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On June 18th, 2016 a group of Ventera employees attended a Bite Me Cancer event where they stuffed 200 Cancer Support Bags. Bags included an iTunes gift card, a flash drive with an inspirational message, a stress ball, a baseball cap, a journal, a water bottle, and other age-appropriate items. Ventera is a corporate sponsor of the Bite Me Cancer Foundation.
In 1996, CEO Robert Acosta came together with a group of friends to build a company from scratch. On January 30th, 2016, current and former Ventera employees gathered to celebrate the culmination of accomplishments that define Ventera’s past 20 years.
What happens when engineers, designers, and product managers come together to hack out innovative solutions to complex problems?
Ventera was recently named a 2015 CARE (Companies As Responsive Employers) Award winner.
Ventera has been selected as a prime contractor for the 18F Agile Delivery Services Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) under the General Services Administration (GSA).
Ventera was selected to develop a mobile-based application for the U.S. Coast Guard’s Incident Management Handbook (IMH) under prime contractor Applied Computing Technologies (ACT) on the EAGLE II contract vehicle.
Ventera was a prize sponsor for the Black & Veatch Hackathon, featuring Bluebeam software, which took place on June 25-26 in Overland Park, KS. It was hosted at the Innovation Center and the IP Café.
On May 8th, more than 60 technologists from academia and the private sector attended the GSA’s inaugural Hackathon located at GSA headquarters in Washington DC. Three of those participants were from Ventera.
Ventera was a sponsor of the second annual Hack.UVA - a 24-hour programming event held February 28th to March 1st. Hack.UVA brought together developers, designers, and entrepreneurs to create a mobile/web application from scratch.
In November and December 2014, Ventera participated in The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree Program. Employees and contractors, either individually or in a group, chose tags representing a child. The tags acted as a Christmas list, providing a few items (clothes, books, games) that each child wanted