SITEC Consulting LLC

We know we owe our success to our clients. We are happy to help them in all their professional endeavors, whether as small business legal advisers or as attorneys on Maryland landlord laws. Accordingly, we would like to take the opportunity in these e-blasts to highlight a trusted client with whom we have a long-standing relationship. For our inaugural entry, we have selected SITEC Consulting, LLC, and its President and CEO, Kevin Coby.

Kevin CobyA graduate of Union City High School in Tennessee and a U.S. Air Force veteran with ten years of active duty, Kevin started his journey as an entrepreneur like many do – in the basement of his house. In just three years’ time, he was able to grow his small consulting firm to 35 employees while acquiring nine NSA contracts and increasing the business to a net worth of $13 million. Incorporated in 2006 as Insight Information Technology (IIT), the business was ranked as one of the Top 100 Disabled Veteran Owned Businesses in the U.S by Diversity Business.com. It was sold in 2010 to KEYW Corporation, a NASDAQ publicly traded company. As Vice President of KEYW, Kevin managed IIT as a wholly-owned subsidiary until 2012, when he purchased SITEC Consulting, LLC.

Based in Annapolis Junction, SITEC Consulting is a business process automation consulting and IT firm that was recently chosen by the Department of Homeland Security as a winner of the prestigious Eagle II contract, functional category one. Profiled last year in the Washington Exec, Kevin described his company as “a mission-driven, customer-oriented, employee-focused and partnership-driven organization.” Kevin applies the mission mentality outside of his professional ambitions by donating his time and financial resources to many philanthropic causes, such as local and out-of-state schools and scholarship programs, as well as community drives, Back-to-School events, and Boys & Girls clubs. In fact, he has formed a major partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Tennessee back in his home county of Obion, where many kids have benefitted from his mentoring and encouragement. Always looking to the future, he hopes to build a “Dream Center” in the West Tennessee area someday.

Noted for his accomplishments last year by MEA magazine as an honoree during the Minorities in Business Awards Luncheon, Kevin currently lives in the Baltimore-Washington DC area with his wife, Sandra, and three children: Antwan, Aryn and Alexis.

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