CVP Wins 2020 HIRE Vets Gold Medallion Award for Exceptional Achievement in Veteran Employment

FAIRFAX, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#CVPcorpCustomer Value Partners, Inc. (CVP), a business and technology consulting firm that helps organizations prepare for a culture of Continuous Change, has been awarded the 2020 Honoring Investments in Recruiting and Employing American Military Veterans (HIRE Vets) Gold Medallion Award.

The HIRE Vets Medallion Program is an employer recognition program administered by the Department of Labor’s Veterans’ Employment and Training Service (VETS). It implements the requirements of the HIRE Vets Act of 2017 (Public Law 115-31). This award is the only federal award recognizing exceptional achievement in veteran employment. By meeting the criteria required for a Gold Medallion Award, awardees demonstrated both patriotism and recognition of the value veterans bring to the workplace.

“We are honored to have been awarded the HIRE Vets Gold Medallion,” said Anirudh Kulkarni, CVP founder and CEO. “CVP values veterans in our workforce, as evidenced by our Veterans Affinity group and underscored by this recognition. There is no way to sufficiently thank veterans for their service to our country, but prioritizing successful veteran hiring and retention is a first step.”

The complete 2020 list of HIRE Vets Medallion reward recipients can be found at

About CVP

Customer Value Partners (CVP) is an award-winning business and next-gen technology consulting company that helps organizations navigate disruption and prepare for a culture of Continuous Change. We solve critical problems for healthcare, national security, and public sector clients through innovative strategies and solutions which leverage technologies and industry expertise in areas including Technology Modernization, Health, Data Science & Engineering, Business Transformation, and Cybersecurity. CVP delivers unparalleled excellence to clients and employees through our strong culture of integrity, engagement, respect, and a passion for our clients’ missions.



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