Clients

VOLVOX, Inc., works with public and private sector clients.  We have recently provided services to a federal agency of over 9,000 employees, and to a startup firm with a staff of four managing $400 million in assets.  We are highly-conversant in both corporate and government high-technology environments, from dotcoms to “bricks-and-mortars.”  We are currently providing design and facilitation expertise to the upcoming Discovery Colloquium on Software Development at Internet Speeds.  Our clients have included scientists, engineers, investment bankers, economists, information technology specialists, pharmaceuticals, airlines, and military organizations.

As a result of this diversity, VOLVOX, Inc., provides rich benefits for all clients in cross-fertilization of successful strategies, practices, and approaches. We are capable in fostering bridges between Information Technology and business sides of an organization, across multiple enterprises seeking to collaborate, and in communications between an organization and its customers.  These capabilities are increasingly useful in a world that is becoming smaller and more global, and one where business priorities include cooperative, coordinated efforts and relaxing of traditional organizational boundaries.

SELECTED CLIENT LIST

Private Sector and Associations
Johnson & Johnson Global Information Management Division
Lucent Technologies
Partek Database and Software Development, LLC
Telematique Web Design/Strategy, LLC
Robbins-Gioia Performance Optimization Solutions
Solar One Energy, Inc.
Citibank Investment Services
Kennedy Center
Rosner Automotive Group
Foreign Service Automotive Repair
Charlottesville Hilton
Morgan Stanley
Goldman-Sachs
Lockheed-Martin
American European Investment Corporation
Goreham-Wareham Engineering, PC
Velsey Architects, AIA

Federal, State, and Local Government
Office of the Secretary of Defense (various offices)
Army Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management
Defense Intelligence Agency
Central Intelligence Agency
Defense Logistics Agency
National Reconnaissance Office
Software Engineering Institute
Naval Investigative Service Command
Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program
U.S. Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Relations
U.S. Department of Interior
Bureau of Land Management
U.S. Department of Justice Office of Justice Programs
Bureau of Indian Affairs
U.S. Department of Agriculture
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
U.S. Department of State
U.S. Department of Energy
U.S. Agency for International Development
North Carolina Employment and Training Program for Ex-Offenders
Washington, D.C. Office of Business and Economic Development

Education and Associations
DC Shorts Film Festival
Shenandoah Valley Film and Video Group
George Mason University Center for Professional Development
George Washington University School of Management
Marymount University School of Business Administration
University of Maryland University College – Educational Design
National Council of States on Building Codes and Standards
Council on Energy and the Environment
Learning Disabilities Association of America
National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors
Episcopal Dioceses of Washington and Virginia
CarEth Foundation