Integrity, Service and Commitment

Community Service

Community Service is the foundation of the Leadership's focuse. In 2014, Kwame Gyamfi started a meetup group called Federal Software Engineers and Data Scientists (FSEDS). We saw the critical need for members of the Information Technology sector to have a voice that would provide a platform for engagement with the public sector. Technology is constently advancing and FSEDS goal is to become a public resource for research & development. Read More

STEM - Kids

The Open Government Executive Order (EO) signed by former President Obama was one of the most important EOs signed by the White House.

IT Support Services for Veterans

I have always felt compelled to help the younger generation succeed in college and in life.

United Nations Alumni
The Global Pipeline - Ghana, West Africa

The functional goal of technical content is to help people use a product.


STEM - Kids Partnership with FIRE

The leadership has established a Partnership with a STEM based organization called Future Innovative Rising Engineers & Entrepreneurs (FIRE). FIRE seeks to introduce middle and high school kids to STEM courses and programs. Thus, we have developed a course called MTSE that combines Medical Technology and Sofware Engineers using Python and Cardiology.


Air Force Veterans Network -

The company provides IT services and support for the Air Force Veterans Network (AFVETS) group based in Tuskegee, Alabama. These services include the development and maintenance of their website as well as developing a national database system that support veterans in all states across America.


International Development in Ghana

Teshie-Estate Prep School - Electricity Project

The Teshie Estate Preparatory School (TEPS) is located in the coastal and eastern region of Greater Accra, Ghana. The Late Nana Amponsah started the school due to the lack of educational opportunities for his own children. As an entrepreneur and respected elder, Nana Amponsah financed and built the school using finances and resources from his rubber and tire manufacturing business. The school eventually became a self-sustaining school that eventually provided educational opportunities to the Teshie-Nungua community.