Company: Lamar Strong Associates, LLC
Location: Lorton, VA, United States
LORTON, VA, February 28, 2013, Lamar Strong, President of Lamar Strong Associates, LLC, has been recognized by Elite American Business Owners for dedication, achievements and leadership in IT consulting.
At the helm of a business consulting firm that has become lauded for its commitment to offering top quality business consulting and IT services to its clients in the federal government and private sector, Mr. Strong expertly consults with businesses on information technology services and negotiates federal contracts with government agencies, including the Department of Defense and the Department of the Army. His company supports clients in business management, organization analysis, strategic planning, organization design and reengineering, change management, and risk management. The firm has also garnered a reputation of distinction for its force management and financial management solutions.
After serving in the military for 28 years, Mr. Strong became inspired to establish his own business by his discovery that in every application there was an information technology need to be fulfilled. His company supports an expansive and diverse client base in the federal government and private sector, and at Lamar Strong Associates, LLC, consultants from varied backgrounds are experienced in a variety of tools. As head of the business, he has come to attribute his success to his culture, honesty and knowledge of governmental organizations.
Mr. Strong served in the United States Army from 1972 to 2000 and retired at the rank of command sergeant major. He holds a Master’s Degree in Organizational Design from National-Louis University. He is a member of Prince William Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association International. Over the course of an illustrious career, he has accomplished many of his professional goals, and he now pinpoints the highlights of his career as being selected to go to Somalia during his service in the military in 1994, being sent to Haiti to return the president, and taking the risk of going into business for himself.
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