Several members of Team QuTech, including company President Jeffrey Hamilton and Director of Human Resources Gevada Sims, descended on the DC Central Kitchen to work the dinner meal preparation shift in collaboration with ACT/IAC. While one group of bakers created dough from scratch, another group rolled the dough out into LARGE PAN-SIZED rectangles. Then, our intreprid team of cooks used the dough sheets to top off a glorious-smelling Pot Pie mixture that was to feed hundreds of deserving folks on an upcoming cold winter’s day. Everyone had a great time and many of the team members have already signed up for another shift!
Quality Technology, Inc. (QuTech) is an ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 20000-1:2011 certified Information Technology (IT) solutions firm committed to providing services, products, and total customer satisfaction. We employ state-of-the-art technology and a broad range of technical expertise to meet and exceed client requirements. QuTech combines over 26 years of partnership with Federal, State, and Local Governments, and a strong track record of attracting and retaining highly qualified technical personnel to provide our customers with solutions that meet their needs at a low risk and at a reasonable cost. The QuTech Corporate Headquarters is located in Largo, MD, with a satellite office in Falls Church, VA. The company has contract operations in Washington, DC; Virginia; Maryland; Missouri; Colorado; Texas; Mississippi; Florida; Pennsylvania; New York; and Germany. Website: www.qutech.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
About DC Central Kitchen
DC Central Kitchen is America’s leader in reducing hunger with recycled food, training unemployed adults for culinary careers, serving healthy school meals, and rebuilding urban food systems through social enterprise. DC Central Kitchen serves 5,000 free, balanced meals a day, distributing them to homeless shelters, transitional homes, and nonprofit organizations. QuTech staff volunteer wherever they are needed—whether that is slicing and dicing vegetables, building meals, or cleaning the kitchen. Volunteers see firsthand how the creative use of resources and their own personal commitment make progress in defeating hunger, poverty, and poor health. https://dccentralkitchen.org/
The American Council for Technology-Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit educational organization established to improve government through the effective and innovative application of technology. ACT-IAC provides an objective, trusted and ethical forum where government and industry executives can communicate, collaborate and learn. ACT-IAC is the premiere public-private partnership in the government technology community and has been called “an example of how government and industry can work together.” https://www.actiac.org/