Vysnova Partners with GDIT to Support Naval Education and Training Command

Vysnova Partners is serving as a subcontractor to General Dynamics on recent contracts with the Naval Education and Training Command (NETC) and Naval Education and Training Professional Development Center (NETPDC).

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Vysnova CEO Participates in American Express Open Forum

Vysnova Partners CEO, Carlos Rivera, recently participated in an open forum on global trade sponsored by American Express. The Economist Intelligence Unit surveyed 531 executives worldwide, including Rivera, on global trade projections for their companies. Rivera provided additional insight into Vysnova’s global trade outlook and what matters most when doing business internationally in a recent article published on the credit card company’s business-focused news page, OPENforum.

“One thing that is most important to us is working in countries with business-friendly environments where we can find it easy to set up and operate, while ensuring full compliance with all local laws,” Rivera is quoted as saying in the article.

Click here to read more of Rivera’s comments on global trade in the full article on OPENforum.


Vysnova COO speaks at Institute for supply Management event

Vysnova Partners COO Dr. John Fallon facilitated a discussion with the Institute for Supply Management’s (ISM) National Capitol Area Chapter last week. The evening dinner discussion focused primarily on education within the supply chain arena, including training of the federal acquisition workforce, academic opportunities for supply chain professionals and needs of the acquisition workforce related to training and skill sets. Fallon offered his experience and thoughts related to supply chain education, including a plan for how ISM can (and should) align with the needs of the supply-chain workforce, before fielding the audience’s queries and comments. For more information on ISM, visit http://ism-nca.org/site/.


Vysnova Implements Malaria Prevention Project in Vietnam

Vysnova is working with the US Navy on a project in Vietnam to prevent malaria.