Honoring Heroes of September 11th
On 15th Anniversary, NeoSystems and Rear Admiral Honor Heroes of 9/11, Military, Veterans, Government Agencies, and Government Contracting Clients Who Keep America Safe
Tysons Corner, Va. (September 9, 2016) – NeoSystems Corp, a leading provider of managed services (Accounting, Human Resources, Contract Management, Information Technology), Hosting, and Systems Integration Consulting Services, is recognizing and honoring the fallen heroes, their families and all first responders, as well as thanking those who continue to ensure our national security on the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. The NeoSystems team expresses deep gratitude to those currently serving in the military, U.S. veterans, every branch of our government, the U.S. intelligence community, and government contractors who fight every day to safeguard America’s principles of democracy, free trade and free speech.
“On this 15th anniversary of that solemn day, all of us at NeoSystems pay tribute to those who paid the ultimate price on 9/11, the heroes of that day, and those that work tirelessly to ensure our safety and national security. We are thankful for our clients who are committed to helping make our world a safer place.” said Michael Tinsley, CEO of NeoSystems Corp. “Many of our clients are veteran-owned businesses who have fought and are still fighting to safeguard this nation from the tragedies befallen innocent men and women on that day.”
Friend and client of NeoSystems Corp., Rear Admiral Edward “Sonny” Masso became a 9/11 first responder when he entered his Pentagon command center the morning of September 11, 2001. “I would like to thank NeoSystems Corp. for supporting the government contracting community—especially our veteran-owned small businesses – enabling them to fulfill their missions and ensure our national security”, commented Rear Admiral Masso (U.S. Navy, Retired).
“September 11, 2001 began as a beautiful late summer day, but quickly descended into darkness and tragedy about 9:40 am that morning at the Pentagon.
I continue to be profoundly motivated and mindful every day of the memories of my shipmates and colleagues who lost their lives or who were wounded in the Pentagon where I served that day. I am also proud of the American spirit which rose from the ashes that day, unifying a common sense of purpose to help each other, support all of the victims, and embrace our American way of life. Our nation and our people are resilient.”
NeoSystems is committed to organizations like Wounded Warriors and others that support our military, first responders and veterans.
About Rear Admiral Edward “Sonny” Masso (USN Ret.)
Rear Admiral Sonny Masso was a Captain assigned as Commanding Officer of the Navy Command Center Detachment 106 at the U.S. Pentagon on September 11, 2001. The Command Center took a direct hit on 9/11 inflicting death and injury to numerous members of Rear Admiral Masso’s command. Of all of Rear Admiral Masso’s decorations earned over his 32 year United States Navy career, he is most proud of the Meritorious Unit Commendation awarded his command for services during and after the 9/11 act of terrorism.
Rear Admiral Sonny Masso served in the Navy as a Surface Warfare Office retiring in October 2009 after 32 years, 9 commands, and visiting nearly every country in the world. He is originally from Southern California, and attended the University of Mississippi on a Naval ROTC scholarship. As a Flag Officer, Rear Admiral Masso served as the Vice Commander of the Naval Surface Forces Command working on the training, equipment, maintenance, and manning of all Surface Ships in the Navy, as well as focusing on readiness and training of the Force. Rear Admiral Masso was next assigned as the Assistant Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Manpower, Personnel, Training and Education. He focused on requirements, policy, congressional affairs, and business process governance for the Navy’s 350,000 uniformed personnel.
Rear Admiral Masso is President of Flagship Connection, a strategic consulting firm specializing in Public Safety, DoD, and High Technology business with a strong emphasis on program management, missile defense, acoustic signal processing programs, cyber and irregular warfare, intelligence, U.S. Navy human resources IT, and C4ISR. Current client projects rely on his expertise to solve challenges related to cyber-security, and the application of world class modeling and simulation, optimization, and data analysis. He is a published author and recognized speaker on issues of national security, including cyber security and technology management in government.
About NeoSystems Corporation
NeoSystems Corp., based in Tysons Corner, Virginia, delivers integrated strategic back office services and solutions to enable, run, and secure commercial entities, government contractors, and nonprofit organizations. Today, NeoSystems supports 700 companies and over 50,000 employees with its outsourced services and NeoSystems’ experts have implemented hundreds of fully integrated financial and business management systems. Utilizing best of breed technology and leveraging in-depth expertise in Accounting & Finance, Human Capital Management, Contract Management, Hosting (SOC1/SOC2/NIST/DFARS/ITAR), and Information Technology, our team enables companies to improve vital operations, reduce their overhead costs and become compliant with complex requirements. NeoSystems is partnered with the world’s leading software companies, including NetSuite, Deltek, Ultimate Software, IBM, and others to provide best-in-class solutions. NeoSystems is Deltek’s first and only Platinum Partner. For the seventh consecutive year, NeoSystems has been named one of America’s fastest growing private companies by Inc. Magazine. For more information, visit http://www.NeoSystemsCorp.com.
Nancy Rose Senich
Source: NeoSystems Corp.