Fifth Gait Technologies is thrilled to have received one of eight 2017 Nunn Perry Awards from the Department of Defense. The award is the highest a company can earn in the Mentor-Protege program and honors small businesses who have shown both initiative in growth and made outstanding achievements throughout the program.
Fifth Gait Technologies is proud to have received one of thirty-three of 2016 Raytheon EPIC Award for Supplier Excellence in Performance, Innovation & Collaboration.
The CEO and founder of Fifth Gait Technologies, Dr. Kathryn Doughty, attended the signing ceremony for MDA Mentor Protege Award between Raytheon and Fifth Gait Technologies Inc. (Fifth Gait) on 13 April 2016 in Tucson, AZ. The Raytheon Missile Systems division is mentoring Fifth Gait; Fifth Gait is headquartered in Santa Barbara, California with key operations in Huntsville, AL and Colorado Springs, CO to best support MDA. Fifth Gait leadership consists of scientists and engineers directly involved in the development of most Missile Defense concepts and ystems over the last 30+ years. To find out more about this award visit page 9 of MDA's Quarterly Newsletter here.
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