Global Solutions Network No. 62
413.7% Annual Growth 1,655% Total Growth
2003 Revenues $3.9 million
Employees: 42 Alexandria, VA
Global Solutions Network, Inc. (GSN), a certified HUBZone firm, was formed in 1999 to provide
the Federal Government and the private sector with a variety of technical, administrative, and engineering
services. GSN is honored to have been selected by Inc. as one of the fastest growing small businesses in
America! Global Solutions Network operates in Maryland, Virginia, Kansas, Kentucky, and Missouri-and is
fully capable of meeting our customers' requirements throughout the U.S. and overseas!
GSN's Services Include:
- Library Management and Support
- Procurement & Grant Acquisition Support
- Records Management
- Career Counseling and Transition Support
- Enterprise Outsourcing
- Program Management
- Management Consulting
GSN's President, Ron Newlan, is a Vietnam-era veteran who spent nine years on active duty. After this
active duty service, he entered into a career in the technical services business. Founding a technical
services business in 1979, he built this firm into an international enterprise operating in six countries,
25 states and employing nearly 2,000 employees. During his +25 year career, Mr. Newlan has been awarded
Federal contracts valued in excess of $2 billion with both defense and non-defense Agencies.
GSN's current Federal customers include the U.S. Army (HR Solutions Program
Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army M&RA and
Fort Riley), the Department of Agriculture (National
Agricultural Library & U.S. Forest Service), the Department
of Health and Human Services (National Cancer Institute)
and the U.S. Navy. Our commercial customers include:
Booz Allen, BAE Systems, and Computer Sciences Corporation.
GSN wishes to thank all our clients, employees, and business partners for their support and for
their contribution to our success!
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