On May 1, 2020, Eagle Health was awarded a nearly five-year Concessions Specialist Support Services contract with the General Services Administration (GSA).
On April 8, 2020, Concentric Methods employee, Andrea Jones, was presented a 2020 Tináa Award of Excellence. The Tináa Award is the Cape Fox Corporation employee recognition program for employees of the corporation and its subsidiary companies, which first began in January 2020. Andrea is the first recipient of the Tináa Award. Andrea is recognized for her exceptional contributions to the National Institute on Aging (NIA) sponsored Healthy Aging in Neighborhoods of Diversity Across the Life Span (HANDLS) research team as a Clinical Research Coordinator, exceeding her task order requirements.
Eagle Health announces the start of a new task order to continue occupational health services supporting the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for an additional three years. The work on this task order will begin by facilitating COVID-19 pandemic support for the FDA.
On September 25, 2019, Cape Fox Facilities Services (CFFS) was awarded a five-year multi-award IDIQ contract with the United States Army Survivability, Lethality Analysis Directorate (SLAD) and the Army Research Laboratory (ARL). Shortly after award, a protest was issued and a stop-work was initiated by the Government, preventing all awardees from performing any tasks on the contract until the protest was resolved. On February 4th, Cape Fox was notified that the protest period had ended and the stop-work restriction was lifted, thereby allowing tasks to be issued against the primary IDIQ contract beginning on February 25th.
On Monday, February 10, 2020, CEO Chris Luchtefeld could be heard from your radio. He was recently interviewed by iHeart Radio Group in their CEOs You Should Know Program. Each week iHeart Radio profiles a CEO in the Washington DC area as a CEO You Should Know. The program spotlights CEOs who contribute to the community, are up and coming, have successfully grown a business, or performed a critical function to expand their business. This week, Cape Fox Corporation’s very own CEO was the spotlight.
On January 30, 2020, Eagle Health was awarded a competitive five-year contract providing comprehensive occupational medical services to support the National Institutes of Health (NIH) at clinical facilities in Maryland, North Carolina, and Montana. Eagle Health brings a team of over 40 clinical and administrative professionals who deliver work-related medical and counseling services for the Occupational Medical Service (OMS).
On January 13, 2020, Cape Fox Facilities Services (CFFS) was awarded a three and a half year contract with Office of Human Capital and Talent Management (OHCTM) of the United States Agency for International Development. OHCTM handles all aspects of personnel activities, from recruitment and workforce planning to policy development, assignment evaluation, promotion, discipline, career development, and retirement policies and programs for USAID’s Foreign and Civil Service employees. CFFS will be providing the agency full life cycle HR support, security, and training and professional development.