USWCC Award

Inflow’s CEO receives Emerging Star Award from USWCC

Angel Crockett stands with fellow USWCC awardees and Margot Dorfman, CEO of USWCC.

Angel Crockett stands with fellow USWCC awardees and Margot Dorfman, CEO of USWCC.

Washington, DC – On March 30, 2017, Angel Crockett, Inflow’s CEO, was awarded the Emerging Star award from the U.S. Women’s Chamber of Commerce (USWCC). The award is given to “exceptional federal suppliers exhibiting outstanding growth and achievement in developing federal contracting markets and opportunities.” For more information on the awardees, click here.

On March 29th and 30th, the USWCC hosted the National Small Business Federal Contracting Summit Spring 2017. The event promoted increased focus on ensuring small business federal contracting dollars, access to federal agencies and prime contractors, and updates on current trends, opportunities, and legal education. To learn more about the USWCC National Small Business Federal Contracting Summit, click here.
 

About Inflow - Inflow is a Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB) and HUBZone Certified Business focused on solving complex terror and criminal issues for the United States Government and its partners, by providing high quality and innovative solutions at the right price through the cultivation of a company culture dedicated to being #1 in employee and customer engagement. Inflow is determined to “Make it Matter” by putting people first. With an extensive background in National Security, Inflow provides in-depth solutions for Cyber Operations, Intelligence, Enterprise IT, Identity Operations, Training, and Government Consulting. For information, visit www.inflow-ns.com