The 2018 Squires Way All–In Award

Congratulations to Sandi Rewers and Ed Kennedy for winning The 2018 Squires Way All–In Award. The All-In Award was created in 2018 by Eric Galasso, President of TSGi, to recognize our staff members who excel at demonstrating the Seven Principles of Building Great, The Squires Way. At the beginning of 2018, our infrastructure team members… Read more »

Lara Joy joins the DCOAUG Board in the role of Outreach/Social Media Coordinator

Congratulations to Lara Joy, Senior Resource Manager at The Squires Group, Inc. (TSGi), for being elected to the DC Oracle Applications User Group (DCOAUG). DCOAUG is a regional group whose mission is to provide users with a forum for sharing information and experiences on the selection, implementation, and effective use of Oracle applications. TSGi was… Read more »

Washington Gas/Washington Area Fuel Fund (WAFF) – Ice House Fundraiser

The Squires Group is one of sponsors for the 2nd Annual Washington Area Fuel Fund (WAFF) ‘Ice House’ Fundraiser, hosted by Washington Gas, to Support Families with Heating Assistance this winter. More than 30 years ago, Washington Gas and The Salvation Army partnered to establish the Washington Area Fuel Fund (WAFF) to help local residents… Read more »

Consultant of the Quarter (Q3 2018)

It is our pleasure to announce Dante Bryson has been named “Consultant of the Quarter” for his outstanding work supporting a Federal Civilian agency’s effort to institute an enterprise‐wide supply chain management system to request and receive a wide array of services valued at over $3 billion annually. This initiative supports the agency’s employees and… Read more »

Nancy Squires attended first annual “Giving HART Society” appreciation dinner

HART for Animals in Western MD held their first annual “Giving HART Society” party and appreciation dinner for their large donors. Since its inception, Nancy and The Squires Group have contributed over $700,000 to HART for Animals, an organization located in Deep Creek Lake – a resort community in Garrett County Maryland. In the beginning,… Read more »

Consultant of the Quarter (Q1 2018)

Please join us in congratulating Chris Young for his outstanding contribution during the transition phase of the hosting contract for the largest volume Oracle E-Business Suite application project in the world. Chris, who is part of the Production Support team, worked on the incident and change management sides of the transition project. Chris has been… Read more »

Nancy Squires is raising money for HART for Animals

TSGi’s very own, Nancy Squires, Margaret Galasso, and Donna Hill volunteered at the 13th annual Deep Creek Art & Wine Festival this past September. It was a beautiful day and a record number of people attended the festival to support HART for Animals and the Garrett Lakes Arts Festival.  There were over 200 wineries in… Read more »

The Final Phase of HART's Adoption Wing is Complete

The HART Animal Adoption Wing was officially opened on Friday, April 15 2016, in the presence of representatives from federal, state, and local government, volunteers, supporters and staff. After ten years, HART’s dream of a place for homeless animals was now a beautiful reality. The Adoption Wing is the final phase of the 12,000 square… Read more »

What do Nancy Squires, selling, wine and fund-raising have in common?

TSGi’s very own, Nancy Squires and some of her friends, volunteered at the Deep Creek Lake Art & Wine Festival in September of 2015. An estimated 2,800 people came out to the festival to support HART for Animals and the Garrett Lakes Arts Festival. The event brought in over $60,000! Working the “wine toss,” Nancy’s… Read more »

Chuck Riddle helps raise awareness and help for Veterans suffering from PTSD

One of The Squires Group consultants, Chuck Riddle, hit the road to raise awareness and help Veterans who are suffering from PTSD and specifically to eliminate suicide among our Veterans. A study in 2011 showed that an average of 22 Veterans are committing suicide every day and the U.S. has actually lost more service members… Read more »