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IMRI President and CEO Receives Prestigious MLK Award

IMRI President and CEO, Martha Daniel, was honored to receive the prestigious 2018 Martin Luther King Drum Major Award for her efforts to advance tolerance, equality, and social justice. The award was presented at a ceremony that took place at Christ Our Redeemer church in Irvine, CA on the Martin Luther King Day holiday. Ms. Daniel was featured on the front page of the Orange County Register, to read the article click HERE.

 

IMRI Wins Prime Contract on Ten Year, $5 Billion Ceiling, Veterans Technology Service (VETS) 2 Governmentwide Acquisition Contract (GWAC)

IMRI announces its recent Prime Contract Award on the VETS2 GWAC. VETS 2 is a multiple-award, indefinite-delivery/indefinite quantity (ID/IQ) contract that has a Read the rest of this entry »

IMRI Ranks another year on the Inc 5000 List

IMRI ranks number 2555 on the 2017 Inc5000 list – check out the full profile and company information HERE

IMRIs Cybersecurity Division, Cytellix, ranks with Washington Technology

IMRIs Cybersecurity Division, Cytellix, ranks as one of the 2017 Most Innovative Companies with Washington Technology.

This program was launched to recognize companies making fundamental changes in how they operate. These changes are driven by multiple factors such as customer needs, budget realities and technological advances; as well as process changes, research-and-development, and technology partnerships and alliances. See the list of nominees ranked beside Cytellix, HERE

Cytellix Cybersecurity, EVP speaks at Legends and Leaders

IMRI’s Cytellix Cybersecurity EVP Brian Berger joined the lineup for the October 10th Irvine Chamber of Commerce Legends and Leaders event.

Legends in their industries discussed how the evolution of their companies and corporate culture were developed and how bold leadership is shaping their future. Attendees got an insider’s view into innovative business trends and how to spot opportunities so you’ll have the best chance at staying ahead of the curve.