Posts Tagged: Ohio

Service Desk Software Helps the Developmentally Disabled in the Buckeye State

Government agencies are ditching their old habits and implementing new service desk software in hopes of more cost effective solutions to consolidate and optimize their help desk. The Department of Developmental Disabilities (DODD) based in Ohio, “The Buckeye State” was established to maintain applications for roughly 2,000 employees and provide customer support for over 10,000… Read more »

Mission Essential Personnel Names Linda Metz As Vice President For Contracts And Procurement

11/5/2011 Chantilly, VA – Mission Essential Personnel, LLC (MEP) today announced it has hired Linda Metz as its new Vice President for Contracts and Procurement. Metz has 25 years of experience in government contracting, having supported clients from commercial, federal, and international defense firms. “I am delighted to welcome Linda to MEP and look forward… Read more »

Mission Essential Personnel Ranked On Inc. 500 List For Fourth Year In A Row

Chantilly, VA – Mission Essential Personnel, LLC, (MEP) was once again included on Inc. Magazine’s prestigious Inc. 500 list of the nation’s fastest growing companies based on percentage revenue growth. MEP ranks #235 overall this year, #25 in government services, and #2 in Central Ohio, where the company is headquartered. MEP’s revenue has grown from… Read more »

Ohio-Based Mission Essential Personnel Raises $11,500 for Veterans First Foundation

On Friday, October 8, 2010, Mission Essential Personnel, LLC (MEP) sponsored a fundraiser for Veterans First Foundation, a nonprofit organization that helps Columbus-area veterans with needs ranging from free clothing to prosthetics, and from rides to the veterans hospital to temporary housing. The event raised $11,500 for Veterans First. “This is the first time MEP… Read more »

The Hokie Guru (Govloop’s Bureaucrat on Sports)… The Big Ten (Um, 11?) College Football Preview!!

Happy Sunday!!! Your History Lesson There’s been a few times in civil service history when the United States Government hired several government workers. 1978 was one of those years. That’s also when one of the largest civil service reforms, Civil Service Reform Act of 1978, was passed. The Act also established the Senior Executive Service… Read more »

The Arlington Rap, 80’s Hair, The Massive Hangover, and GovLoop’s Bureaucrat on Sports from the Hokie Guru

Ah, yes… the dreaded lull between the end of the NBA playoffs and the beginning of college football?!? What is a sports fan to do? Here’s something to pass the time!! P.S. Lou, there is no “S” in Illinois… it’s silent, dude. And.. then, do the Arlington Rap!! And join the Hokie Guru in his… Read more »