VetAdvisor Named as a 2016 Best Place to Work in Pennsylvania

Falls Church, VA – December 7, 2016Three Wire Systems, (LLC) (Three Wire) announces that VetAdvisor®, a Three Wire subsidiary, has been named as a Best Place to Work in Pennsylvania in the Small to Medium-Sized Companies category. To be eligible for this process, companies had to be a for-profit or non-profit business, be publicly or privately held, employ at least 25 employees working in Pennsylvania and be in business for at least one year. This year’s list represents 30,256 employees of 76 small to medium sized companies and 24 large sized companies.

“We are very excited to be a part of the Best Places to Work family,” said Jennifer Roseman, executive vice president, VetAdvisor Services. “Being named to the list shows the importance Three Wire places on company culture and the value we seek in each and every one of our employees.”

Companies began the application process in late March of this year with a survey that was administered to both employees and employers at hundreds of businesses across the Commonwealth. Winners are chosen based on who receives the highest combined scores in a twofold evaluation: a review of a company’s workforce policies, practices, philosophies, systems, and demographics (25 percent) and results of an employee survey measuring employee satisfaction (75 percent).

The numeric list of winners were announced at a celebration dinner on Thursday, December 1 at the Lancaster County Convention Center in downtown Lancaster, Penn.

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About VetAdvisor

Founded in 2006, Three Wire is the trusted source to protect and maximize America’s most important investments; from the people on the front line, to the hardware and software online. A subsidiary of Three Wire, the VetAdvisor Program system of care provides proactive, one-on-one coaching services enabled by technology to measure success and continually improve the quality of life for our heroes in uniform. As the nation’s expert in veteran-centric holistic care, the VetAdvisor program provides corporate HR and management teams with resources to understand how to recruit and retain valuable military veteran and service member personnel at a low health care cost.

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SCOTUS Ruling Shows Promising Future for SDVOSB’s

On June 16 the Supreme Court (SCOTUS) established its ruling on Kingdomware vs. The United States, which is set to drive more contractor teaming with veteran-owned small businesses in the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).

From the SCOTUS blog “The issue before the Court was whether a federal law which provides that, as long as certain conditions are met, the Department of Veterans Affairs “shall award” contracts to small businesses owned by veterans applies every time the department awards contracts. The federal government had argued that the rule left some room for discretion, but today the Court rejected that argument.  “Shall,” the Court emphasized, was meant as “a command.”

The implications of this ruling will be potentially widespread across government institutions if history repeats itself. Two big noteworthy changes resulting from this ruling are that:

  1. First, the VA must now give preference to service disabled veteran-owned small businesses (SDVOSBs) and veteran-owned small businesses (VOSBs) on purchases made through GSA Schedules.
  2. Second, the VA must give preference to veteran-owned businesses on all its acquisitions, whether or not the VA has met its annual veteran contracting goals.

With this ruling, small, service-disabled, veteran-owned businesses will be sought after as potential partners for larger teaming efforts. This new door to opportunity will inevitably result in a range of potential partners from qualified and well-intentioned through opportunistic, but the right kind of change is happening and as a veteran-owned business, we at Three Wire are optimistic about this trajectory.

The VA has led the way in enabling veterans to gain access to economic opportunity by leveraging the federal procurement system and expanding participation of procurement-ready small businesses. As a SDVOSB on GSA IT70, SEWP V, and CIOCS, and a leading technology and innovation partner, we are excited about what this means for economic opportunities for those veterans who are already in the marketplace, and the inspiration we hope it provides to those who have been waiting to dip their toe into the waters.

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VetAdvisor EVP to Present at 2016 World EAP Conference

Data-Based Presentation on Veteran-Centric Life Success Programs

Falls Church, VA – Jennifer Roseman, Three Wire Systems’ Executive Vice President of VetAdvisor Services, has been selected to present at the Employee Assistance Professionals Association’s 2016 World EAP Conference in Chicago, IL. Roseman’s presentation, “What EAP Services do Veterans Want? Best Practices and Lessons Learned” will use data collected by VetAdvisor over a two-year period.

“I’m honored that my presentation was among those selected for this year’s World EAP Conference,” Roseman states. “The data collected using our Veteran Relationship Management tool is incredibly illuminating and I look forward to discussing the ways it can help organizations identify veteran life success program needs and determine veteran coaching best practices and ROI measurement.”

In November 2013, VetAdvisor began offering veteran-centric life success coaching services to a Fortune 500 company. A cohort of 1,999 veterans registered for and received VetAdvisor finance, career, wellness, behavioral health, and navigational advocacy coaching. All coach/veteran interactions were tracked, providing a wealth of data on duration, quality, and content of all interactions, as well as on how veterans assess their quality of life across personal, interpersonal, and operational (logistical) categories.

Utilizing data collected between November 2013 and December 2015, Roseman’s session will present lessons learned and strategies for achieving veteran engagement in coaching services. EAPA’s 2016 World EAP Conference will be held Monday, October 31 – Thursday, November 3, 2016 at the Sheraton Grand Chicago. For more information, visit

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VetAdvisor Named to PA Business Central’s Top 100 Organizations List

Ebensburg, PA – VetAdvisor was named one of the Top 100 Organizations in Central Pennsylvania, PA Business Central announced today. “As we move into our 25th year of publication I am happy to report that our offices have been filled with excitement and preparation for the signature edition of the Pennsylvania Business Central. Nominations for the Top 100 Organizations edition came in from all over the state in record numbers,” said Publisher David Wells.

The Top 100 List celebrates successful Pennsylvania organizations but does not include a specific ranking. Click here to find out more, and to see the complete list.

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Roseman Named Excecutive Vice President of VetAdvisor Services

Implements and Directs VetAdvisor Coaching Programs

Ebensburg, PA – Three Wire Systems, LLC (Three Wire) today announced it has named Jennifer Roseman Executive Vice President of VetAdvisor Services. Roseman implements and directs proactive veteran outreach programs, improving veterans’ access to behavioral health screenings and reintegration coaching services. Roseman was instrumental in developing Three Wire’s VetAdvisor program; she has previously served as VetAdvisor’s Vice President and Senior Vice President.

“Jennifer has a demonstrated commitment to serving the reintegration needs of service members, and to developing veteran-centric life success coaching programs,” states Three Wire CEO Dan Frank. “Her promotion to Executive Vice President is a reflection of her talents and successes.”

In addition to her role at VetAdvisor, Roseman is the President-elect of the National Association for Rural Mental Health and a member of the American Counseling Association and the Saint Francis University Social Work Advisory Board. She is a Certified Peer Support Specialist Supervisor, has a Bachelors in Social Work from Saint Francis University where she was honored with the Social Work Student-of-the-Year for 2003, and a Masters in Arts in Criminal Justice Administration from Mount Aloysius College.

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