CSSS.NET rebrands, changes name to Constellation West

Rebranding follows company’s relocation to D.C.

CSSS.NET has changed its name to Constellation West in an effort to rebrand the company in a way that executives say embodies its pioneering spirit and commitment to delivering the solutions for its client’s challenges.

The company was originally founded as a consultancy practice, but 16 years later, the it is now focused on serving the federal government.

The rebranding comes as a result of a number of awards that the company has won, and a number of changes that it has made.

Constellation West recently moved its headquarters to Washington D.C., and hired former USIS vice president Ray Tye as senior vice president, and former Booz Allen senior associate Jeff Ondrias as eastern region director.

“Our new company tagline, ‘Where extraordinary works,’ also pays homage to the great talent and commitment I see from our employees who deliver amazing, extraordinary solutions to our customers every day,” said Lisa Wolford, Constellation West president and CEO.

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