1010 Wayne Avenue Suite 650

Silver Spring,MD 20910

301-588-3248 Office

301-588-8534 Fax



To be a premier solution provider in the areas of Information Assurance,
Program Management, Information Technology by using innovative, disciplined and proven methodologies to meet client needs.

WTG believes in delivering the highest levels of:
  • Professionalism
  • Quality Service
  • Integrity
  • Innovation
  • Discipline
  • Company Spirit

Founded in 1999, Washington Technology Group, Incorporated (WTG) delivers services and solutions in the areas of Information Assurance (IA), Network and Data Center Operations Management and Program Management.

We have a team of highly skilled, client-focused and certified professionals who are expert in reviewing existing architectural landscapes and recommending plans of action that are tailored for each organization's unique operating environment. Also,we have extensive experience and expertise in performing certifications and accreditations under DIACAP.

Additionally, one of our most impressive value propositions is to deliver qualified cleared personnel through a seamless and effective transition management process thus offering the best solution for our clients' return on investment (ROI).

District of Columbia Public School

WTG participates in the Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services Annual Career Day. Students learn the benefits and opportunities that are obtainable to them through hard work and perseverance.

Students were able to ask questions regarding the steps necessary in order to help them achieve their future career aspirations.

Haiti Relief Fund

WTG is committed to assisting those in need. Most recently, WTG’s employees donated $1,645 toward the victims of the devastating Haitian earthquake. Along with WTG’s matching donation, we made a collective contribution of $3,290 to Yelé Haiti. We are confident in the works and the efforts of this organization (founded by Mr. Wyclef Jean) and believe our contribution will be directed to areas in Haiti which have the greatest need.

Clara Muhammad School

WTG has aided Clara Muhammad School, by providing free IT support and equipment. Previously Clara Muhammad students had to travel across the district for a weekly educational lecture consuming a lot of time and resources, but WTG was able to live stream the lectures straight to the school and the students are able to view the lecture without leaving the school.

Masjid Muhammad

WTG has provided constant support for Masjid Muhammad. Weekly jummah prayers are now live streamed across the internet live, and they are archived for their community to watch at their convenience. The site is continuously monitored and maintained at no cost to the Masjid, and we make sure that they are able to make updates without having to edit anything on their own.

Calvin Coolidge Boy's Track

The Calvin Coolidge High School Track Team has the fastest time in the world associated with its recent race that it ran in New York against the fastest teams in America. The track team HAS jettisoned Calvin Coolidge High onto the national spotlight. Presently, it has exhausted its funds, and thus in dire need of contributions that will enable it to run in the Arcadia Games in Pasadena-Arcadia, California that is scheduled for April 9 - 10. The Arcadia Games IS the featured track meet in the whole of America.

Neil Faulkner Scholarship

The Neil Faulkner scholarship will be awarded annually to a graduating Calvin Coolidge student who has demonstrated leadership and or team work in extra-curricular athletic activities and community involvement. Recipient must have a minimum 2.0 GPA and be admitted to an institution of higher learning, academic or vocational.

Neil was a past president and life member of the Calvin Coolidge Alumni Association (CCAA). He spent untold hours working to assure that CCAA remained a valuable resource to the school community. In 2007, he received the Calvin Coolidge Alumni Association Honoree Award for Outstanding Community Service. He could often be heard saying, “I bleed orange And gray”.

See the Other Side (SOS)

WTG donated $1500 to See the Other Side (SOS), a faith based community program that provides re-entry services to ex-offenders and their families and sponsors recreational events for children of ex-offenders and other at-risk, inner-city youth as a crime deterrent and platform for motivating them to academic achievement.

Red Rose Society

The Red Rose Society is dedicated to serving the needs of our community through education and fundraising. Under our yearly initiative, our goals are to educate and empower target communities on critical issues related to health, education, environment, finances, or youth development.

Prosperity Media

Prosperity Media is a non-profit 501(c)(3) media arts organization based in Washington, DC. Our mission is to make media accessible to underrepresented individuals and other nonprofit organizations, by providing training and services in media production. Through youth and college programs, nonprofit professional services and independent productions, we use the power of media for good.

CAMPUS ( Loudoun County )

CAMPUS is an academic and college preparation program designed to meet the specific needs of students from historically under-represented populations in higher education and prospective first-generation college students attending Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS).

CAMPUS supports students through academic enrichment & support, a two-day summer seminar for rising ninth graders, self-advocacy skills development, leadership development, and college & university visits, college & scholarship preparation, careful course selection, and community service projects and activities.