Research Innovations is having a banner year.  Check out some of our media coverage and awards below:

Cyber Expert Brian Shirey HIRED as VP of Cyber Technology

Research Innovations, Inc. announced the appointment of Brian Shirey as Vice President of Cyber Technologies & Solutions.  Mr. Shirey will lead and continue to expand Research Innovations' capabilities to provide innovative full-spectrum cyber solutions to the DoD and Intelligence Community, as well as grow Research Innovations into a preeminent cyber security company... read more.


ellen minderman HIRED as VP OF command, Control, Comms, Computers, & Intel

Research Innovations, Inc. announced the appointment of Ellen Minderman as Vice President of C4I.  Ellen Minderman joined RII as the VP of C4I (Command, Control, Communications, Computers, and Intelligence) where she will manage and grow RII's C4I business line, to include Joint C2, Joint Targeting, Information Operations, and Tactical/Mobile C2 solutions for the U.S. military and its allies.  Ellen brings with her a wealth of industry experience, customer intimacy... read more.



Research Innovations, Inc. announced the appointment of Jack Harrington as its new CEO. He will assume responsibilities immediately and will succeed Rich Briggs, founder, who will continue as Chief Technology Officer and Chairman of the Board. 

In 1994, Harrington and Briggs cofounded Virtual Technology Corporation, which was acquired in 2006 by Raytheon Company... read more.


RII makes the WT Fast 50

Each year Washington Technology compiles a list of the 50 fastest-growing small businesses operating within the federal market. This year RII landed at number 31.


Rich Briggs, CEO Interview

"Sometimes, even after growing a business and selling it to a large company, the craving for being in the business world does not die away.  At least, it didn't for Research Innovations CEO Rich Briggs... read more.

We're one of DC's Coolest companies

In a year of record-setting applications, RII was named a finalist in DCInno's annual "Coolest Companies" contest. Selection criteria included company products and culture. Finalists will be announced in late September.

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RII named one of virginia's best places to work

Research Innovations landed at number 47 on the 2017 Virginia Business "Best Places to Work" list.  


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