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Glassdoor Recognizes Fast Enterprises as a 2017 Top 10 Best Place to Work
December 7, 2016. Denver, CO – Government software and consulting-services provider Fast Enterprises, LLC (FAST) has once again been honored as a “best place to work” by online jobs and career community Glassdoor, marking the fourth consecutive year the company has received the award and the first year of recognition in the Top Large companies category.
“To be recognized by our employees as one of the top 10 best places to work is incredibly gratifying,” said Martin Rankin, FAST’s managing partner. “Delivering exceptional software to our clients requires exceptional effort and skills from our employees who work at our client agencies’ project sites. We strive to make their work both enjoyable and satisfying.”
Visionary Integration Professionals and Fast Enterprises Implement Modernized System for Washington
Teamwork and innovation result in on-time and on-budget delivery of the Department of Licensing’s new fuel tax and commercial-vehicle registration system
RESTON, VA–(Marketwired – November 15, 2016) – Visionary Integration Professionals (VIP), a leading provider of technology solutions that drive enterprise performance, has announced the successful completion of a system modernization project for Washington State Department of Licensing (DOL), the agency charged with administering over $1.5 billion of the state’s annual fuel tax revenue.
The project, a collaborative endeavor between prime-contractor VIP, government software and services provider Fast Enterprises (FAST), and Washington DOL, provides the state agency with a fully integrated and modern web-based system based on FAST’s GenTax® integrated tax software.
MVD meets challenge of better service
In the last five years, the Motor Vehicle Division has come a long way in improving customer service and our wait times.
In fact, some wait times are down by as much as 85 percent — with many customers around the state having to wait just under 10 minutes to receive help.
It wasn’t always like this. As many New Mexicans can attest to, taking a trip to the MVD used to be one of the most unpleasant — yet necessary — chores. Six years ago, that could mean waiting more than an hour to get help — not counting how long it would take to complete a transaction.
But things have changed.
Mass. agrees to $62.2M software contract for real ID licenses
BOSTON >> The ability of Massachusetts residents to access certain federal buildings and airplane departure gates in future years could depend on the success of a $62.2 million contract with a Colorado company hired to revamp the state’s three-decade-old driver’s license software system.
After the Massachusetts Department of Transportation authorized the state to move forward with Fast Enterprises on Thursday, Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack said the new software package could support the state’s plans for licenses that comply with the federal REAL ID law.
2016 Best of New York and Hugh Carey Awards Announced
Presented by e.Republic’s Center for Digital Government, the Best of New York Awards recognize state and local government organizations for their standout contributions, best practices and works of distinction in information technology that improve citizen services.
Congratulations to the 2016 Best of New York Award Winners:
Demonstrated Excellence in Project Management
Michelle Miao, Ph.D., BTS Program Director
New York City Department of Finance
Best Application Serving an Agency’s Business Needs
NYC Department of Finance Integrated Business Tax System
The NYC Dept of Finance Integrated Business Tax System or “BTS” is implemented using Fast Enterprises’ GenTax® software.
Fast Enterprises Surpasses 1,000 Employees, Announces Two Associate Partner Promotions
Government software and consulting services provider Fast Enterprises, LLC (FAST) recently surpassed the 1,000th employee mark, more than doubling its workforce in a little over two years. The company also named as associate partners two long-time employees, Ken Buna and Carmen Kurushima, both senior FAST project managers.