EmblemHealth, the largest health insurer in New York State and anchor V.E.T.S. Program client, was required to modify a large number of applications to comply with the Affordable Care Act, particularly in relation to the electronic coding for medical procedures.
Freddie Mac, a major mortgage packager and reseller and anchor V.E.T.S. Program client based in Virginia, needed to provide the capability for real-time data corrections in its internal Fixed Income Selling System.
The current platform used by Freddie Mac, a major mortgage packager and reseller and anchor V.E.T.S. Program client based in Virginia, for Credit Enhancement (CE) Front End is no longer supported by the vendor.
Freddie Mac’s (major mortgage packager and reseller) Identity and Access Management (IAM) service, needed to re-certify the access of internal users and system accounts to platforms and applications.
Last week NBC highlighted the work that the Sharp Decisions V.E.T.S. Program continues to do at one of our anchor client sites, Freddie Mac, for part two of their Veterans at Work series.
This week NBC highlighted the work that the Sharp Decisions V.E.T.S. Program continues to do at one of our anchor client sites, Freddie Mac.
On Tuesday afternoon, Sharp Decisions spokesman Jared Baiman took to CBS Radio LA – KNX – to discuss why hiring veterans is a good business decision.
Our CEO Karen Ross was featured today as an example of being a “Confidently decisive” CEO by Air Force General John Michel in Chief Executive Group.
The head of our Charlotte office and Vice President and Business Development Manager, Chris Kenny was featured in the Charlotte Observer on April 18 heading into the NFL Draft.
Friday afternoon the Dallas Morning News wrote a wonderful story on how the head of our newly formed V.E.T.S. Program Advisory Board plans to move forward to grow the program to new heights.