• Published On: December 19th, 2017Categories: GaN News

    GaN Corporation (dba Geeks and Nerds), is an official member of the Consortium for Command, Control, and Communication in Cyberspace (C5). The C5 enables rapid acquisition and development of innovative solutions for the DOD using Other Transaction Authorities (OTAs). OTAs operate legally outside of Federal Acquisition Regulations (FARs), meaning the time between identifying a need

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  • Published On: September 5th, 2017Categories: GaN News

    GaN Corporation (dba Geeks and Nerds) is on the winning team for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate’s Joint Requirements Council’s Operations and Requirements Analysis Support Services. This contract allows GaN to provide our systems engineering, test and evaluation, modeling and simulation, and cybersecurity expertise, helping DHS modernize the homeland defense

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  • Published On: September 13th, 2016Categories: GaN News

    Dr. Richard Kass has distinguished himself among his colleagues by being honored with the 2016 Test and Evaluation Professional Award for the publication of his work, titled “Twenty-one Parameters for Rigorous, Robust, and Realistic OT,” which was published in The International Test and Evaluation Association’s (ITEA) June, 2015 edition of the Journal of Test and

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  • Published On: February 18th, 2016Categories: GaN News

    For the fourth year in a row, Geeks and Nerds has been named a winner of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s DREAM BIG Blue Ribbon Small Business Award®. This award annually recognizes 100 companies for their success and their contributions to America’s economic growth and vitality. Winners were selected from a record number of applicants

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  • Published On: February 24th, 2015Categories: GaN News

    For the Third Year in a Row, Geeks and Nerds is a U.S. Chamber of Commerce Blue Ribbon Award Winner! We are proud to announce our inclusion in the Top 100 Small Businesses in the United States, and honored to join a prestigious group of award winners. GaN Corporation, founded in 2004, began in Huntsville,

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  • Published On: January 22nd, 2015Categories: GaN News

    GaN is pleased to announce that our Advanced Technology Office (ATO) team has again won the contract award to support the Redstone Test Center (RTC) Technology Engineering Services. GaN has supported the RTC ATO since 2010, and we are honored and excited to continue this work along with our valued teammates. With this contract award,

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  • Published On: January 22nd, 2015Categories: GaN News

    Geeks and Nerds is now an AMCOM EXPRESS BPA holder! Geeks and Nerds was recently notified of our successful bid to become a Prime contractor for the AMCOM EXPRESS Blanket Purchase Agreement Contract. This will allow GaN Corporation to bid on Task Orders generated by AMCOM EXPRESS. We are happy to have a talented, proven

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  • Published On: January 22nd, 2015Categories: GaN News

    Geeks and Nerds wins the Operational Test Command Test Technology Support Services Contract! The men and women of the GaN team supporting this effort have been awarded the contract for another three years. Dr. Jonn Kim congratulated the team, stating, “The hard work and excellent results of the past have led to this victory. We

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  • Published On: January 16th, 2015Categories: GaN News

    Over three years ago, the Geeks and Nerds Scholarship was founded, and since its inception, over $200,000 has been given to schools in Alabama, Arizona, New Mexico, Tennessee, and Texas. Today, we are launching the Geeks and Nerds Foundation, a charitable organization which will oversee the disbursement of the Scholarship funds. The overall goal of

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  • Published On: November 14th, 2014Categories: GaN News

    Dr. Ken Fernandez, a staff member of Geeks and Nerds (GaN), invented the 3-D X-Ray Luggage Scanner while he was an employee of NASA. GaN was granted an exclusive license to commercialize this technology by NASA. Dr. Ken Fernandez shown with the 3-D X-Ray exhibit at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center The

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