RCS Food Bank (www.rcspinellas.org/) is the largest distributor of emergency food to people, especially children, who are hungry in our community.
More than 100-families seek out assistance daily from local food banks and that number only increases during the holiday season. CWU is proud to host our own internal food drive to help feed the families of our community. CWU is honored to be a member of this wonderful community and everyone at CWU is grateful for the opportunity to give back.
CWU, Inc. was awarded a (3)-year Task Order under the INSCOM DLITE IDIQ contract vehicle to continue support of the JTF-GTMO. For the past (3)-years, CWU, Inc., has been working in support of the JTF and are looking forward towards the continued support for another (3)-years!!
CWU, Inc. has been awarded a task order under the INSCOM DLITE contract vehicle in direct support to the United States Army Security Assistance Command (USASAC) to provide sign language interpretation services for the hearing impaired.
CWU has been awarded a contract to provide role players and management support services to the Minnesota CBRNE Enhanced Response Force Package (MN-CERFP) Collective Training Event (CTE) and External Evaluation (EXEVAL) exercises.
CWU, Inc., proudly announces another winning proposal effort. The Army Intelligence and Security Command awards CWU the Department of Defense Language Interpretation and Translation Enterprise (DLITE) Support Services, Train and Sustain Mission Area for US Army South at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio, Texas. The work will require Spanish linguists with a 3/3 rating on the International Language Roundtable (ILR) scale and active TS/SCI clearance. Please see the job announcement for complete details and requirements.
23 June 2015 – CWU, Inc. has been awarded a three (3) year task order under the INSCOM DLITE contract vehicle to provide Language Support Services which include 422 FTE employees and program managers at Fort Gordon, Georgia.
Every year, since 1963, the Small Business Administration takes the opportunity to highlight the impact of outstanding entrepreneurs, small business owners, and others from across the nation through National Small Business Week.
Small businesses contribute to local economies by bringing innovation to their community, providing employment opportunities, and attracting talent who invent new products or implement new solutions for existing ideas.
U.S. Small Business South Florida District Director Francisco “Pancho” Marrero is pleased to announce the winners of SBA’s 2015 State of Florida and South Florida District Small Business Week Awards.
“The nominations for this year’s competition prove once again, the level of professionalism and success is a trademark of our south Florida small business community,” said Marrero. “Not only should the winners be congratulated but every business nominated and considered should be recognized for their accomplishments. Selecting this year’s winners was no easy task.”
The award for the 2015 SBA South Florida District Veteran Owned Small Business of the Year AND the 2015 SBA State of Florida Veteran Owned Small Business of the Year was presented, by Congressman Gus Bilirakis, to Mr. Charles Jenkins, Owner and President of CWU, Inc.