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Strategic Staffing Solutions Turns 17 and is Still Growing
DETROIT - Strategic Staffing Solutions (S3), one of the nation's largest staffing companies for information technology consultants, announced today that it has obtained eligibility as a certified vendor for the State of Louisiana.
S3 was selected due to its expertise and extensive experience in the areas of project and program management services; network support services; and non-mainframe class server technical support services.
"We have been a dedicated member for the New Orleans community since we opened our office there in 2004 and we are looking forward to the opportunity for involvement on the state level," said Cynthia J. Pasky, S3 president and CEO.
Ed Comeaux, brand manager of the S3 New Orleans office said, "As a lifelong resident of Louisiana, I am particularly pleased to have the accreditation to offer S3's exceptional services to the state. It's also comforting to see our state continuing to grow and prosper through its recent challenges, specifically after Hurricane Katrina."
S3 was one of the first businesses to re-open its offices after Hurricane Katrina hit in August of 2005, moving back into its downtown office two months to the date from when the hurricane hit. During the hurricane, S3 went into action and provided housing placement, resources and laptops to its employees. S3 also increased its New Orleans staff from 78 to 90 employees because of urgent deadlines and operated from a temporary office in the Marriott Hotel in Baton Rouge.
"During Hurricane Katrina, in the midst of such a crisis, business never stopped and neither did our New Orleans team. Our customers needed us, our consultants needed us, and so we stepped up to the plate," Pasky said. "It's this unyielding dedication, strength and resilience in the areas we serve that sets S3 above the rest. I know these employees have the determination and expertise to handle any challenge."
Strategic Staffing Solutions is in its 17th year of working with state governments. Louisiana will be joining an impressive list of state customers that includes Michigan, Georgia, Florida, Delaware and Pennsylvania.