March 2019 Newsletter

Contract Win

The United States Army Acquisition Support Center (USAASC) recently announced GCubed a successful awardee for a five-year contract providing IT support services. GCubed will deliver comprehensive desktop support to include hardware and software installation and configuration, VTC facilitation, and limited VOIP phone support/coordination with the local provider.

Vernon Green Jr., GCubed Founder & CEO said, “We attribute our success to the fine work our employees accomplish and our commitment to investing in our people first. USAASC gave glowing remarks about the work our team is doing and we couldn’t be more proud! As we continue to grow, it will be with our people, not on the backs of our people.”

About USAASC
The U.S. Army Acquisition Support Center (USAASC) is a Direct Reporting Unit (DRU) supporting the Army’s acquisition mission through superior personnel development systems and management support capabilities, enabling the most effective and efficient equipping of the Nation’s forces while maintaining an internal culture of constant organizational improvement.

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Hayward Murray – Project Destiny

Are you nearing the end of your military career and wondering what’s next? Do you know someone who’s making the transition?

G³ Community Services’ Project Destiny Program offers assistance to veterans who are transitioning from the military to the civilian workforce.

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February 2019 Newsletter

A Message from GCubed Founder & CEO Vernon Green Jr.

Black History Month

 

Before I begin, I do not consider myself to be a scholar or anyone of importance. I simply try to do what I can, when I can. I have made many mistakes, bad decisions, and done stupid things.

But if you will allow me, I would like to share a few thoughts. As we recognize Black History Month, I am torn. There is no way that I cannot appreciate the progress that has been made as I sit as the CEO of a multi-million dollar organization. There has been great progress as I stand on the shoulders of so many that have come before me, great progress indeed. However, a steady and firm reality check reminds me that we have not arrived at a true place of equality.

I am torn because I served this nation for over 20 years in the Army believing in the principles for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. Yet I question, is there liberty and justice for all? I believe that there are great people in this nation of all races, genders, and ethnicities. While abilities are abundantly shared among all, opportunities are not. Should I be pacified by the progress or irritated by the lack of true equality?

Honestly, I fall somewhere in the middle. I believe over-generalization is always counterproductive. There is racism on both sides. I have struggled to maintain the peace within collaborative teams because of differences along racial lines. In many of these situations, I see that it comes down to lack of experience with diverse people rather than true racist intentions. The truth is that our backgrounds may be different, we may lack the experience and familiarity of other cultures. Until we genuinely try to understand one another, the issues will continue.

I communicate to my teams that we should operate under the understanding that, at least on this team, we all mean well. There will be friction and differences but it never comes from a place of hate. In all things seek understanding. Perspectives will always be different as they are a culmination of each person’s experiences. You will have those who say “by any means necessary.” You will have those who feel the best option is to become part of the system. There is a difficult relationship between the system and all people. When subsets of the system feel that the system does not represent or protect them, they look elsewhere for relief. They may even use that inequality to justify their decisions. Again, understanding is key.

It is hard for someone who has never experienced this feeling of exclusion or neglect to understand the mindset that the excluded and neglected perceive. And still, I will not allow the excluded and neglected to use that as an excuse for not doing the right thing. You cannot cure hate with hate. At GCubed Enterprises, Inc and G3 Community Services, we believe TOGETHER, we can do more! While Dave Chappelle is a hilarious comedian and I have never considered him to be a moral compass, he recently said something that stood out to me.

“Our culture has accepted two huge lies. The first is that if you disagree with someone’s lifestyle, you must fear or hate them. The second is that to love someone means you agree with everything they believe, say or do. Both are nonsense. You don’t have to compromise convictions to be compassionate.”

Our politics and our leaders have transitioned from compromise to mud slinging and from governing to poor leadership.

Today, I challenge every individual to “Think Different”: to seek understanding and to show compassion, to dream. Not because its Black History Month. Do it because it will further your relationships with your fellow man. Do it because it will foster your understanding of the great people that comprise this nation. Do it because we have the capacity to be the great nation we long to be!

Dream like Martin. Imagine like John. Innovate like Steve. Create like Albert.

Respectfully,

Vernon Green Jr.

 

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January 2019 Newsletter

Keeping People & Business Securely Connected
January 2019

Another Year Begins

Here at GCubed, 2019 is off to a great start. The contractor workforce continues to go above and beyond for our customers, and the corporate team is diligently pursuing opportunities to continue growing the business. While there is tough work ahead, the GCubed team is up for the challenge and eager to keep reaching new heights.

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December 2018 Newsletter

2018 Employee Awards

Congratulations to our 2018 award recipients! These individuals excelled in their duties this past year and truly reflect our core values.

Team members were honored at our holiday party in early December. Keep up the great work!

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Employee Spotlight

Our ReNew program has just completed a busy round of holiday giving to families and individuals of Stafford County, VA. Through our Thanksgiving Dinner Basket and Christmas Dinner Basket Drives, 150 turkeys with all the ingredients necessary to cook a hearty, warm meal for the holidays were distributed.

Our G3CS meals reached a diverse population from Conway, Margaret Brent, and Rock Hill Elementary Schools, including Title 1/ low-income schools Hampton Oaks & Rocky Run. In addition, several meals went to Garrison Woods Apartments (Section 8), Aquia Terrace Apartment Homes (Active Military Community), and all the housekeeping staff for Stafford Commerce Center.

We look forward to doing even more in 2019!

Congratulations to our G3CS leaders!

November 2018 Newsletter

November 2018

Be of service this holiday season

GCubed, Inc. honored with HIRE Vets Award

GCubed, Inc. is proud to announce its selection as an inaugural 2018 HIRE Vets Medallion Program Demonstration Award recipient! Our Founder & CEO, Vernon Green Jr., a retired Army Chief Warrant Officer, takes great pride in leading an organization committed to recruiting and employing fellow veterans.

HIRE Vets offered congratulations, “By meeting the criteria required for a Gold Medallion Program Demonstration Award, GCubed, Inc. demonstrated a model of patriotism worthy of praise as well as a recognition of the value veterans bring to the workplace.”

Read our full statement here.

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Employee Spotlight

A season of giving

G3 Community Services held its 2nd Annual Thanksgiving Dinner Giveaway this past Sunday, November 18th.

G3CS provided 75 meals to families from Conway Elementary School, Margaret Brent Elementary School, Rocky Hill Elementary School, Rocky Run Elementary School, Hampton Oaks Elementary School, and the Stafford Hospital Emergency Department.

A special thank you to the GCubed corporate staff for assisting with packing dinners, and to Stafford Hospital for allowing us to distribute to the community.

Our biggest thank you goes to the GCubed employees who contributed a monetary donation to support this effort. There will be many smiling faces this Thanksgiving due to your generous donations!

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