November 5, 2020 FTC

FTC Chief Growth Officer Monica Rosser Receives FedHealthIT100 Award

Rosser recognized for driving change and advancement in the Federal Health Information Technology market for second consecutive year


FTC announced today that Chief Growth Officer Monica Rosser was recognized as an industry leader driving change in the Health Information Technology Market with the FedHealthIT100 Award.

This is the second consecutive year that Monica has received this prestigious award, which FedHealthIT describes as honoring individuals who are “making an Impact, going Above and Beyond, Driving Innovation, Challenging Conventional Wisdom, Driving Positive Outcomes and Giving Back to the Larger Community.” Nominated and chosen by their peers, the recipients of this award are recognized for advancing the Federal Health Information Technology Market through a desire and willingness to challenge conventional wisdom, to go above and beyond, to drive innovation, and to give back to the larger Federal Health IT and Consulting community.

FTC’s first female Chief Growth Officer, Monica has been integral to the company’s extraordinary growth – amassing over a half-billion-dollar portfolio within the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) and expanding the company’s footprint in new markets by securing key contracts within the Defense Health Agency (DHA), Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Department of Justice (DOJ), among many others. Forward-thinking and mission-focused, Monica challenges her team to steward innovation by implementing continuous improvement, adapting ideas from the commercial space, and developing expertise in emerging technologies to achieve transformation goals. A champion for innovation across her own team and in the delivery of a digital future, Monica’s leadership has been especially pivotal during the COVID-19 crisis – fostering unprecedented collaboration across delivery teams, facilitating key strategic partnerships with commercial and industry partners, and establishing an outreach program with her alma maters to drive leadership in technology from unconventional places. A passionate advocate for the advancement of women in the workplace, Monica is devoted to ensuring equity at leadership tables at FTC and across the industry. In addition to leading a high performing team – and being a new mom – Monica lives the FTC values by giving back in an especially meaningful way: fueled by the lessons of her Vietnam Veteran father, she volunteers to provide career counseling, job application coaching, and technology support for Veterans who are struggling to thrive in a virtual world.

“I am honored to be listed among such innovative colleagues and their noble efforts in the health IT space,” commented Monica. “I feel grateful for the continual advancements in this industry, the genuine camaraderie, and the continual opportunity to serve our clients.”

Award recipients will be honored at the 5th Annual FedHealthIT100 virtual conference and award ceremony on Tuesday, November 17th. For details and event registration information, please click here.


FTC is a rapidly-growing Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB) that has delivered dynamic, cutting-edge Information Technology (IT) solutions and services to drive digital transformation for Federal Government agencies across the Civilian, Defense, and Intelligence landscape since 2007. Specializing in Agile Transformation, IT Infrastructure & Modernization, Cyber & Threat Detection, Data Science & Analytics, and Intelligence Engineering & Operations, our suite of capabilities represents the breadth of our expertise at the forefront of the rapidly changing IT landscape in the Federal Government space.