Established in 1995, HCI is a privately-owned company with a focus on delivering quality staffing and technology solutions. Our employees’ commitment to “making it happen”
, has established HCI as one of the top small business DOD contractors.
The company’s management team has over 100 years of business experience providing services to the Federal Government. HCI is headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia.
Presently, we have professionals employed across the United States and around the world providing professional services to the Federal Government. HCI is a Small Disadvantage Business (SDB), Veteran-Owned Small Business (VOSB), and a Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB).
HCI is an ISO 9001:2015 certified company, by Intertek, the registrar. The corporate-wide Quality Management System (QMS) implemented as part of ISO provides documented processes to manage daily business operations designed to enhance customer satisfaction through set standards with continual improvements on performance.
Managing our government contracts is integral part of our business and we have successfully passed several DCAA audits on the company’s pricing structure and cost accounting system. HCI’s DCAA compliant accounting software uses job cost accounting system which is directly linked to the government contract management module which performs project cost accounting and automates the process of generating government invoices in Cost Plus, Time and Material (T&M), or Firm Fixed Price (FFP) formats.
A unique aspect of HCI, from a small business prospective, is that we can offer a variety of contract vehicles to obtain our technical solutions and/or professional services from our many teaming partners’ agency specific indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contracts to HCI’s own prime contracts.
HCI’s success and projected sustained growth is directly contributable to the company’s guiding principle; ”creating a deliberate path to success that embodies excellence of service with the utmost of integrity” . This guiding principle is woven within the culture of HCI and reinforced by the day-to-day actions of the management team led by the President and CEO.