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May 06, 2013
Deborah Scott Thomas, President & CEO of Data Solutions & Technology has been named to The Daily Record’s 2013 list of Maryland’s Top 100 Women. The Daily Record’s annual list of Maryland’s Top 100 Women was created to recognize outstanding achievement by women who have demonstrated significant professional accomplishments, outstanding community leadership and inspirational mentoring.
December 27, 2012
President & CEO of Data Solutions & Technology Incorporated, Deborah Scott Thomas, shares tips with students in a video about preparing for college. The video was created for the Way2GoMaryland project, which is the University System of Maryland's (USM) information campaign to encourage more students, especially those in middle school, to begin preparing for college early. It also offers tips for parents and guardians. Other participants in the Way2GoMaryland video campaign include Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley and USM Chancellor William ‘Brit’ Kirwan. Click here to view CEO Thomas’ segment of the video.
November 29, 2012Full Story Online: Click Here
October 24, 2012
The Greater Baltimore Committee named 23 finalists for the 2012 Bridging the Gap Achievement Awards recognizing outstanding minority- and women-owned businesses and majority-owned businesses that partner with them.
Winners were announced during an awards ceremony on October 23 at the Renaissance Baltimore Harborplace Hotel. Data Solutions & Technology Incorporated was one of the winners.
Finalists for this year's awards were:
• A Bright Idea, LLC, Bel Air, Md.
"These finalists are representative of the many highly-driven, successful minority and women entrepreneurs in Maryland who exemplify the ground-level private-sector achievement that drives our economy," said Donald C. Fry, GBC president and CEO.
On October 23, winners were named in three categories: outstanding minority- and women-owned business achievement; majority-owned businesses demonstrating leadership in inclusive business practices; and partnerships or strategic alliances that generate new business opportunities for minority or women-owned businesses.
A President's Award was given for outstanding advocacy for the advancement of minority- and women-owned businesses in Maryland.
The following are sponsors of the 2012 Bridging the Gap Awards event: Baltimore Development Corporation (ambassador sponsor); The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company and MedStar Health (signature sponsors); Bon Secours Baltimore Health System, Inc., Goodwill Industries of the Chesapeake, Inc., Johns Hopkins Medicine, Maryland Hospital Association, Saul Ewing LLP, St. Agnes Health Care and University of Maryland Medical System (bronze sponsors); The Baltimore Times and The Daily Record (media sponsors).
September 21, 2012
(LANHAM, Md.) — The U.S. Army Sustainment Command selected Data Solutions & Technology Incorporated to compete for future opportunities to provide maintenance operations, supply support and transportation services through its new Enhanced Army Global Logistics Enterprise (EAGLE) program. This award is a continuation of DST’s long standing 8-year track record of success meeting Army and Department of Defense (DoD) requirements.
“We, at DST, are pleased to be counted among the contract awardees and look forward to supporting the needs of the Army and DoD through Army EAGLE,” said President and CEO Deborah Scott Thomas. “I truly appreciate the efforts of DST’s incredible team who has been instrumental in forging new opportunities and expanding existing initiatives for company growth.”
For the Army, as well as other DoD agencies, EAGLE will support full spectrum supply, maintenance, and transportation Global Logistics Services in support of major logistics operations and programs including Directorates of Logistics (DOLs), Army Prepositioned Stocks, Theater Provided Equipment, In-Theater Maintenance, Left Behind Equipment, Pre-Deployment Training Equipment, New Equipment Training, New Equipment Fielding, and RESET.
August 31, 2012
By Brad Harper
When Arnold McGehee left the Air Force and started his own business, he fell back on the lessons he learned from his mother and father, who were also in the Air Force.
“My parents always taught me that education is the key,” said McGehee of Hope Hull-based Gerri Reversal Contractors Inc. “So I figured out what I wanted to do, strategized, worked towards that, and then eventually you achieve what you want.”
State officials and business representatives tried to make sure veterans had the tools they need to achieve those business goals Thursday at a conference sponsored by Alabama State University and Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama.
August 24, 2012Full Story Online: Click Here
If you are a veteran or service-disabled veteran, the College of Business Administration’s Small Business Development Center at Alabama State University has resources to help you start and grow your small business. From creating a business plan to finding your first customer, ASU’s “Veterans Supplier Diversity-Procurement Conference and Matchmaker 2012” will help you succeed. The event, co-sponsored with the Hyundai Motor Manufacturing Alabama LLC, will take place Thursday, August 30 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the Dunn-Oliver Acadome Banquet Room. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m.
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August 14, 2012
By Taryn Finley
July Phenomenal Woman: Deborah Scott Thomas
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