IT and management consulting to help government achieve the amazing.
In a business where the old way is often presented as the only way, we fly in the face of convention. At TCG, we pride ourselves on being a different kind of bird.
Why be a part of the old flock? Turn to TCG for a new way to approach your toughest challenges.
You can work almost anywhere. So can you make it at the highest-ranked custom software development and consulting company in the DC area?
We’re a 2016 and 2015 Washington Post Top Workplace, a SmartCEO Corporate Culture pioneer, and offer benefits like adoption support, emergency childcare, and free virtual assistants for every employee.
We’re your next employer. For which job will you apply?
Traditional we are not.
TCG is seeking an IT Project Manager, who currently resides in the Washington DC metropolitan area, to join the TCG team at a major Federal agency. US citizenship and the ability to pass a Federal government clearance are required.
TCG is seeking a C# .NET Developer, who currently resides in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area, to join the TCG team at a major Federal agency. US citizenship or Permanent Residency and the ability to pass a Federal government clearance are required.
Knowledge and understanding, combined with technology, accelerate your mission.
TCG is a Washington Post 2016 Top Workplace for a second year: #1 Custom Software Development and Consulting company, #1 government contracting small business, and #7 of all small businesses on the list.
One of 40 “powerhouse female business leaders” to be recognized Washington, D.C., May 23rd, 2016: Washington SmartCEO has announced TCG Chief Operating Officer Lisa Alferieff as a recipient of the 2016 Brava Award. The Brava Awards celebrate the achievements of 40 Greater Washington top women business leaders. This year’s class collectively generates more than $1.44 billion in… Read More
Last year, TCG was a proud recipient of an award from the Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC) for our contributions to Washington, D.C.’s economy. We firmly believe that our presence in D.C. proper is important for ourselves and the economy, as much of our identity and work is tied to the city. We have no… Read More
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