Tony Smeraglinolo, President and CEO of Engility Corporation, celebrated the firm’s one-year anniversary as an independent, publicly-traded company by donating funds to organizations that support the Federal community. The National Military Family Association is one of the organizations Engility Corp. donated to, receiving $25,000.
“It is because of the creativity and philanthropy demonstrated by donors like Engility Corporation that we are able to continue to help military families, especially during a time where benefits and services are being taken away from them because of the painful cuts of Sequestration,” said Joyce Wessel Raezer, executive director at the National Military Family Association. “We wish Mr. Smeraglinolo and everyone at Engility a wonderful first anniversary, and thank them for sacrificing portions of their own celebration to support federal employees, including our military families.”
The Chantilly, Va. based firm provides specialized technical consulting, program and business support services, engineering and technology lifecycle support, information technology modernization and sustainment, among many other services for the U.S. government.
Smeraglinolo added, “Engility’s leadership thought hard about how best to recognize our organization’s one year anniversary and a contribution to the National Military Family Association was a natural way for us to live our corporate values, and to further support our military partners and their families.”