Culture and Vision

Mission: Delivers innovative solutions in partnership with our clients to make our nation more secure and prosperous

Vision: Embrace a strategy and design mindset to become the consulting company of choice to accelerate mission results.

Culture: Our culture emphasizes putting team, client, and company interest ahead of our own, recognizing our employees’ successes, and showing gratitude for help. We prepare our employees to use our formal methods and communication techniques to delight clients and achieve mission results. As we continue to grow, we want to keep our culture to help keep our ‘small company feel’ even with double-digit growth every year. Our clients and employees value our distinctive culture, a culture of learning and respect. Our employees live our culture every day by demonstrating the following behaviors:

  • Delight Clients
  • Earn Trust
  • Recognize Talent
  • Be Stewards of the Company
  • Learn and Share Knowledge Generously
  • Think About Others Before Ourselves
  • Be Passionate and Persistent
  • Achieve Results, Every Day
  • Make Success Repeatable
  • Act Boldly, Be Humble
I just love how much the company reminds the employees consistently about the culture, and what it means to the company. At my previous job, the company talked about the culture during orientation on the first day, and then I never heard about it again. I really enjoy that Arc Aspicio is so much different!
— Arc Aspicio Employee in our Annual Survey

Theme: Our theme is Gratitude and is already going viral, which means being thankful and showing appreciation for a job well done and opportunities to serve the homeland security mission. This influences our culture and creates an environment where there is recognition and support.

I have never been at another company where employees at all levels are so willing to jump in and help each other. We really do care about each other and consider employees people, not numbers.
— Arc Aspicio Employee in our Annual Survey
I genuinely have become best friends with my coworkers.
— Arc Aspicio Employee in our Annual Survey

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In organizations, real power and energy is generated through relationships. The patterns of relationships and capacities to form them are more important than tasks, functions, roles, and positions.
— Margaret Wheatly