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Oak Grove Technologies is leading the way in multi-domain training solutions, advanced technical and tactical tradecraft, live/virtual marksmanship and lethality training, virtual web-based and mobile learning solutions, program of instruction development, language, and regional/cultural expertise activities. Our past experience/performance, reputation for excellence, teaming with industry partners and top universities, and tactical training programs are preparing the joint force and global customers for the future.
WE DELIVER THE BEST END-TO-END SOLUTIONS POSSIBLE.
We attribute our years of success to the quality of our amazing team, our energetic leadership, and our commitment to excellence and client satisfaction. We are proud to be a leading Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business. Our team thrives in a fast-paced environment where we strive to go the extra mile for our clients.
A former Army Soldier, founder and CEO, Mark Gross, started Oak Grove Technologies in 2003 with an idea to “create a bridge, between then and now,” and to help veterans like himself with the desire to continue serving our country.
Oak Grove Technologies is a well-known participant in programs that benefit the men and women in our armed forces. We sponsor numerous organizations and special events in support of both soldiers and veterans. We also actively employ veterans and offer them the opportunity to cross the bridge and apply their unique military experience to the corporate world. Our diverse team of veteran and civilian employees make Mark’s goal a reality. Oak Grove Technologies continues serving the nation through our contracts with the federal government.
MARK GROSS – FOUNDER & CEO
Since 2003, Oak Grove founder and CEO, Mark Gross, has grown a successful business practice serving both the federal and commercial sectors. He has guided the company to numerous achievements including the 2007 DoD Inaugural SDVOSB Achievement award. In addition, Mark’s leadership led Oak Grove to be named the 2008 Mid-sized Company of the Year by the North Carolina Technology Association. Before founding Oak Grove, Mark was a U.S. Army enlisted soldier. He continued his public service under the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) Honors Program, Antitrust Division. There, Mark improved relations between regulatory agencies, and was presented the Assistant Attorney General (AG) (Ann Bingaman) Award in 1993 and 1994 and the AG (Janet Reno) Award in 1995.
Mark is a passionate supporter of Veterans, as well as Entrepreneurs, having mentored over 15 successful companies over the years. He served as legal editor of Veterans Benefits Manual – An Advocates Guide to Veterans Benefits and is active within the NDIA and AFCEA. He is a founding member of the American Legion, National Economic Committees Small Business Task Force. Mark was also appointed to serve on the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Veterans Advisory Committee, advising both the White House and the Congress on issues affecting veteran businesses. He attended the University of Maryland, Hanua Germany as well as The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC.
Mark is active in multiple charities to include the Special Forces Association, where he is an honorary Life Member; The FBI Citizens Academy, where he is a 2015 graduate; YMCA, where he serves on the board of directors; the MARSOC Foundation; US Veterans Corps; Edinboro University Wrestling; Wolfpack Wrestling Club; Washington Irish RFC; American Legion; Green Beret Foundation; Oasis Group; Task Force Dagger Foundation; Harriman-Miller (Stan the Man Golf Tournament) as well as surrounding local law enforcement.
MONER ATTWA – EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER
Moner brings a reputation of strategic growth and inclusive leadership to his role as CFO/COO with the Oak Grove team. Moner has planned, managed, and guided companies toward their financial and operational goals for the past decade. He is engaged in integrating geographically dispersed teams, streamlining communication across business units, and managing growth as Oak Grove graduates to a mid-sized business. Previously working and consulting for companies that support the State Department, DHS, DoD and other Federal Government agencies has allowed Moner to hone his extensive knowledge administering and managing contracts and providing financial management and operational support in efforts to deliver services on numerous IDIQ’s vehicles, GWACS, and Contracts. Some of the larger IDIQ’s he helped support were CAAS IV Contract Advisory and Assistance Services with a ceiling of $4.9 Billion and eFast with ceilings of $2.5 Billion. Moner has managed numerous prime contracts and worked with companies in the executive role that have had revenues in excess of $120M. His financial experience also includes consulting with a large global based asset management group; His understanding of FAR, DFAR, CAS, and his executive support of helping guide numerous companies thru DCAA system audits and Incurred cost submission is vital. Moner holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Accounting from Virginia Commonwealth University and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in the State of Virginia, Maryland, and DC. He is also Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) and a Certified Global Management Accountant (CGMA). He has received his certificate in government contracting from George Mason University.
