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By Light Implements Sustainability Program to Continue Commitment to Employees and Environment

Jeff Brody

By Light Professional IT Services released a statement on Friday to announce it’s “Sustainability Disclosure” to demonstrate the company’s commitment to the environment and its employees.

By Light’s goal is to create a culture of efficiency and corporate social responsibility which includes environmental stewardship, employee wellness, and community and vendor partnerships. Companies that engage in sustainable business practices can reduce operating costs and ultimately reduce the costs of the products and services delivered to their customers.

“By Light is firmly committed to sustainable business practices that preserve natural resources while contributing to the well-being of our employees, said Krista Ludwig, vice president for GWAC Programs. “We endeavor to ensure sustainable business practices that demonstrate our commitment to foster positive engagement with the communities in which we live and work.”

About By Light Professional IT Services LLC

By Light, headquartered in Arlington, VA is an ISO 9001, 20000-1, and 27001 registered and CMMI Level 3 certified systems integrator that provides secure, turn-key systems by incorporating exceptional engineering, project management, telecommunications, and cyber capabilities to safeguard mission success.

Founded by industry professionals with extensive knowledge in the DoD, DISA and other US Government Agencies, By Light successfully implements technical solutions that integrate the best commercial practices to meet all government requirements.

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