ActioNeters worked together to raise money for the National Down Syndrome Society in the virtual Racing for 3.21 event By Bobby T. During the week of March 21st, ActioNet and the country began preparing contingency plans to work remotely as a result of COVID-19. Despite those preparations, Team ActioNet was able to still give back… Read more »
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ActioNet Attends TechNet Asia-Pacific
By Kerry Y. In mid-November, the Defense Programs Business Unit represented ActioNet at the 2016 AFCEA TechNet Asia-Pacific Conference and Expo in Honolulu, Hawaii at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki! TechNet Asia-Pacific, now in its 31st year, is co-sponsored by AFCEA International and AFCEA Hawaii. It is the largest event in the Pacific Rim… Read more »
Veterans Day Employee Spotlight – Tamika C.
In honor of this year’s Veteran’s Day, I’d like to first thank all my fellow ActioNet Veterans and all Veterans around the world for their service. To all ActioNet Management and Co-workers, thank you for your unwavering support! As a proud retired Veteran I could not have been provided a better opportunity after 20 years… Read more »
Veterans Day Employee Spotlight – Brian R.
I joined the Army when I was 18 years old and early on made the decision to dedicate my life in service to our Country. During my time in the military, I had the opportunity to see much of the world – stationed in Germany and deployed to missions in Iraq three times and Afghanistan… Read more »
Veterans Day Employee Spotlight – Kate R.
Fellow ActioNeters, It is my honor and privilege to contribute to the November 2016 #VeteransDay Employee Spotlight blog series in honor of fellow veterans and their contributions to our country, and our company. I started at ActioNet in November 2011. I am a military Veteran…having served 15 years’ active duty service in the United States… Read more »
Veterans Day Employee Spotlight – Shawn O.
As anniversary’s go, for me the fall months are a very special time. Not only did I start with ActioNet in November 2014, but also retired from Active Duty with the Air Force in 2012 after serving for 24 years, starting out when I was just 18. I compare military retirement to that of a… Read more »
ActioNet Supports Louisiana Flood Victims
Written By Brian F. Montgomery, AL ActioNeters teamed up with a local service member from Baton Rouge, LA stationed at Maxwell AFB-Gunter Annex to support the August 2016 Louisiana Flood Relief Effort. Per ABC news, the death toll rose to 13 and 40,000 homes were affected, leaving 8,000 displaced citizens in shelter. The Flood was… Read more »
Learning is a Big Win!
Written by Harry L. I recently came back from Microsoft’s Ignite conference in Atlanta a big winner. I was able to attend as a result of ActioNet’s commitment to training/learning through the use of our education benefit. While at the conference, I won a 2016 Harley Davison Forty Eight from Adaptiva a vendor represented at… Read more »
Turning Vision into Action
Written by Matthew S. I started working for ActioNet in Hawaii this May, and it has been nothing short of amazing. I love the people I work with; I love the work that I do, and I love how I am growing every day as a working professional. On my first day, looking at our… Read more »
Celebrating ActioNeters with Hispanic Heratige for Hispanic Heratige Month
Written by Crystal A. I joined ActioNet in October of 2014 as a Project Controller on the CICDIM contract in Baltimore. After working as an Executive Administrative Assistant in Digital Communications at HHS headquarters, I was very excited to switch my focus and see how planning and development culminated in innovative solutions for CMMI. I… Read more »
ActioNet Comes Together to Learn Self-Defense
Written by Michelle C. On Wednesday, 24 August, several ActioNeters and spouses gathered at the gym in the Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC) in San Antonio, Texas for an introductory self-defense class. Fellow ActioNeter George M., who is a Black Belt under GrandMaster Relson Gracie and a Jiu-Jitsu practitioner since 2003, began the session with… Read more »
ActioNet Donates School Supplies to the Keiki of Hawaii
Written by Sue J. Each year, Helping Hands Hawaii/Ready to Learn (RTL) partners with social service agencies across Hawaii and generous donors from the community to help prepare thousands of local children (Grades K-12) for the upcoming school year. With the school year coming up quickly for many kids here in Hawaii, our team was… Read more »
SPARCeque – ActioNet Celebrates Health Services Big Win!
