Capability Statement                California DVBE 1769451

Our principles

Listen to our customers

We will listen to our customers and work as partners to select the best solution. We will not decide the best solution for them, unless they want us to.

Provide value to our customers

Help select the solution that provides the best value and only charge if the solution meets the requirements.

Save time and money

We are experts at finding solutions that are open source, fast, secure, and free!

About the company

We are a certified Federal and California Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE) and Small Business (SB) entity specializing in application development, web site hosting and cloud based solutions, pc refreshes, project management, server administration, network administration, IT goods procurement, and security. We have over thirty years of combined experience working with state and federal government, medium sized businesses, and small businesses.

Veteran Technologies LLC was founded in 2014 by two highly experienced principals looking to share their IT knowledge and skills to help companies and organizations save time and money and remain secure.

The companies principal, Scott Dyer has been tinkering with computers since his teenage years. He not only enjoys working with technology, He also enjoys sharing its benefits with family, friends, and the companies and organizations he has worked for in the past and present.

> Scott spent 11 years in the Navy serving aboard nuclear submarines. In June of 1999 Scott went to work for the the University of California, Davis in the Economics Department. Later in 2010 Scott found a larger opportunity as lead Systems Adminstrator for the Division of Social Sciences in the College of Letters and Science. The larger environment allowed Scott the experience in maintaining services for a much more diverse group of customers and the many challenges associated with keeping the many systems working together smoothly.

During this time Scott completed several certifications. Scott provided technical training at the University of California Davis Extension.