Interview with Promod Sharma. President and CEO of Criterion.
Criterion has won a $40 million task order to help the U.S. Forest Service modernize information technology systems and applications.
Criterion announced it will be providing cybersecurity and IT services.
This was Criterion’s second transaction announcement from September.
Several media organizations wrote articles about Criterion’s acquisition of SAGE Black.
Several media organizations also wrote articles about Criterion's acquisition of Protas Solutions.
Six months after it purchased intelligence contractor Realm Consulting Inc., Criterion Systems Inc. made another move.
Criterion Systems has expanded its footprint in the robust intelligence sector by acquiring Protas Solutions.
Criterion Systems, a Vienna-based cybersecurity and IT services company, has acquired Reston-based government contractor Protas Solutions, a provider
The CyberWire linked to Criterion’s press release in their 9.21.21 Daily Briefing.
Article on Jerry Black's promotion to Vice President.
People on the Move announcement can be found here.
Criterion has promoted two to Vice President.
Criterion Systems Controller Rick Williams and Corionna Canada, the company’s director of contracts and purchasing, have been promoted.
Criterion CEO Promod Sharma is featured in this profile about the company and the strengths of the DC region.
A growing swell of mergers and acquisitions activity has reached across government contracting.
Vienna firm Criterion Systems Inc. made a move to enhance its offerings in the intelligence space.
A selection of media coverage from our 3/2/21 acquisition announcement.
One of the most immediate benefits is the ability to identify what we call “shadow IT.”
Criterion CFO, Steve Mast, was nominated. The full list is here.
AFS and Criterion Systems Inc. have been awarded a spot on the five-year, $450 million UDSA DAITSS contract.
Criterion has secured CMMI Maturity Level 3 rating.
This article offers a variety of expert recommendations on improving enterprise cybersecurity.
The CyberWire linked to Criterion’s press release in their 9.21.20 Daily Briefing.
John Harrison discusses the cybersecurity challenges that federal IT officials face during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Charlie Doyle’s promotion to Chief Operating Officer announced here.
Marcie Cheney’s promotion to Chief Strategy Officer announced here.
Criterion Systems, a Vienna-based systems integrator and cybersecurity company, has promoted Charlie Doyle to COO, and Marcie Cheney to chief strategy
Criterion Systems has promoted senior vice presidents Charlie Doyle and Marcie Cheney to take on the respective roles of chief operating officer and c
John Harrison, director of Criterion's Cybersecurity COE, wrote the article, How to Update Agency Security Operations Centers.
Virginia Business has published its annual Fantastic 50 list of the fastest-growing companies in Virginia.
Criterion Systems has been recognized as part of The Financial Times inaugural list of The Americas’ Fastest Growing Companies 2020.
Greater Washington biz leaders share their predictions for 2020 in this article in the Washington Business Journal.
Greater Washington biz leaders share their best and worst moments from 2019 in this article in the Washington Business Journal.
G.I. Jobs has published its list of Military Friendly Employers. Criterion is included.
Contributed article by John Harrison, director of Criterion's Cybersecurity Center of Excellence.
Criterion has once again been named to the list of the 75 fastest-growing companies in the Washington, DC, region by the Washington Business Journal.
Criterion is #23 on the list.
Criterion made the list. Read the full article here.
The recognition marks Criterion’s first time on the list. G.I. Jobs magazine will feature the list in its December issue. Read the full article here.
Article notes that Criterion’s culture seeks to reflect an entrepreneurial spirit and technical skills. Full article here.
Criterion is on the Top Workplaces list of midsize companies in the DC region.
Find the full list of winners, including Criterion CEO Promod Sharma here.
The announcement appeared in the 6/17/19 newsletter. More information here.
Read the full article at ExecutiveBiz.
Our CEO wins prestigious award. Profile here.
Key cybersecurity challenges for Federal Departments and Agencies that need to be addressed.
Criterion Systems has launched a platform designed to help federal agencies develop and field cybersecurity and privacy programs.
Criterion’s CISO, Dan Chandler, is quoted in this article on risk management.
The official rankings have been released and Criterion is #21!
Criterion awarded a potential nine-year, $12.1 billion multiple award ID/IQ contract from the U.S. Army. Full article here.
Criterion Systems is working with the Learning Center-Las Vegas to support its new cybersecurity apprentice program.
Criterion has been named to the list of the 75 fastest-growing companies in the Washington, DC, region by the Washington Business Journal
Companies are ranked by their revenue growth from 2014 to 2017. The full list of companies earned $206.2 billion in revenue last year.
Encompassing more than 20 full-time employees, Criterion is the prime contractor for this unrestricted task order under GSA Schedule 70.
A central authority could reduce the complexity that exists today. Over the past few months, some private-sector companies have called for building...
Criterion Systems, Inc. has been named to the annual Fantastic 50 list of Virginia’s fastest-growing companies.
Criterion Systems, Inc. announced that Bob Heckman has been promoted to Chief Information Officer (CIO). The promotion is effective immediately.
Criterion Systems promoted Bob Heckman to Chief Information Officer (CIO).
Criterion Systems has secured an $85 million task order under the General Services Administration‘s Alliant Small Business contract vehicle.
Criterion Systems has won a potential five-year, $85 million task order to help the Agriculture Department operate its national IT center.
The cybersecurity staffing shortage is reaching crisis proportions, and companies are looking beyond the traditional channels...
It happens every day; sometimes every hour, even every minute, personal and business information is hacked by someone or some group...
Jerry Black focuses on expanding Criterion’s presence in the federal civilian government market, primarily within the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
During 2013-2014, the National Institute of Standards and Technology worked with public and private entities to create...
In this day, there are vulnerabilities throughout the environment. These are blatant with malicious websites and more camouflaged as with phishing...