Birmingham, AL, March 22, 2022 -- Vetergy Group is proud to announce that they have been approved by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Center for Verification and Evaluation (CVE) as a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business (SDVOSB).
Vetergy Group is a majority-owned and operated by United States Military Service-Disabled Veterans. Vetergy meets the requirements of 38 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) § 74.12 to do business with federal government agencies as well as large corporations.
Vetergy Group was founded in 2014 by David Wilbur. He currently serves as the Managing Member and Chief Executive Office of Vetergy Group. David has over 30 years of professional experience serving as a fighter pilot and Commanding Officer in the U.S. Marine Corps, senior business executive, and entrepreneur in private sector industries. As an entrepreneurial business leader, David has led manufacturing and production operations, turnaround and change initiatives, expansion and environmental remediation projects, and created and delivered innovative training programs.
“This is a key milestone in Vetergy’s growth strategy,” said David Wilbur. Mr. Wilbur added, “On behalf of our entire team of veterans here, it’s a real honor to continue to serve our country by supporting our nation’s critical infrastructure and United States governmental agencies.”
About Vetergy Group, LLC
Led by a group of decorated military veterans, Vetergy Group maximizes the ability of the world’s great organizations to operate at peak performance. They do this by building cultures of high operational resilience using program development and implementation, assessments and workshops, and professional coaching. As U.S. Marine Corps and Naval commanders, pilots, Top Gun instructors, test pilots, accident investigators, safety officers and HFACS trainers, our consultants bring more than 100 years of combined experience in accident investigation and human factors analysis.
Vetergy Group applies experience and tactics proven in demanding environments such as aircraft carrier flight decks and nuclear power operations to improve performance in complex, high-risk, and human-dominated global organizations.