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The Washington Post Selects SPA as a “Top DC Workplace” for Sixth Consecutive Year, Dr. William Vantine Quoted

 

Dr. William Vantine

Systems Planning and Analysis, Inc. (SPA) has been named a “Top DC Workplace” by The Washington Post for the sixth consecutive year, SPA announced on Monday.

“On behalf of the entire SPA team, it is a tremendous honor to be selected for the sixth year in a row as a Washington Post Top Workplace in the DC area,” said SPA President and CEO Dr. William Vantine.

“We are proud of the high quality services we provide our clients and the opportunity for our employees to make a difference.  Our objective has always been to provide a top tier benefits package, a professional work environment, and the opportunity for individual growth and initiative.”

The Washington Post’s 2019 Top Workplaces are determined based on feedback collected via anonymous employee survey conducted by an independent research firm.

About SPA

We believe we can best support our clients by aligning everything we do with their critical missions with a focus on future needs. We expand our capabilities and tools to meet the evolving needs of our clients while adhering to our core values of candor and integrity.

We support a large variety of Department of Defense and other government agencies missions, most involve aspects of national security.

We provide timely and objective analysis and integrated technical, operational, programmatic, policy, and business solutions in support of important National objectives.

We develop customized software-based tools to respond to our client’s needs and support the timely and objective analysis to inform important decisions.

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