Written by Rachel S. Baltimore, MD – July 27, 2016 On Wednesday, July 27th, the Health Services Business Unit of ActioNet, located in Baltimore, Maryland, was celebrating a major award large business award – SPARC! SPARC stands for Strategic Partners Acquisition Readiness Contract (SPARC). SPARC is an IDIQ or Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity multi-award contract. Holding… Read more »
Braving the Texas Heat
Written by Michelle C. On Saturday, 23 July, ActioNeters from the San Antonio, TX area braved the heat at Nelson Wolff Stadium to enjoy a picnic in the park and watch a minor league baseball game. Over one hundred strong, we gathered under a big tent during the first hour for an all-you-can-eat buffet. The… Read more »
A California Summer
Written by Danielle R. On Saturday, June 4, 2016, the Corona and San Diego ActioNet Teams from the Global Operations Business Unit gathered for a baseball game at Quakes Stadium. Before the game, everyone was served a tasty barbeque buffet picnic in the stadium pavilion. It was a great time for families to come together. … Read more »
Summer ActioNet Style
Written by Brian F. On 23 July, the local Montgomery ActioNet team held our summer picnic event at Lagoon Park. Our crew braved the heat to enjoy BBQ and socialization. The event was catered by Fat Boy’s BBQ with pulled pork and smoked chicken. We also brought cookies and a cake for snacks. The children,… Read more »
The Longest Day… Made Shorter by Friends and Co-Workers
Written by Jen D. June 20, 2016 was an important day, especially for those who are impacted by Alzheimer’s disease, as it is known as “The Longest Day.” The Longest Day is a day designated to Alzheimer’s disease awareness, and it provides a platform across the world for fundraising in support of the Alzheimer’s Association…. Read more »
United Nations of ActioNet
Written by Aparna S. United Nations of ActioNet – International Cultural Diversity Day The Health Services Business Unit, located largely in Baltimore, celebrated its cultural diversity with a United Nations of ActioNet Day. The event, held on Friday, June 10, was attended by over 230 employees. The festivities showcased traditional cuisine and clothing, and several… Read more »
ActioNet Hawaii Donates to Blood Bank of Hawaii
Written by Matthew S. The Blood Bank of Hawaii’s mission is “… to provide a safe and adequate supply of blood, blood products and related transfusion services to the patients of our state.” When working for ActioNet, you will find out very quickly how important it is to be involved in the local community. To… Read more »
Behind the Scenes: ActioNet Photoshoot 2016
Written by Chris E. Lights, Camera, ActioNet! We’ve all heard that saying before, and it’s usually related to our annual corporate music video (if you haven’t seen them yet, stop what you’re doing and head over to the Corporate Culture page now!). But this time, it was different… The ActioNet company website will be receiving… Read more »
ActioNet Joins the Coloring Craze
Written by Michelle B. When ActioNet ordered adult coloring books as a marketing give away, my first thought was the books will not be well received. What I didn’t know was that coloring books for adults have become the latest trend, and coloring was actually good for relieving stress. Coloring is a meditative activity that… Read more »
Joining the ActioNet Team
Written by Rizza L. I joined ActioNet in December 2015 at Joint Base San Antonio Lackland, just a couple of months after completing my active duty service in the United States Navy. After being an Information Systems Technician for over seven years, I decided that I wanted to continue to pursue my IT career in… Read more »
Written by Dave W. The ActioNetCloud™ Infrastructure-as-a Service (IaaS) Offering provides our customers with an enhanced Information Technology (IT) capability that lowers costs, improves security and enables collaborative solutions. This IaaS offering is a fully-managed private cloud infrastructure that provides data center facilities, base network, compute, storage capabilities, and specific managed security… Read more »
ActioNeters Giving Back Goes Global
Written By Thomas G. Through MapGive, Thomas G. & Erika N. of ActioNet’s DoS HIU Team, worked together with the U.S. Embassy in Lima and Universidad de Piura (UDEP) to organize the Piura MapGive Workshop. In addition, the team received technical assistance from MapBox Ayacucho to train over fifty students and professionals in a suite of… Read more »
ActioNet Celebrates Women’s History Month with Employee Spotlights
Written by Crystal C. Good day ActioNeters! My name is Crystal. I joined the ActioNet Team back in 2009, and I’m still going strong. I first came in to fill the Quality Manager role on our FAA contract but quickly became the Deputy Program Manager. My first 18 months with the FAA program were very… Read more »