BTAS is Moving 

BTAS is Moving

Dayton defense contractor BTAS, Inc. has finalized the relocation of their corporate office to a new building in the heart of Beavercreek, Ohio to accommodate their rapidly-expanding workforce.

BTAS a Women-Owned Small Business founded in 1995, announced their move to a modern, 11,760 square foot facility at 4391 Dayton-Xenia Road, further cementing their presence within the Dayton business community. The innovative facility, owned by UES – a Dayton-based, woman-run engineering research and development company – has integrative areas such as a lounge, modern training facility and multiple large conference rooms.

“We are very excited to be moving to our new building. Not only will we be operating within a beautiful location, but the new facility will foster a collaborative atmosphere where teammates can easily work with one another in a more fluid and thought-provoking environment.”– Angela Fronista, BTAS President and CEO

Having been awarded The Air Force Personnel Operations Activity (AFPOA) Information Technology Support Services task in February 2017, BTAS is now a 350+ person company functioning across multiple regions of the US for clients including the Air Force and NASA. BTAS has significantly expanded and continues to grow their clientele and reach. From the new headquarters, BTAS will oversee a variety of program management and IT contracts across the country.



About BTAS

BTAS is a nationally-recognized, privately-held, Woman-Owned Small Business with more than 20 years of experience in providing business and technical solutions for information technology, communications, security, program management, and engineering. Our employees are dedicated to providing exceptional solutions and a progressive approach to supporting our federal, state and commercial customers. BTAS is ISO 9001:2008 certified.

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BTAS Point of Contact:
Dina Alkhateeb