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New Directions Technologies Inc. (NDTI) wins an Information Technology Enterprise Solutions 3 Services (ITES-3S) contract.

NDTI, an award-winning Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) has been awarded a potential 9-year IT Services Government-wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) by the U.S. Army Contracting Command. ITES-3S will allow NDTI to offer its IT Infrastructure, cybersecurity, applications development and end-user services to the U.S. Army, Defense Department (DOD) and other Federal agencies.

NDTI’s CEO, Mr. Cedric Knight stated, “We are very pleased to be awarded the ITES-3S contract and look forward to the opportunity it offers to provide our services to the U.S. Army, DOD and other Federal customers”.

About NDTI

NDTI’s Corporate office is in Ridgecrest, CA. The company has been providing IT and engineering services to Federal clients since 1995. It currently supports DOD and Federal civilian agency clients in Ridgecrest, CA, Oxnard, CA, Edwards AFB, CA, Las Vegas NV, Hill AFB, UT, Colorado Springs, CO, Arlington, VA, Patuxent River, MD, St Louis, MO and Titusville, FL.
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NDTI successfully completed its annual surveillance audit of the ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 20000:2011 in February 2015. The auditor noted the following areas of good performance: "NDTI's strong leadership team (emphasis on team)" and "Top Management provides inspirational and motivational leadership." ... See MoreSee Less

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NDTI receives a Certificate of Appointment as a Fully Qualified Corporate Navy Validator from the Navy Certification Authority, in San Diego, California.

For over 19 years NDTI has provided Department of Defense/Department of the Navy Application Systems Development/Systems Engineering, Information Assurance, Certification & Accreditation, IT Strategy/Planning, and Network/Systems Operations services. This has enabled NDTI to establish a trusted partnership with the U.S. Navy through diligent support by anticipating customer needs, mitigating risk, engineering, and deploying technical and Information Assurance solutions in a timely manner to meet mission goals.
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NDTI understands the way to lead toward a more sustainable future starts with making a commitment to make sound environmentally friendly business decisions. The City of Ridgecrest and Waste Management recognized NDTI as a Green Business for their commitment to the environment and participation in the Certified Green Business Program. NDTI received certification for their success in implementing sustainable green business practices which help protect precious natural resources that support and preserve the environment.

NDTI is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) focused on providing Enterprise IT, Cyber Security, Information Assurance, Program Management, and Technical Services to U.S. Federal agencies.
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New Directions Technologies, Inc. (NDTI) participated in the annual City of Ridgecrest Veteran Stand Down and Job Fair on September 25, 2015. NDTI’s High Desert Business Unit Director, John Paul (pictured) and Human Resources Administrator, Jessica Lystad spoke to Veterans about careers in Information Technology; providing information on open positions within NDTI and accepting resumes from interested Veterans. This is NDTI’s third year supporting this Job Fair.

NDTI has current open positions located in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and California. For a list of open positions go to

Click Here to apply for an open position or to submit your resume for general consideration. Submitting your resume to NDTI implies you are interested in a position(s); however, you are not considered an applicant until you are contacted by a Human Resources representative. At that time, you may be invited to start the application process which may involve an interview and/ or job related testing.

NDTI is proud to be an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. NDTI is committed to providing equal opportunity employment opportunities to candidates and employees without regard to race, religion, creed, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, height, weight, marital status, disability unrelated to an individual's ability to perform adequately, national origin, citizenship, ancestry, or any other characteristic protected by law.

NDTI is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) focused on providing Enterprise IT, Cyber Security, Information Assurance, Program Management, and Technical Services to U.S. Federal agencies.
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NDTI is honored to donate office furniture, computers, kitchen appliances, and office sundries to the Three Oaks Center’s Veteran’s Resource Center (VRC) in Lexington Park, MD.

A new building on the Three Oaks Center campus in Lexington Park will fill gaps in services provided through the center, including the needs of veterans. Purchased through a Community Development Block Grant and with support from many partnerships including the St. Mary’s government, the county’s department of social services and others, the new building, adjacent to the existing Three Oaks Center facility, will house a new veteran’s resource center, an area for six crisis beds and a coordination center for the WARM program.

