Archived Press Release

Swish Verified as Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small-Business (SDVOSB)

February 16, 2018

Vienna, Va., February 16, 2018 – Swish (, a trusted veteran-owned provider of IT solutions and services to the U.S. Federal Government, announced today that it has been verified as a service-disabled veteran-owned small business, and has been added to the Veteran business database at by the Department of Veterans Affairs, Center for Veterans Enterprise.

Completion of this rigorous verification program demonstrates the accountability, trust and dedication that are the hallmarks of Swish services and solutions. It also provides for increased contract and subcontract opportunities in accordance with the Veterans Benefits Act including sole-source and set-aside eligibility for certain government acquisitions. The SDVOSB designation serves to establish a strong Veteran’s movement in government procurement, and is an important step in the continued growth of Swish.

“This verification as a SDVOSB is validation that our government knowledge of IT solutions and services and our commitment to our federal customers and partners ensures we are meeting the growing demands for secure and innovative technology and services to the government market,” said Monty Deel, President and CEO of Swish. “It will also serve to reassure procurement officials from other federal agencies that Swish is a validated SDVOSB provider.”

About Swish:

Swish is a customer-centric, specialized integrator with an engineering first culture. Headquartered in Northern Virginia, the company has active services engagements coast to coast and around the world.  We are structured as a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). The company began in 2005 by offering data center consulting and related technology products to its Federal Government clients.  Over the last decade technology has changed, as has the operations of our clients, and so has Swish.