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Sabre Awarded Task Order to Provide IT Services to the Bureau of Labor Statistics

June 12, 2015

The U.S. Department of Labor has awarded Sabre Systems, Inc. a task order under its GSA IT Schedule to provide IT application development support services to the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ (BLS) Office of Prices and Living Conditions (OPLC). The task order has a one-year base period of performance with four one-year options and a contract ceiling of $22.4 million.

Under the task order, Sabre will provide software architects, engineers, and developers for database and statistical application development, requirement analysis, software design, testing, documentation and ongoing production support and maintenance. Support under the task order will be provided to the Division of Consumer Price Survey (DCPS) within the Office of Field Operations (OFO); Division of Consumer Price Computer Systems (DCPCS) within the Office of Technology and Survey Processing (OTSP); Division of Consumer Prices and Price Indexes (DCPPI), a program office within the OPLC; and Division of Consumer Expenditure Information Systems (CEIS) within the OTSP.

Sabre Awards STEM Scholarship to Annika Kim

June 8, 2015

Group PhotoSabre Systems, Inc. is pleased to announce that Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology (TJHSST) senior Annika Kim of McLean, Va., has been awarded a $1,500 college scholarship to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in recognition of her outstanding STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) accomplishments.

Kim was presented with her award on Thursday, June 4, 2015, at TJHSST by Jim Gibbs, Executive Director of Sabre’s National Capital Region. “Annika is an extraordinary young woman. Her academic accomplishments, involvement in extracurricular activities, and passion for STEM-related initiatives made her an ideal recipient to receive our STEM scholarship,” commented Gibbs. “I can say without reservation that Annika will continue to enjoy tremendous success at MIT and in her endeavors thereafter.”

The Sabre scholarship program was launched in 2013 in an effort to steer students into one of the STEM disciplines by helping to reduce the financial barriers of attending college. Sabre will award a total of five $1,500 non-renewable scholarships to deserving students in locations where the company has a major presence.

Sabre Awards STEM Scholarship to Stephen Link

June 2, 2015

LinkSabre Systems, Inc. is pleased to announce that Havre de Grace High School senior Stephen Link of Havre de Grace, Md., has been awarded a $1,500 college scholarship to the University of Maryland in recognition of his outstanding STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) accomplishments.

Link was presented with his award on Thursday, May 28, 2015, at Havre de Grace High School by Teri Reis, Senior Executive Director of Sabre’s Northeast Region. “Stephen was selected as the recipient of this scholarship based on his academic success and his ability to balance school work with numerous extracurricular activities such as math tutoring, competitive swimming, student government, community service, and a part-time job,” remarked Reis. “I am confident that Stephen’s demonstrated ability to balance these demands will help to ensure his continued success at the University of Maryland.”

The Sabre scholarship program was launched in 2013 in an effort to steer students into one of the STEM disciplines by helping to reduce the financial barriers of attending college. Sabre will award a total of five $1,500 non-renewable scholarships to deserving students in locations where the company has a major presence.

Sabre Awards STEM Scholarship to Amanda Reigel

May 29, 2015

Scholarship PhotoSabre Systems, Inc. is pleased to announce that Thomas Stone High School senior Amanda Reigel of Hughesville, Md., has been awarded a $1,500 college scholarship to North Carolina State University in recognition of her outstanding STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) accomplishments.

Reigel was presented with her award on Wednesday, May 27, 2015, at Thomas Stone High School by Jim Hoke, Sabre’s Group Vice President of the Mid-Atlantic Region. “Amanda was selected from a highly competitive group of high school students located throughout Southern Maryland. Amanda’s impressive academic record, long list of STEM awards, a high potential to succeed in her goal to pursue a career in the bioengineering field, and an obvious alignment to our company values made her a truly deserving recipient of this scholarship,” remarked Hoke.

The Sabre scholarship program was launched in 2013 in an effort to steer students into one of the STEM disciplines by helping to reduce the financial barriers of attending college. Sabre will award a total of five $1,500 non-renewable scholarships to deserving students in locations where the company has a major presence.

Sabre Earns Superior Security Rating from DSS

May 27, 2015

Sabre Systems, Inc. is pleased to announce that its corporate headquarters in Warrington, Pa., has earned a Superior security rating – the highest rating – following a recent vulnerability assessment conducted by the U.S. Defense Security Service (DSS). The Superior rating is a notable achievement as only 8.3% of the approximately 13,300 cleared facilities that the DSS oversees receive the highest rating.

“We are proud to attain our Superior rating; upholding and exceeding the high standards set by DSS,” remarked Sabre President Phil Jaurigue.

The Superior security rating is reserved for cleared facilities that have consistently and fully implemented the requirements of the National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual (NISPOM) in an effective fashion resulting in a security posture of the highest caliber compared with other cleared facilities of similar size and complexity. The facility must have documented procedures that heighten the security awareness of employees and foster a spirit of cooperation within the security community by the facility security officer and security staff.

Sabre Awards STEM Scholarship to Robert Petras

May 21, 2015

IMG_20150511_103213081_HDRSabre Systems, Inc. is pleased to announce that Evans High School senior Robert Petras of Martinez, Ga., has been awarded a $1,500 college scholarship to Louisiana State University in recognition of his outstanding STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) accomplishments.

Petras was presented with his award on Monday, May 11, 2015, at Evans High School by Sabre executive Patricia Rimbey. “Robert is truly an exceptional young man. While his academic achievements, accomplishments and participation in numerous extracurricular activities undoubtedly stood out, it was Robert’s humility and demeanor that solidified his selection as the recipient of this scholarship,” commented Rimbey. “I am certain that Robert will continue to be successful as he embarks on his college career at LSU.”

The Sabre scholarship program was launched in 2013 in an effort to steer students into one of the STEM disciplines by helping to reduce the financial barriers of attending college. Sabre will award a total of five $1,500 non-renewable scholarships to deserving students in locations where the company has a major presence.

Sabre Awards STEM Scholarship to Mary Lyons

May 13, 2015

Mary_LyonsSabre Systems, Inc. is pleased to announce that Archbishop Wood High School senior Mary Lyons of Warrington, Pa., has been awarded a $1,500 college scholarship in recognition of her outstanding STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) accomplishments.

Lyons was presented with her award on Wednesday, May 6, 2015, at Archbishop Wood High School by Deborah Kliman, Sabre’s Vice President of Human Resources. “Mary is a proven leader who has achieved a tremendous amount of success over the years due to her strong determination and commitment. In addition, her outstanding academic record along with her involvement in extracurricular activities is to be commended,” remarked Kliman. “I am confident Mary will go on to achieve her future aspirations and continue to exceed expectations.”

The Sabre scholarship program was launched in 2013 in an effort to steer students into one of the STEM disciplines by helping to reduce the financial barriers of attending college. Sabre will award a total of five $1,500 non-renewable scholarships to deserving students in locations where the company has a major presence.

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