Washington, D.C. — BayFirst Solutions joined leading information technology providers at this week’s State Department IT Vendor Day. Franz Wesner, Bayfirst’s vice president of development was joined by Greg McCaffrey, the company’s director of business development, in day-long opportunity to match BayFirst’s capabilities with technology needs across the federal foreign service.
“BayFirst is enthusiastic about helping the State Department address growing need for cyber innovation and information technology,” CEO Kevin Gooch said. “Our solid track record working with federal defense and homeland security departments has given us the resources, experience, and capabilities necessary to help the State Department meet the challenges it faces.”
The IT Vendor Day was sponsored by the Federal Business Council, one of the nation’s largest trade providers of technology education and mission support for the Department of Defense, the intelligence community, and federal civilian agencies. The event was held in the main exhibit hall of the U.S. State Department headquarters in Washington, D.C. on Sept. 18.
Founded in 2002, BayFirst Solutions is a strategic management and technology consulting firm that helps government agencies plan, manage, and execute programs that enhance public safety, strengthen cyber defenses, and develop information technology systems. In addition to corporate offices in downtown Washington, D.C., BayFirst teams operate across the nation, partnering with public sector clients to deliver impactful results in the areas of network engineering, cybersecurity and information assurance, intelligence and analytics, program and acquisition management, and engineering and logistics.