Patti Brady, a member of the center’s board of directors and chair of the veterans resource committee, said the idea for the resource center stemmed from a gap in services for local veterans that became clear during the Veterans Stand Down event hosted by Three Oaks last year. Veterans Stand Down is an all-day event that provides support and services for Southern Maryland veterans and their families.

Brady formed the Veterans Resource Committee, consisting of a variety of community members, including veterans, health care professionals, local industry professionals, representatives of Three Oaks, representatives of the St. Mary’s County Library and other residents.

“A lot of different people came together to say ‘What can we do for our veterans? How can we fill the voids?’” Brady said. The committee identified access to the Internet, a lack of a central location for local veterans to find resources and access to online job searches as some of the biggest needs.

Brady said some Three Oaks clients would go to the library to use computers, but didn’t have access to everything they needed.

“Right off the bat, we decided we need to figure out how we can give them a computer resource center, with mentorship on resume writing and interviewing techniques,” she said.

The center will also offer classes on subjects such as learning about how to use Microsoft products.

Brady said once the committee started down the path for a resource center, many in the community began learning about it and offering assistance for the services the center would offer. Local corporations donated an entire office worth of furniture and computers for the building.

“The goal is to just help [veterans] get a better exposure to what is out there employment-wise,” Brady said.

The veteran’s resource center would serve as a one-stop-shop that would have a centralized database with services and points of contact.

Brady said the last piece the committee is working on for the resource center is to have a representative from the Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs offer appointments on certain days at the center. She said the committee is working with Disabled American Veterans to do the same.

Lt. Patrick Coughlin of the Navy Supply Corps has been part of the committee since it was established. He said he sees the resource center as a huge benefit. Coughlin said it’s a “great way for veterans to fully understand benefits they have and are entitled to."

The supply corps is one of the many partnerships, including groups at Patuxent River Naval Air Station, that are helping with getting the new building and its services up and running.

Brady said as the committee was working toward a resource center, Three Oaks was also looking at areas of need in the non-veteran community.

One need was to have crisis beds to help people who are homeless and were discharged from the hospital, but not well enough to be without a shelter. Another area of need involved the WARM program, which needed a place for clients to check in before going to the churches where they would stay for the night. WARM stands for Wrapping Arms ‘Round Many, and is a program that offers the homeless shelter and a meal during cold weather months.

Brady said both the crisis beds and the check-in area for WARM would be included in the multipurpose building.

“We were able to fill three gaps for our homeless community,” said Lanny Lancaster, executive director of Three Oaks.

He said Three Oaks was able to pull the facility together with a multitude of partners and support from the county commissioners.

Lancaster said the modular building is coming from Pennsylvania and the project will begin moving forward in December.
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4 months ago

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NDTI is honored to donate office furniture, computers, kitchen appliances, and office sundries to the Three Oaks Center’s Veteran’s Resource Center (VRC) in Lexington Park, MD.
Names and titles from left to right are as follows:
Andre Rice, President, Three Oaks Board of Directors; Lanny Lancaster, Three Oaks, Executive Director; Cedric Knight, New Directions Technologies, Inc. (NDTI), President & CEO; Sasha Seenath, Three Oaks, Director of Veteran Services, Board of Directors; Patti Brady, Three Oaks, Committee Chairman for Veteran Services, Board of Directors; Willie Woods, New Directions Technologies, Inc. (NDTI), Chairman Board of Advisors.

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“Three Oaks Center's board and staff would like to thank New Directions Technologies, Inc. for their generous

contribution of computers and office furniture. Their donation will be used at our newly opened crisis center which

provides numerous services and resources to individuals in need.”

Lanny Lancaster, Executive Director, Three Oaks Center

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New building at Three Oaks to fill gaps in services

A new building on the Three Oaks Center campus in Lexington Park will fill gaps in services provided through the center, including the needs of veterans. Purchased through a Community Development Block Grant and with support from many partnerships including the St. Mary’s government, the county’s department of social services and others, the new building, adjacent to the existing Three Oaks Center facility, will house a new veteran’s resource center, an area for six crisis beds and a coordination center for the WARM program.

