About Veteran Engineering and Technology
Veteran Engineering and Technology, LLC is a premier IT systems, systems engineering, training, and technical management firm specializing in cost effective, high quality and industry leading support services for a broad range of clients.
VET was incorporated in 2003 as a certified Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and built upon a commitment to excellence, duty and honor.
We are headquartered in scenic Colorado Springs near 4 major military installations including Fort Carson, Peterson AFB, Schreiver AFB, and the Air Force Academy.
Mission Statement. Our mission is to be the most responsive SDVOSB west of the Mississippi providing leading edge solutions to our customers.
Execution. Our execution strategy is simple: focus on the people who can provide the appropriate balance of systems, domain expertise, information and tools needed to excel in today's fast-paced, technology-driven environment.
Service. Currently one third of the company's personnel are veterans of the US military and served in Desert Shield/Desert Storm, Operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom and other campaigns. Many others actively serve their communities in organizations like The Pikes Peak Club, AUSA, NDIA, and the Pikes Peak Rural Transportation Authority (PPRTA).
IT. We provide IT services to government agencies and commercial businesses for all facets of IT development and delivery. We have the expertise to provide complete solutions, ranging from simple web site design to complex custom software development projects using the latest technologies. Whether it is simple IT support or large-scale project management, we have the personnel and the expertise to handle any IT job.
Training. VET has significant training and role playing experience. We develop and sustain the training management systems for the US Air Force and the US Army. We have a significant background developing and executing training and exercises such as Earnest Leader, a multi-brigade level set of CPXs for the Royal Saudi Land Forces.
Role Playing. VET Role Players portray real life participants in military training exercises in order to put the Training Audience (TA) into a 3-dimensional environment where face to face encounters are the norm and the building of relationships is critical. VET gives the TA the "Total Training Experience". The Role Playing includes the most senior level participants in terms of replicating visits by Senior Commanders and leaders, Congressional Delegations, visits by International and National Media, Press Conferences, staging civil events, all the way down to the soldier level for "real world" scenarios such as suicidal soldiers, sexual harassment situations and those serious concerns that affect all units at every level.