CNSI Recognized by NOVA Chamber of Commerce for Exceptional Business Leadership & CSR Efforts

June 13, 2018

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Rockville, MD – June 13, 2018 – CNSI, one of the world’s leading business solutions providers with vast experience developing and delivering innovative information health care management technology solutions, today announced it was selected as a finalist for the Northern Virginia (NOVA) Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Corporate Citizen Award in the Large Business Category. These awards honor companies for above-and-beyond business leadership and corporate social responsibility.
CNSI was recognized as a finalist at the awards ceremony on June 13th, 2018 at the Ritz Carlton Tysons Corner in McLean, Virginia. An audience of more than 600 leaders including top senior executives, politicians, business professionals, entrepreneurs, and influentials were in attendance.
“As a health IT leader, CNSI has earned a reputation for developing innovative technologies that improve the lives of millions of Americans. But we also want to be known for how we conduct our business, treat our employees, and give back to the communities that support our organization,” said Adnan Ahmed, co-president of CNSI. “CNSI’s CSR program, iCare, was designed as a way to show our commitment to making the financial, social, and volunteer investments in efforts that help transform the lives of those most in need.”
The finalists for the Outstanding Corporate Citizen of the Year Award for Large Businesses honored companies of more than 500 employees in the DC Metro region that have made outstanding contributions during the past year to employees and the community. CNSI was celebrated as a company that has been a longtime advocate for the community, particularly for its partnerships with local charities including the Montgomery County Coalition for Homeless, Manna Food Center, Capital Area Food Bank, MdBio Foundation, National Institutes of Health Children’s Inn, and Stepping Stones Shelter. Over the past year, CNSI provided more than 1,000,000 lbs. of food to more than 3,000 residents, and contributed 700 volunteer hours to combat hunger in the community.
“The success that has come from iCare can be attributed to one thing: our employees. By allowing our employees to drive where we invest our time and resources in the community, we’ve been able to increase engagement and improve overall impact.” said Ahmed. “We are honored to be recognized by the NOVA Chamber of Commerce for our commitment to bring about positive change in the community, and thank our employees for their continued commitment to making the world a better place.”
About the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce
The Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce (Northern Virginia Chamber), The Voice of Business in Northern Virginia™, is the preeminent Northern Virginia membership organization for businesses to grow through relationship building and partnership engagement throughout the Greater Washington region. 700 organizations and 500,000 employees strong, the Northern Virginia Chamber is the largest chamber of commerce in Northern Virginia and has been working hand-in-hand with regional businesses, government, and academia to build a robust and innovative business community for more than 90 years. To learn more about the Northern Virginia Chamber, please visit and follow the Northern Virginia Chamber on Twitter: @NOVAChamber and @NOVAChamber_CEO.
About CNSI
CNSI delivers a broad range of health information technology (IT) enterprise solutions and customizable products to a diverse base of federal and state agencies. We align, build, and manage innovative, high-quality, cost-effective solutions that help clients achieve their mission, enhance business performance, and improve the health for over 28 million Americans. Formed in 1994, CNSI is headquartered in Rockville, Maryland, with locations throughout the U.S. and India. CNSI employs a world-class team of technologists, program managers, and subject matter experts, all of whom have experience with large scale mission-critical IT implementations. CNSI’s website is: