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2018 DHS Small Business of the Year

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) awarded Pyramid Systems the 2018 DHS Small Business Achievement Award for its outstanding work in support of the DHS mission. The award was given in recognition of Pyramid’s remarkable results.

Pyramid provided DHS' U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) with technical expertise that exceeded the customer's expectations. DHS commended Pyramid’s technical resources for exploring new, unknown, and different areas of technology, while consistently meeting quality standards and DHS security policies. For more information, read our press release.

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2018 Top 8 ACT-IAC Igniting Innovation

Pyramid Systems’ USCIS Name Check Service innovation was selected as a top 8 finalist out of 40 finalists for the 2018 ACT-IAC’s Igniting Innovation Conference and Awards. The Customer Profile Management System – Name Check Service (CPMS-NC) innovation represented a transformation of the legacy manually-intensive mainframe batch name check processes into a transactional RESTful web services solution.

More information is on Igniting Innovation website.

Great Place to Work

Pyramid Systems earned the 2019 Great Place to Work Certification based on results of an anonymous employee survey that focused on company culture, challenges, rewards, communication, and leadership. In the survey, 95 percent of employees said Pyramid was a great place to work.

For more results, see our company overview.

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Women Who Mean Business

The Washington Business Journal honored Pyramid Systems’ President and Co-founder, Sherry Hwang, with its 2019 “Women Who Mean Business Award.” Since 1999, the annual “Women Who Mean Business Awards” have recognized local women for entrepreneurship, professionalism, civic engagement, and community leadership. In 2019, only 25 women were selected from 300 nominations.

For more information, see Sherry's profile.

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