Community Outreach

Community Outreach

We take great pride in supporting our neighbors.  We work hard to make a difference in education and literacy, youth development, small business mentorship and support to the homeless. We sponsor community events and charitable drives at company locations across the country.

Many of our employees sit on nonprofit boards and commissions and we provide speakers regularly at schools, seminars and workshops. We also work hand-in-hand with members of the community to develop innovative solutions in education, healthcare, transportation, emergency management, regionalism and other challenges.

We are very pleased to salute our community partners indicated below. memberships AFCEA Wellness Council of America ATIA Downtown Hampton Virginia Children's Hospital of the Kings Daughters Food bank of Virginia Peninsula The Ben & Catherine Ivy Foundation National Military Intelligence Association World at Work Office of Human Affairs Kecoughtan High School Urban League of Hampton Roads Peninsula Community Foundation Alternatives, Inc. American Cancer Society Junior Achievement of Hampton Roads American Red Cross WHRO Public Television Pioneer Awards Ammerican Association for Affirmative Action Virginia Coalition of Health Civic Leadership Institute Business Supporting Minority Candidates Boys & Girls Clubs of the Virginia Peninsula United Way Virginia Arts Festival Peninsula Crime Line Zeta Lambda Education Foundation First Book Virginia Peninsula Chamber of Commerce Young Audiences of Virginia Hampton Roads Committee of 200+ Men Mariner's Museum National Training & Simulation Association St. John's Church International Foundation of Education, Benefits & Compensation Friends of Hampton Roads Project Light For Kids AFCEA Canaveral Chapter National Technical Association VA Center for Inclusive Co The Arc of Virginia Peninsula Habitat for Humanity STEAM


June 25, 2018 - Zel Technologies, LLC Awarded the National Technical Nuclear Forensics II Contract

The Air Combat Command Acquisition Management and Integration Center (ACC AMIC) awarded ZelTech a five year, $8.0M single award IDIQ contract for National Technical Nuclear Forensics II (NTNF II) support. ZelTech will provide expert technical services to the Air Force Technical Applications Center (AFTAC) in conducting a variety of projects with mixed Operations and Maintenance (O&M) as well as Research and Development (R&D) support. The expertise provided under NTNF II will be used to advance AFTAC’s technical capabilities for its NTNF mission and support R&D activities. ZelTech has been providing AFTAC with a specialized mix of professionals in nuclear sciences, technical operations, and NTNF subject matter expertise since 2013.

April 15, 2018 - Zel Technologies, LLC Awarded the AFTAC AMS Contract

Zel Technologies, LLC (ZelTech) was awarded the Air Force Technical Applications Center (AFTAС) Mission Support (AMS) Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract providing various technical, program, and administrative services on а task order basis. These services include: program and administrative services; radiation safety services; radiochemistry laboratory services; graphics and multimedia services; technical writer services; Modeling and Simulation support; system integration services; Expert Panel and Subject Matter Expertise (SME) support; acquisition services; and Research and Development services across all AFTAC Mission areas. This contract has a five (5) year ordering period with a ceiling value of $20.0M. Under this contract, ZelTech will continue a long history of providing support to the AFTAC mission. ZelTech has been a prime contractor at AFTAC continuously since 1998.

Feburary 4, 2018: ZelTech and its early Cyber Security Initiatives

One of the principal authors of the article (“The US Is Not Safe in a Cyberwar”) referenced in the link below was Dr. Ken Williams, ZelTech’s Chief Technology Officer until 2004. The report was written for senior policymakers at the White House and experts in other Government agencies. At the time, Ken was a Principal Investigator on a DARPA Information Assurance and Survivability project, applying kinetic warfare Intelligence Preparation of the Battlespace methods to cyberspace. He used Intelligence Preparation of the lnformation Battlespace (IPIB) techniques to assist in the target development portion of the paper. ZelTech, under Ken’s leadership, developed the IPIB concept as a software application that demonstrated how one could help analysts to perform predictive intelligence for mission survivability against cyber threats.

The excerpt below comes from a Nextgov article published 30 January 2018. A link to the article by Joseph Marks follows:

What a Pentagon Report from the Year 2000 Got Right About Cyber War

“The defense secretary for a newly elected president is entering his third month in office when a chilling report crosses his desk warning of the catastrophic damage an enemy could visit on the U.S. with a cyberattack.

Such an attack, the report warns, could cripple the U.S. economy. It could strike with no warning. It could be launched asymmetrically by an enemy that’s much weaker than the U.S. in traditional military might.

Even worse, that enemy could use the internet to shield its identity, making it difficult or impossible for U.S. forces to retaliate or to deter an attack before it happens by threatening retaliation inside cyberspace or outside of it.

The defense secretary fires off an email to his pick to lead the Defense Science Board, a civilian adviser to the Pentagon on science and technology matters: “Please take a look at this article, ‘The U.S. is not Safe in a CyberWar,’ and tell me what you think I ought to do about it,” the email asks.

The defense secretary was Donald Rumsfeld. The email was sent in April 2001.

The report, which was released publicly for the first time this month, was oddly prescient about many of the concerns facing cyber strategists today. It also suggests a few alternate paths the U.S. government might have followed if it had responded more forcefully to the growing cyber threat.”

December 15, 2017 - Zel Technologies, LLC Awarded Contract to Support United States Air Force Special Operations Command Intelligence Operations

Zel Technologies, LLC (ZelTech), a professional and technical services company providing expert advice, critical operational assistance, and leading edge technical solutions to Defense, the Intelligence Community and Homeland Security, announced today that it has been awarded a contract by the United States Air Force Special Operations Command (AFSOC). This OASIS small business contract has a base year and two option years. The award has a value of $53.5M. Teammate is MacAulay-Brown, Inc. (MacB). 

ZelTech and its teammate will provide intelligence specialists to support AFSOC in the planning, integration and implementation of new and existing intelligence collection, exploitation, reporting, dissemination and evaluation capabilities.

October 23, 2017 - J&F Alliance Group presented with the Minority Technology Firm of the Year award

ZelTech is very pleased to announce that on October 23rd, the Minority Business Development Agency (MBDA) presented J&F Alliance Group with the Minority Technology Firm of the Year award. J&F Alliance Group is an IT company that specializes in customized augmented reality, virtual reality, and mixed reality applications for military services and the Department of Defense. The company provides users with applications that increase safety awareness, work performance, comprehension, collaboration, and more. Falana Dula-King, CEO, and JarMarcus King, COO, were invited to the White House for a ceremony honoring the National Minority Enterprise Development Week Award winners. J&F, along with nine of the award winners, attended a ceremony in the Oval Office of the White House on Tuesday, Oct. 24th, 2017. ZelTech provides mentorship and support to J&F which is located in the ZelTech headquarters in Hampton, Virginia. Video: Link: