Our culture

We strive to maintain an open culture, in which everyone is a hands-on contributor, everyone feels comfortable sharing ideas and opinions, each is accepting of the views and opinions of others to work in a truly collaborative manner. We want to be viewed as a high performing team, focused on delivering stellar services, that leave the indelible references of the highest technical, cost and schedule performance, and overall quality in everything we do while adhering to the corporate values, ethical boundaries and code of conduct we jointly have agreed to ascribe to. This is the TFC way.

Our values

  • A

    Accountable

  • C

    Collaborative

  • H

    Honest

  • I

    Innovative

  • E

    Ethical

  • V

    Verifiable

  • E

    Engaged

Philosophy

Corporate social responsibility

Without community service, we would not have a strong quality of life. It’s important to the person who serves as well as the recipient. It’s the way in which we ourselves grow and develop.

– Dr. Dorothy Height

TFC Consulting, Inc. has an unyielding commitment to community service & volunteer programs to support those in need. Corporate social responsibility is embedded in our business practices and we encourage all employees to take the time to participate in various events that support social service organizations.

  • United Services Organization (USO)

    United Services Organization (USO)

    TFC partnered with the USO in support of their mission to serve the needs of America’s troops, their families and caregivers. The combined efforts of twenty-five TFC volunteers and USO helped to prepare 1,041 care packages.

  • LUNGevity

    LUNGevity

    TFC was a bronze sponsor and helped raise funds during the LUNGevity E-Race. The LUNGevity Foundation works to improve the quality of life for people affected by lung cancer, through research in detection and treatment methods.

  • National Park Service

    National Park Service

    TFC worked with the National Park Service to remove invasive plants from the Greenbelt Park. Invasive plants are non native plants that directly impact our ecosystem by preventing native plants to thrive.

  • Autism Speaks

    Autism Speaks

    TFC sponsored the Autism Speaks Walk at the National Mall. The funds raised supported autism research, advocacy, family services, and community awareness on autism.

  • Capital Area Food Bank

    Capital Area Food Bank

    TFC assisted with distributing food and supplies to families as well as initiated staff fund raising programs to support the program. The Capital Area Foodbank provides 30 million meals to almost half a million area residents, every year.