ActioNeter Drops off Food Donations for Food for Others

Supporting Communities Through Food Donations

June 28, 2021

By Michelle B. One year after the beginning of the COVID pandemic many of us are looking forward to returning to normalcy. Home visits and in-office work are both becoming more common. Many are already falling back into their pre-pandemic lives. For thousands, this normalcy is not yet possible. Not all have recovered from the… Read more »

Washington Post Top Workplace Won by ActioNet for 8 years

Maintaining a Top Workplace – ActioNet is a Washington Post Top Workplace for the 8th Consecutive Year

June 24, 2021

By Dee C. Becoming a Washington Post Top Workplace is not an easy feat. For the past 8 years companies across the DC metro area have been competing for the coveted title. Thousands of organizations enter the competition, hundreds are reviewed, and only 200 companies receive the honor each year. Why? The answer is simple;… Read more »

Customer Engagement Meeting

Developing Trusted Partnerships with Customers

June 18, 2021

by Clementine W. The past year has reinforced certain important fundamentals – no matter how much triumph or adversity is experienced, maintaining a strong relationship is key to any long-term partnership, specifically in this context as pertains to our customers. There are certain basic ingredients that simply do not change – things like communicating regularly… Read more »

Network Operations in Physical and Cloud Environments

Considerations in Physical or Cloud-based Environments

June 18, 2021

by Michael V. and Kate R. Designing a Network Operations Center (NOC) to support various customer missions will inevitably include customer-specific considerations. However, ActioNet experience and expertise in this area has provided for some best practice considerations when establishing and operating a NOC that aside from the physical space design, can be considered if you… Read more »

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Why May?: The History and Impact of AAPI Heritage Month

May 28, 2021

Photo Credit to Kheel Center, Photographer Unknown By Bobby T. Growing up and working in the diverse DMV area has provided me exposure and a great appreciation for the vast cultural backgrounds and traditions of both friends and colleagues. Each of us has so much to offer and contribute toward enriching each other’s lives when… Read more »

Friends bike to work in the city

How to Participate in Bike to Work Day 2021?

May 17, 2021

By Dee C. For twenty years, the DC metro area has acknowledged health and sustainability with annual Bike to Work Day. Each year thousands of workers would gather to bike together to their offices. Their convoys made quite the sight for onlookers and a positive impact on the daily commute. Crowds were drawn to learn… Read more »

Hawaiian Poke Bowls are one type of Hawaiian Cuisine

Asian Pacific Islander Cuisine

May 12, 2021

Hawaiian Poke Bowls are one type of Hawaiian Cuisine by Gary M. May is Asian American & Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, and to honor the rich history and accomplishments of AAPIs throughout the history of the United States, I would like to celebrate the month with ono (Hawaiian for good tasting) comfort food that resulted from… Read more »

Red lanterns in Singapore

ActioNet Celebrates Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

May 11, 2021

By Christina D. May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in the United States. The celebration began in 1977, when Congress declared the first 10 days of May as Pacific Asian American Heritage Week. The tradition continued until 1990, when Pacific Asian American Heritage Week we extended throughout the month of May. Like most heritage… Read more »