BeckITSystems, Inc. is located in Northern Virginia’s technology corridor in Dulles, VA. BeckITSystems’ founder, Ed Becker, began his technology career as a trainer to the US Customs Service advancing to COO and then Director of the Eastern Zone of the U.S. General Services Administration’s Federal Information Systems Services Program (FISSP). Based in Philadelphia, PA, the program operated branch offices in Boston, New York, Norfolk, and San Juan, Puerto Rico. In this role Ed had responsibility for technology projects for the Eastern US and the Caribbean. During Ed’s tenure with GSA he attended the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University where he received his senior executive training.
Projects implemented by the FISSP included the heads up display on the F-14, the FAA’s Public Airport landing safety program, the NASA neural network system, the Navy’s flight simulator systems in Norfolk, VA, the Navy’s nuclear submarine maintenance automaton program, and the Army’s Strategic Ammunition Supply System modernization. The Eastern Zone FISSP program received the Dr. W. Edwards Deming Total Quality Management (TQM) award for 1995.
Following his career in GSA, Ed founded BeckITSystems in 1999 to provide organizations with technology that delivers business results. Several of BeckITSystems’ clients have grown into national and international companies through well-planned business navigation using BeckITSystems’ technology infrastructure.
BeckITSystems, Inc. received the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce’s Technology Business of the Year Award and Small Business of the Year award. BeckITSystems is a Microsoft Certified GOLD Partner and Certified Small Business Specialist specializing in applying technology to automate business processes for organizational success.
BeckITSystems’s services are focused on providing the business tools that small businesses need to compete, providing affordable technology designs based on business requirements. Our technology solutions cut costs and put your company in a position to prosper.