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Summer Intern Cohort Combines Mentorship & Real-World Experience

This summer, Canvas is proud to host six interns focusing on solving complex, technical problems for Area 220, the Canvas Innovation Lab, in partnership with Air Force AFWERX and Air Force Research Lab, the University of West Florida (UWF), and other Area 220 partners.
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Canvas Announces Two Key Promotions

Canvas is pleased to announce two new key promotions for continued enhancement of our corporate infrastructure and customer service.
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CQ JV Wins Two Air Force Test Center Prime Contracts

CQ JV is pleased to announce the award of two multi-year contracts totaling $413,826,325 under the Technical and Management Advisory Services (TMAS) 2 Task Orders (TO) to provide advisory and assistance services (AA&S) to the United States Air Force (AF) Air Force Test Center (AFTC). “These awards represent the strength of our joint capabilities to provide strong technical and engineering solutions to this customer,” stated CQ JV Managing Partner Jami Peyton. “Together, under CQ JV, Canvas and QuantiTech are proud to provide agile, innovative, and responsive support for mission critical Air Force systems and subsystems.”
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A Huntsville Gold Star Widow Gets 15,000 Reasons To Smile

On National Gold Star Spouse Day, Canvas, Inc. honored Huntsville Gold Star Widow Nicoleta Padureanu with the proceeds from their annual 0.5K Event, totaling $15,000. “Three years ago, Canvas became involved with spearheading the 0.5k Event,” explained Canvas’ Marketing Director, Erin Bloxham Curtis. “This event, which raises funds for Gold Star Families in North Alabama, is important to Canvas. Not only is over 30% of our work force comprised of Veterans, but our involvement originated because one of our Canvas Family Members is also a Gold Star Family.”
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Thinking Outside The Box: Scheduling Bootcamp

Canvas, built on the reputation for providing creative solutions for technical problems, has found an innovative way to combat the shortage of schedulers in the government contracting industry. James Brede, Canvas Director of Army Programs and Project Manager for Canvas PEO Missiles and Space contracts, spent the last few months working with a team of Canvas schedulers and software engineers to develop a Scheduling Bootcamp, the first training module housed on the new Canvas Learning Management System (C-LMS). “Canvas’ engineering expertise allows us to apply a technical disciple to the scheduling process,” explains Brede, a veteran scheduler. “So, while schedulers have become a hard-to-find commodity, our in-house Scheduling Bootcamp allows our employees to gain new technical skills while benefiting our customers.”   
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