The Honorable Rob Whittman, Congressman from Virginia’s 1st District visited MTEQ’s manufacturing and production facility on 7 March 2016. The Congressman is working with and helping Small Businesses from his district understand the opportunities for working with and doing business with the Federal Government. MTEQ’s President Mary Williams, Printed Circuit Board Production Manager Greg Demeo, and Kurt Mortensen provided a tour of MTEQ’s manufacturing facilities in Kilmarnock, VA.
Mary Williams, President MTEQ, is participating on the Cyber security for Advanced Manufacturing (CFAM) leadership panel. The CFAM is a study by a Joint Working Group of Government representatives and members of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA). Objectives of the CFAM include identifying the types and boundaries of cyber security threats, vulnerabilities, and consequences in the manufacturing environment and define actions to mitigate those risks.
MTEQ is pleased to announce that Paul Schiele has joined MTEQ as our new Director of Business Development. Paul comes to MTEQ with over 12 years of experience of doing Business Development at Camber Corporation targeting such government customers as the: The Joint Program Office for Chem-Bio Defense; Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Domestic Nuclear Detection; DHS Science and Technology Office (S&T); DHS BioWatch Office, DHS Customs and Border Patrol; The Defense Threat Reduction Agency; United States Marine Corps Systems Command; US Central Command and US Navy Sea Systems Command Indian Head Division and Dahlgren Division. During his time at Camber Paul help grow his business unit from annual revenues of $70M to over $114M per year. Paul retired from the US Army after a career spanning 26 years in uniform. Paul has a Masters in Management from National Louis University and a BA in Political Science.
Naval Surface Warfare Center – Crane has awarded MTEQ a 5 year IDIQ contract to provide prototypes of advanced sensors and sensor systems in support of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) and Force Protection missions. MTEQ Engineering Services Division and Manufacturing Services Division will work in concert to provide research, design, development, and prototyping of new technology items, modified piece parts, subsystem components, and systems as required by the contract, and per each Delivery Order (DO) and Task Order (TO).
August 2015 – MTEQ has recently concluded our Summer 2015 Internship Program. Each summer, MTEQ invites top-performers from a wide range of academic disciplines to join our team. For three months, interns work side-by-side with our staff of engineers and scientists as MTEQ pursues new discoveries and provides critical services to the United States Government. At the end of their internship, students are invited to give a presentation on their project of focus, discussing what they’ve learned and what they’ve achieved over the past three months. MTEQ at once provides students with scientific challenges and a fostering environment within which to progress. As result, we have students return summer after summer, and several have joined our team full time upon graduation.
This summer, MTEQ had the pleasure of hosting seven interns who came to us from several different schools and a variety of disciplines.
MTEQ would like to thank all these students on their hard work this past summer. We hope to work with them again in 2016!
Team 614 Robotics Club visits MTEQ’s Technical Services Division to present business plan. A local robotics club, comprised of business, science, engineering and creative oriented students, met with MTEQ’s engineering and business staff to market their ideas to potential community partners.
The Team 614 Robotics Club from Hayfield Secondary School is located in Alexandria, Virginia. The robotics club builds wireless controlled robots and competes at nation-wide robotic competitions.