CTI Resource Management Services Inc. said today that it has won a contract through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Program Management, Administrative, Clerical and Technical Services program.
It's not unusual for businesses or successful business people to donate goods, services and even cash to local charities, particularly around the holiday season. Fortunately, Jacksonville is blessed with an abundance of large corporate entities and mom-and-pop commercial enterprises that view charitable contributions as more than just the right thing to do—they actively encourage employees to give of their time and talents, and support them in doing so.
CTI Resource Management Services was recently named one of Florida’s Best Companies To Work For.
CTI Resource Management Services Inc. grew from $7 million in revenue in 2008 to $12.5 million in 2010, a three-year average growth rate of 32.78 percent.
Chris Getz joined CTI Resource Management Services Inc., a government contractor company based in Jacksonville, in an entry-level position five years ago. Today, Getz, 38, is vice president of operations, responsible for bringing in multimillion-dollar projects.
A Jacksonville support services contractor said it was awarded four federal contracts totaling up to $6.7 million in work.
To Chris Imbach, president and CEO of CTI Resource Management Services Inc., customer service is about more than how he interacts with his clients. It’s about empowering his clients “so they can make a difference at home, at work, in our community and in our world.”
“It’s all about the people. Any organization’s success rises and falls on leadership. I want our people to dig what they do. Take care of me and I will take care of you. And they do.”
A Jacksonville support services contractor shipped 200 mobile radios and accessories to the Naval Station Guantanamo Bay to aid Haiti relief efforts.