Patti Brady, a member of the center’s board of directors and chair of the veterans resource committee, said the idea for the resource center stemmed from a gap in services for local veterans that became clear during the Veterans Stand Down event hosted by Three Oaks last year. Veterans Stand Down is an all-day event that provides support and services for Southern Maryland veterans and their families.

Brady formed the Veterans Resource Committee, consisting of a variety of community members, including veterans, health care professionals, local industry professionals, representatives of Three Oaks, representatives of the St. Mary’s County Library and other residents.

“A lot of different people came together to say ‘What can we do for our veterans? How can we fill the voids?’” Brady said. The committee identified access to the Internet, a lack of a central location for local veterans to find resources and access to online job searches as some of the biggest needs.

Brady said some Three Oaks clients would go to the library to use computers, but didn’t have access to everything they needed.

“Right off the bat, we decided we need to figure out how we can give them a computer resource center, with mentorship on resume writing and interviewing techniques,” she said.

The center will also offer classes on subjects such as learning about how to use Microsoft products.

Brady said once the committee started down the path for a resource center, many in the community began learning about it and offering assistance for the services the center would offer. Local corporations donated an entire office worth of furniture and computers for the building.

“The goal is to just help [veterans] get a better exposure to what is out there employment-wise,” Brady said.

The veteran’s resource center would serve as a one-stop-shop that would have a centralized database with services and points of contact.

Brady said the last piece the committee is working on for the resource center is to have a representative from the Maryland Department of Veterans Affairs offer appointments on certain days at the center. She said the committee is working with Disabled American Veterans to do the same.

Lt. Patrick Coughlin of the Navy Supply Corps has been part of the committee since it was established. He said he sees the resource center as a huge benefit. Coughlin said it’s a “great way for veterans to fully understand benefits they have and are entitled to."

The supply corps is one of the many partnerships, including groups at Patuxent River Naval Air Station, that are helping with getting the new building and its services up and running.

Brady said as the committee was working toward a resource center, Three Oaks was also looking at areas of need in the non-veteran community.

One need was to have crisis beds to help people who are homeless and were discharged from the hospital, but not well enough to be without a shelter. Another area of need involved the WARM program, which needed a place for clients to check in before going to the churches where they would stay for the night. WARM stands for Wrapping Arms ‘Round Many, and is a program that offers the homeless shelter and a meal during cold weather months.

Brady said both the crisis beds and the check-in area for WARM would be included in the multipurpose building.

“We were able to fill three gaps for our homeless community,” said Lanny Lancaster, executive director of Three Oaks.

He said Three Oaks was able to pull the facility together with a multitude of partners and support from the county commissioners.

Lancaster said the modular building is coming from Pennsylvania and the project will begin moving forward in December.
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New Directions Technologies, Inc. (NDTI) has been awarded the Information Technology Support Services II (ITSS II) BPA at the National Aeronautical and Space Administration (NASA) Kennedy Space Center (KSC) in Cape Canaveral, Florida.

NDTI is pleased to receive this award and the opportunity to support NASA and the John F. Kennedy Space Center ITSS-II under the GSA IT Schedule 70 contract vehicle. The scope of this effort includes support for Program/Project management support and analysis for the delivery of Center wide IT projects supporting both current and future IT programs/systems. Tasks also include support for software development for Web, Mobile Applications, SharePoint, Maximo, and modeling/simulation development tasks. Development and Operations teams will provide KSC support for the analysis and study of advanced IT systems, enterprise IT and application solutions, application integration, modeling, simulation, data center capabilities and IT security.

NDTI is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) focused on providing Enterprise IT, Cyber Security, Information Assurance, Program Management, and Technical Services to U.S. Federal agencies.
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April 2017 - New Directions Technologies, Inc. (NDTI) has been awarded the Combat Environment Instrumentation Systems (CEIS) Multiple Award Contract (MAC), Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) at Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division (NAWCWD) in China Lake, CA. NDTI’s award is one of six multiple contracts resulting from Solicitation N6893614R0027.

