Interactive Technologies Group, Inc.

Maximizing the Potential of People and Organizations

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About ITG

Our People

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ITG cultivates an environment where people are challenged, trained, recognized and rewarded as they develop to their fullest talent and potential. As a result, we have a passionate workforce that is highly sought after by partners and clients.  

Our Mission

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 ITG's mission is to deliver the highest quality management consulting, technology and support services to assist our clients in resolving  their most complex business requirements.  

Our Track Record

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  ITG’s commitment to quality can be found in every client engagement. High-quality performance, exceptional customer service, and individual responsibility are corporate imperatives that fuel our track record of success.

ITG Leadership

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Mark E. Newsome, Founder/CEO

 As CEO of ITG, Mr. Newsome provides a vision for the company and leads his team in development of strategies to build on ITG’s past successes. Mr. Newsome focuses his efforts on cultivation of long-term strategic relationships, business development and mentoring the next generation of entrepreneurs. 

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Cynthia T. Lepore, President

 Cynthia (Cindy) serves as President for ITG leading consulting services focused on new strategic approaches to structuring and managing the workplace, primarily to the Department of Defense, other Federal agencies, and private industry. She leads ITG’s efforts to maximize operating performance and achieve company revenue and profitability goals by managing and overseeing the execution of ITG’s product lines. 

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Peter M. Marsh, Vice President of Operations, R&D

 

Peter is responsible for developing operating plans and strategic objectives to support Information Systems, Human Resources, Strategic Learning, and Training Services. Peter and his team work to ensure sufficient human, financial, and technological resources are in alignment to achieve organizational goals and objectives. He is also responsible for implementing corporate strategies. He has lead operations and technology initiatives for over twenty years and, as co-developer of the J-Accomplish Application Suite, has successfully implemented its applications multiple times for federal and corporate clients

ITG Corporate History

Summary 


Since its founding in 1996, ITG has positioned itself to address the evolving needs of the Federal Government by providing quality analysis, technology, training and professional services support. The company has achieved success by continually monitoring changes in programs and program requirements and responding with agility, creativity and hard work.  


ITG was founded in anticipation of the closing of the Army Management Engineering College as a private sector entity capable of providing training services to replace the eliminated capability provided by the college. Training was provided in classroom settings and using the relatively new medium of computer-based tutorials. In 1998, ITG recognized the need for consulting services to augment the government’s training efforts in management engineering resulting in a merger between ITG and NewTech Consulting owned by Mr. Tillman. The newly merged company operated in two divisions: the Management Engineering Group and the Interactive Products Group.


The company soon discovered that the Management Engineering Group required software tools not commercially available in order to leverage the company’s advanced work measurement methodologies. In order to support the growing demand for work measurement studies, ITG shifted the focus of the Interactive Products Group to create a new web-based suite of tools to accelerate study activities and increase the reach of the company’s analysts to include CONUS and OCONUS locations simultaneously. The resulting software product, called J-Accomplish™, has since been deployed and has been used in dozens of studies past and present for Defense and Federal clients.


In 2004, ITG began to recognize a trend in the demand for Federal Acquisition training based on the aging demographics of the acquisition workforce. ITG set out to recruit subject matter experts, experienced acquisition personnel and curriculum development specialists to prepare for this emerging need and was soon rewarded with a contract supporting Defense Acquisition University (DAU). ITG’s experience and superior performance led to additional opportunities within the Federal Acquisition community including adaptation of numerous DAU courses for use in agencies such as NASA and the Department of Homeland Security. In 2013, ITG created an innovative course paralleling DAU’s “CON 090- Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Fundamentals” course which allows current, in-place acquisition professionals to complete this course for the DAWIA certification over the course of a year instead of the resident CON 090 offered by DAU. The course was awarded DAU equivalency and is currently offered with sessions starting at multiple times throughout the year. 

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