IGH Wins Renewed Contract with the Georgia National Guard

  • 03/17/2021
  • Interactive Government

IGH Wins Renewed Contract with the Georgia National Guard
Over the past 365 days, the National Guard has been called on in ways that seemed unimaginable a year ago. Yet the men and women of the National Guard have served their missions with professionalism and integrity.

Interactive Government Holdings is proud to support customers in critical DOD and civilian agencies, including the National Guard in many states. Recently, our contract with the Georgia Army National Guard was renewed. Our talented IGH team in Georgia provides solutions and guidance to the Guard and in turn, supports mission readiness of guardsmembers across the Peach State.

James, our Project Manager in Georgia, recognizes how meaningful our tasks are. He said, “Working as an adjunct team member with the National Guard is both rewarding and invigorating on many levels.”

IGH was founded by a service-disabled veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps and it boasts a high hiring rate of military veterans, earning it federal honors from the U.S. Department of Labor. IGH looks forward to continuing to support the National Guard in Georgia and beyond.

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