• EDWOSB
    Today we celebrate our leadership with a new certification that will lead to new opportunities at Agile. As an Economically Disadvantaged Women-Owned Small Business (EDWOSB), we will be able to compete for federal contracts set aside for this program. As the federal government awards a minimum of 5% of all federal contracting dollars to women-owned small businesses each year, we can’t wait to compete on a level playing field.
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  • Check out our ad in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers digital edition of USA Today commemorating Agile’s long-standing relationship with USACE. We are grateful for the opportunity to provide USACE with 15 years of innovative solutions.
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  • Employee turnover costs companies thousands of dollars every year, but with a little planning, a lot of encouragement and the right steps, you can not only save money, but you can also instill a sense company loyalty. It’s worked for us at Agile time and time again. Find out how to make it work for your company by clicking below.
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  • Agile Group’s latest win is a new contracting vehicle, FAA eFAST, the Federal Aviation Administration’s preferred contracting vehicle for small business contracts. This multi-year Master Ordering Agreement will allow Agile to compete for contracts in three functional categories drawing from our full range of information technology and training services. We are excited for the opportunity and can’t wait to take off.
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  • Keep your employees off the bench between projects by providing education and training opportunities. By investing in and upskilling your most valuable assets, you can improve performance, productivity, and profitability, not to mention employee satisfaction. If you don’t know where to start, Agile Group can help. We’ve turned upskilling into an art form.
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  • If you’re struggling to retain good employees, it’s time to look a little deeper. While financial compensation is important, it’s not the only thing driving employee happiness in today’s workplace. Company culture, how employees are treated, and a greater sense of meaning is not just important, they are crucial to job satisfaction and in turn, retention.
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  • Often overlooked, resource allocation is one of the most important things you can do to ensure project efficiency and success. Maximize your ROI and profitability by reviewing the experience, availability, and secondary skills of your employees before assigning roles. At Agile Group, we successfully manage complex projects for government and commercial clients, and we always start with a critical resource review.
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