Our Corporate Responsibility
FTC was founded with a mission and vision to be a vital part of the integration, promotion of interoperability and transformation of the Department of Defense and Veteran Affairs healthcare electronic information system, enabling the improvement of healthcare delivery and outcomes.
This mission and vision set the stage for FTC’s initial client engagements supporting the DoD and VA iEHR efforts, and have served as a foundation since that first engagement in 2008.
Although FTC has grown and engaged a variety of new clients outside of the DoD and VA healthcare realm, the passion for public service, and desire to “make a difference” continues to serve as the foundation for all we do.
Accordingly, FTC's corporate citizenship and community outreach activities have grown to include support for a variety of social and economic development focused organizations such as:
North Stafford Young Life – Promoting a sense of community, leadership and purpose in adolescent children through programming and enrichment within a multicultural ministry.
Paralyzed Vets of America – Providing quality health care, research and education, benefits and opportunities for Veterans of the armed forces who have experienced spinal cord injury or dysfunction.
Disabled Veterans National Foundation (DVNF) – Providing critically needed support to disabled and at-risk Veterans who leave the military wounded – physically or psychologically – after defending our safety and our freedom.
AFCEA Bethesda Chapter – Encouraging dialogue and partnership between the federal government and industry to solve the most critical IT challenges to foster better inter-agency communication, share best practices, identify mission-critical issues and increase engagement with industry IT solution and service providers.
Munroe Regional Medical Center (MRMC) – Providing quality inpatient, outpatient, medical, surgical and emergency health care for the greater Ocala, Florida, community.
The Lilabean Foundation – Seeking to fund critical childhood brain cancer research and help raise awareness of the severity of this disease.
Virginia Department of Veterans Services – Connecting Virginia’s veterans and their families to federal and state benefits, support, quality care and the recognition they have earned.
American Legion Post 11 – Providing a local community for American War Veterans.
Mayport Coastal Sciences Middle School – Providing a unique opportunity to study and understand the importance of local coastal ecosystems through partnerships with the Mayport Naval Station, Jacksonville University, University of North Florida, the US Coast Guard and the professional maritime community.
St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital – Leading the way the world understands, treats and defeats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases.
The George Washington University Hospital Women's Board, Inc. -- Providing dedicated service and philanthropic support to the George Washington University Hospital, University and surrounding community.
Acqua for life – Installing water points, latrines, rain water collection, water filtering and purifications systems in areas around the world that lack water.
Becky’s Fund – Striving to address domestic violence in all sectors of our community, establish prevention-based educational programs to counter domestic violence, and collaborate with others in a community to find ways to change the behavior and thinking behind issues that cause and perpetuate domestic violence.