NDTI is pleased to receive this award and the opportunity to support NAWCWD. The scope of this effort includes support for research, development, sustainment and upgrade of threat systems, range instrumentation for GPS-based Time-Space-Instrumentation (TSPI) instrumentation, Electronic Attach/Active Emitter (EA/AE) pods, Warning/Countermeasure Systems, RF & Electro-Optical (EO) tracking systems, multi-spectral threat/target systems, and Unmanned Airborne Vehicles (UAV) instrumentation.

NDTI is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) focused on providing Systems Engineering Support Services, Enterprise IT, Cyber Security, Information Assurance, Program Management, and Technical Services to U.S. Federal agencies.
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NDTI, an award-winning Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) has been awarded VETS 2, a potential 10-year IT Services Government-wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC) by the General Services Administration (GSA). VETS 2 will allow NDTI to offer its IT Infrastructure, cyber security, applications development and end user services to all government agencies. ... See MoreSee Less

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April 2013 - New Directions Technologies Inc. (NDTI) has been named one of the six awardees on the Advanced Weapon Products Acquisition Contract (AWPAC) by the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division, (NAWCWD) China Lake, CA. The AWPAC is an Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Multiple Award Contract (MAC) that provides for rapid delivery of manufactured technology commodities for the NAWCWD.
As a current incumbent, NDTI is pleased to continue supporting the Applied Manufacturing Technology Division (AMTD) at NAWCWD.
NDTI is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) focused on providing Enterprise IT, Cyber Security, Information Assurance, Program Management, and Technical Services to U.S. Federal agencies.
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March 8, 2013 - NDTI’s President and CEO Cedric Knight announced today that the company has completed ISO 9001:2008 registration. Michele Hoopes, the Chief Operating and Quality Officer, stated that “this further defines NDTI’s commitment to ensure that quality products and services are delivered to our customers and that we are actively pursuing excellence in everything that we do.” ... See MoreSee Less

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October 2012 - New Directions Technologies, Inc. Wins the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port
Hueneme Division - Enterprise Information Technology Support Services Contract.

New Directions Technologies, Inc. (NDTI), incumbent to the Enterprise Information Technology Support Services contract; is pleased to continue supporting the Office of Engineering & Technology at the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Port Hueneme Division (NSWC PHD). Since 2003, NDTI has worked proudly in support of NSWC PHD’s Enterprise Information Technology requirements, where our technologist focus on Enterprise Operations, Application Development and Enterprise Hosting as an enabler for NAVSEA to meet their Mission; Integrate, Test, Evaluate and Provide Life-Cycle Engineering and Logistics for Today's and Tomorrow's Warfare Systems.

NDTI is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) focused on providing Enterprise IT, Cyber Security, Information Assurance, Program Management, and Technical Services to U.S. Federal agencies.
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NDTI will be participating in the “Honor A Hero-Hire A Vet” Job & Resource Fair on October 18, 2012 in Woodland Hills, CA. This job fair was established by California’s Employment Development Department and is aimed to share knowledge, provide services, and employment opportunities to veterans returning from active duty. NDTI is proud to be a part of this job fair and support our nation’s veterans. The job fair will be held on October 18, 2012 from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm at the Warner Center Marriott Hotel located on 21850 Oxnard Street in Woodland Hills, CA 91367.

Please refer to our career page on our website ( www.ndti.net/careers ) for job postings.
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New Directions Technologies Inc. (NDTI) Recognized as High-Performing Small Business Subcontractor by General Dynamics Information Technology

NDTI announced today that it was recognized by General Dynamics Information Technology as a high-performing small subcontractor for their technical effort and performance during the past year. The General Dynamics Information Technology Quality Service Provider (QSP) Program uses an established quality rating system and an annual evaluation process to identify the highest-quality small business providers based on quality of work, timeliness, responsiveness, cost effectiveness and standards of conduct.
NDTI was recognized at an award ceremony held on September 13th, 2012, at General Dynamics Information Technology headquarters in Fairfax, VA. The award was presented by Dan Johnson, President of General Dynamics Information Technology.
New Directions Technologies Inc. (NDTI) Recognized as High-Performing Small Business Subcontractor by General Dynamics Information Technology.
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