Today, the Employees of Kingfisher Systems, Inc. celebrate the 15 year anniversary of the founding of the company. Kingfisher Systems, Inc. was founded on June 3, 2005, as a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) by four service-disabled veterans: Harry (Pete) M. Howton; Joseph G. Swick; Roy L. Reed, Jr.; and David J. Crawford. The Founders established Kingfisher Systems, Inc. to provide Customers unequaled technical solutions and unparalleled operational support through the best professional services and capabilities possible. Additionally, Kingfisher was founded to provide an exceptional workplace for Employees, regardless of the physical location, to challenge Employees with opportunities to excel and contribute to the U.S. Government and its citizenry, and to provide Employees with outstanding support and benefits.

In 2005, Kingfisher acquired WJB Associates, a small business operating in the Intelligence Community. This acquisition became the basis upon which Kingfisher Systems, Inc. built and expanded the business. Since 2005, Kingfisher Systems, Inc. has proudly supported numerous Customers throughout the U.S., including multiple Customers in the Intelligence Community, Department of Defense, Department of Education, Department of Homeland Security, Department of Justice, General Services Administration, and the U.S Department of Agriculture. Fifteen years later, Kingfisher Systems, Inc. still supports their original Intelligence Community customer.

“I am honored to have worked with each and every Employee over the last 15 years. Additionally, we are proud of the service we provide to our U.S. Government customers every day in multiple locations throughout the U.S,” stated Roy L. Reed, Jr., Founder, Chief Executive Officer, and President of Kingfisher Systems, Inc. “I look forward to the future as we continue supporting our Employees and Customers.”

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