American Legion Employer of Veterans Award

The American Legion, Department of Colorado, announced that DSoft Technology, Engineering & Analysis, Inc., of Colorado Springs will be recognized at the June 2020 Department Convention with the annual Employer of Veterans Award. The American Legion Veterans Employment and Education Commission selects companies for this award that that demonstrate a steadfast commitment to hiring and retaining veterans and whose programs support military reserve careers.

DSoft Technology Partners with Mi-Corporation

DSoft Technology is proud to announce its partnership with Mi-Corporation to deliver the Mobile Impact Platform to clients in Colorado and Western US Region. The Mi-Co platform is perfect for applications in the construction, maintenance, and inspection of equipment and facilities in remote areas where Internet and cellular service is intermittent or non-existent. The combination of Mi-Co capabilities and DSoft Technology expertise is now available to government agencies and businesses across Colorado that wish to achieve greater collaboration and operational efficiencies.


VA awards 5-year Web-based Enterprise Risk Registry (ERR) Application O&M contract

Service-disabled Veteran-owned small business DSoft Technology beat out one other bidder to be awarded a $1.2M contract with the Department of Veterans Affairs to provide operations and maintenance of the web-based Enterprise Risk Registry (ERR) application to aid the VA with the identification and mitigation of risk. The contract was awarded using GSA IT-70 as an SDVOSB set-aside action.

Dept of Labor "Hire Vets" Platinum Award

DSoft Technology is honored to receive the Platinum Hire Vets Medallion! This honors our commitment to hiring veterans. Our team is better because of those who have served this great country! #HireVets #DSoftTech #DSoft

Space Environment Exploitation and Mitigation (SEEM) Program

ERT Corporation and DSoft Technology were awarded an Air Force Research Lab, Space Vehicles Directorate contract to provide analysis for the Space Environment Exploitation and Mitigation (SEEM) Program, focusing on space environment impacts on high frequency (HF) propagation by solar, solar wind and ionospheric effects.