CTI has been awarded the Administrative and Technical Services contract with Naval Undersea Warfare Center Division Newport (NUWCDIVNPT) Comptroller Department (Code 01) through Seaport-e. CTI begins supporting NUWCDIVNPT Oct 1, 2017 for a base year with 4 one year options.
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CTI has been named one of Florida’s Best Companies to Work For 2017 by Florida Trend. CTI was ranked number 7 in the Mid-Sized business pool. Source
The Jacksonville Business Journal selected Christopher Getz as a 2017 Honoree for the Ultimate CFO. “Christopher Getz is the CFO at CTI Resource Management Services Inc., but he wears more hats than that. He also heads up operations, administration and logistics as well.” Source
CTI makes the List of Veteran-Owned Businesses in Northeast Florida at number four. Source
Over the past 12 years, the Jacksonville information technology and administrative support firm CTI Resource Management Services has saved federal taxpayers millions of dollars that would have been spent on employee salaries… Source
For the 5th straight year, CTI has been named one of Florida’s Best Companies to Work For 2015 by Florida Trend. CTI was ranked number 14 in the large business pool. Source
CTI Resource Management Services, Inc. has been awarded the First Coast Healthiest Companies Gold Level for 2015 by the First Coast Worksite Wellness Council. CTI is proud to be recognized as one of the First Coast’s healthiest companies. Source
If you care about your health, CTI’s one of the Jacksonville companies you want to work for. CTI Recognized as one of the Healthiest Companies in Jacksonville The American Heart Association recognizes employers who champion the health of their employees and work to create a culture of physical activity and health in the workplace. That […]
CTI Recognized as one of 904 Magazine’s Companies with Heart
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.