A Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (Certified DVBE)
Established in 1979


Who We Are:

Who We Are:

"When our launch date was moved up we realized that we needed more horsepower to develop and deliver software tools critical for science commissioning of the Kepler Mission shortly after launch. Normally, identifying and hiring a qualified software developer takes several months. Also the spin-up time required for a developer to become fully productive in Kepler's unique, custom-built Science Pipeline normally takes several months. We had no time to waste, and Hicks Consulting helped us identify and hire qualified software developers in record time. Hick's Cherie DeWees worked with us to understand the skill set and teamwork attitude we were looking for. We delivered all the launch-critical software on time to support launch and commissioning in no small part thanks to the two personnel that Hick's brought on board our team."

- SETI Institute Principal Investigator
November 06, 2012

A Pioneer in Technology Solutions and IT Staffing

Since 1979, when David Hicks realized he could save clients time and money by helping them staff their IT projects with the most talented professionals in their respective fields, Hicks Professional Group has consistently recruited, placed and managed the best technology talent in the country. Our belief that talented people build great companies, coupled with a reputation for integrity, openness and hard work, has helped us build a strong, loyal base of clients and consultants.

Now, more than 30 years later, Hicks Professional Group provides IT Staffing to a wide range of federal, state and commercial clients. Our Disabled Veteran Business Enterprise (DVBE) and Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) certifications allow us to provide solutions for clients looking to expand their DVBE diversity spend or tap into the immensely capable veteran workforce.

Let Hicks show you that experience counts. Ours and yours.

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