Canvas and QuantiTech Launch CQ Joint Venture (JV) To Provide Flexible And Innovative Solutions For Complex Services
CQ JV, an unpopulated Woman-Owned Small Business joint venture, combines over 40 years of experience from JV members Canvas, Inc. (Protégé and Managing Partner) and QuantiTech (Mentor) to provide integrated and innovative solutions to Department of Defense (DoD) and Federal customers. As a JV under the Small Business Administration’s (SBA) All Small Mentor-Protégé (ASMP) program, CQ JV provides expertise in technical engineering and software/product development.
Canvas’ CEO, Jami Peyton, stated, “Canvas’ diverse customer-base and capabilities match well with QuantiTech’s successful contract execution and management experience to combine large business expertise with small business efficiencies.” Peyton added, “Canvas is very excited about this joint venture and what it means for our existing and future customers.”
Headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, Canvas, Inc. provides engineering services and technology solutions for customers in both the Federal and commercial markets.Founded on a rich history of technical expertise, Canvas has earned the reputation of anticipating customer needs and delivering results. Canvas specializes in the areas of Systems Engineering, Software Engineering, Test and Evaluation, Technology and Product Development, Biomedical Engineering, Warfighter Operations, and Acquisition and Program Management.
Also headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama with 750+ employees, QuantiTech, Inc. is an experienced prime contractor with successful contract execution of highly technical programs. QuantiTech has a proven track record of providing superior technical and systems support to both Government and commercial customers. QuantiTech’s engineering expertise and management services span the spectrum of their core capabilities: Systems Engineering and Integration, Intelligence and Cybersecurity, Test and Evaluation, Safety and Facilities Engineering, and Business and Program Management.
About the Small Business Administration (SBA) All Small Mentor-Protégé Program (ASMPP):
The SBA ASMPP encourages the development of strong protégé firms through mentor-provided business development assistance, and to help them successfully compete for government contracts. Protégés in the ASMPP are eligible to form a joint venture (JV) with an SBA approved Mentor. The JV may compete for Federal contracts and subcontracts based on size and socioeconomic status regardless of the Mentor’s size.