Moner is an integral part of OGT’s activity in multiple charities to include the Special Forces Association, the MARSOC Foundation; US Veterans Corps; American Legion; Green Beret Foundation; Oasis Group; Task Force Dagger Foundation; Gold Star Teen Adventures, and Stan the Man Foundation. OGT also donates use of their 300+ acre training facility for Special Forces organizations such as SFA Chapters and Law Enforcement Associations to hold their yearly charitable events. Additionally, they are supporters of their local community, and give to multiple organizations such as NC State Wolfpack Club, North Carolina Veteran Business Association, and local law enforcement. He was recently nominated to the U.S. Navy Community Ambassador Program to further support their community engagements.
Oak Grove Technologies offers a wide array of contract vehicles that make it easy for you to do business with us. These contract vehicles feature pre-negotiated terms and conditions to support programs across government agencies. In addition to our GSA Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) Schedule, Oak Grove is a prime or subcontractor on numerous indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) vehicles and blanket purchase agreements (BPA).
The ITES-3S contract vehicle offers a wide range of technology services. Similar to its predecessor ITES-2S, ITES-3S will be managed by the Army’s Computer Hardware, Enterprise Software and Solutions (CHESS) program. It also acts as the Army’s primary source of IT-related services across the globe.
The ENCORE III contract provides technical solutions for the DoD in support of its migration to an integrated and interoperable Global information Grid (GIG), as well as other Federal agencies having similar IT migration and integration needs. This contract represents an ongoing expansion of the Defense Information System Agency's (DISA) Defense Enterprise Information Services (DEIS) I and DEIS II contracts, and ENCORE follow-on contracts. ENCORE III is an IDIQ contract with a ceiling value of $12.225 billion over a five (5) year period, plus its five (5) one-year option periods.
The Africa Contingency Operations Training and Assistance (ACOTA) program is a U.S. Department of State (DOS) funded and managed initiative designed to improve the capabilities of African militaries by delivering selected training and equipment required to perform multinational peace support operations. The ACOTA program is supported by the U.S. Africa Command (USAFRICOM) who provides military mentors, trainers, and advisors at the request of the State Department.
The Responsive Strategic Sourcing for Services (RS3) Master IDIQ contract vehicle will provide services to support a diverse group of organizations that span the spectrum of mission areas for programs with C4ISR related requirements. Areas of support include C4ISR-related requirements for Engineering, Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (RDT & E), Logistics, Acquisition and Strategic Planning, and Education and Training.
Alliant provides flexible access to customized IT solutions from a large, diverse collection of industry associates. It features fixed-price, cost-reimbursement, labor-hour, and time-and-materials task order types, allowing greater flexibility in acquiring different types of IT products and services, and meeting mission requirements. Alliant boasts a $50 billion program ceiling and a five-year base period with one five-year option allowing for long-term planning of large-scale program requirements.
The Multiple Award Schedule (MAS) provides a streamlined approach to fulfilling requirements that fall within the scope of several service-based GSA Schedules. The goal of GSA MAS is to offer a total solution across several service competencies. Contractors under this schedule have a single contract that offers scopes of service that span multiple GSA Schedules.
Oak Grove Technologies is a reflection of our core values – integrity, honesty, and mutual respect. Oak Grove Technologies recognizes that as a service provider, our people are the most important corporate asset and provide the company with a substantial competitive advantage over the competition. Together, we form a team that works together with open communications and mutual support while maintaining a “Mission First” goal. As a company, Oak Grove Technologies will meet all contractual requirements and strive to exceed customer expectations in everything we do.
Our quality objectives include:
- Continuous identification and validation of customer requirements and needs.
- Assessment of appropriate quality measures to ensure timelines of required services.
- An established audit system to track and report on potential problem areas which ensures proven policies and procedures are followed.
- Regular evaluation of management, technical, and cost-related processes to identify opportunities for improvement.