 2, 2015) - Four Points Technology, LLC has been selected as the 2014 Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Contractor of the Year award winner. USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) presented Four Points Technology this award on behalf of the 2014 MRP AbilityOne and Small Business Excellence Awards Program. The awards ceremony was held November 20, 2014 with many industry in attendance. This awards program recognizes small businesses that have provided outstanding support in meeting the mission needs of the MRP mission area.

"We are proud to be recognized for this important award. As a long time provider of products and solutions to APHIS, it is an honor to be recognized and continue our partnership for the future," stated David Gilchrist, President and CEO of Four Points Technology, LLC.

About Four Points Technology
Four Points Technology is a CVE verified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) dedicated to providing IT Products and Professional Services to the Federal Government. Four Points Technology offers solutions that support a wide variety of business initiatives specifically suited for Government organizations.

By leveraging their well-established relationships with major vendors, suppliers and manufacturers, Four Points Technology's approach begins with an assessment of each client's needs and objectives. The experienced staff is committed to supporting unique requirements in order to best fulfill any need by providing efficient and cost-effective solutions.

About the USDA APHIS Mission Area

  • The Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is a multi-faceted Agency with a broad mission area that includes protecting and promoting U.S. agricultural health, regulating genetically engineered organisms, administering the Animal Welfare Act and carrying out wildlife damage management activities. These efforts support the overall mission of USDA, which is to protect and promote food, agriculture, natural resources and related issues.