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by Gordon Gates

HRJ International, Inc (HRJI), a subsidiary of The Patrick Wolffe Group (PWG), is reaching out to hire Veterans.

HRJ provides integrated solutions to support operational, logistics and information technology activities. A full-service small business they offer affordable, integrated solutions to support client’s needs.

Many of their integrated and installed systems span the entire range of system configurations and customized solutions, often addressing complex and unique problems in physical sciences, communications, finance, office automation, and engineering design. While their operation support services span the cross-cutting sectors of IT, logistics, logistics automation, supply chain management, firefighting, AOAP/TMDE, postal operation, base support, rapid response, deployment, and training.


HRJ International has a demonstrated track record of providing high quality consulting services for federal clients.

Headquartered in Huntsville, AL with offices in Herndon, Va., HRJI is comprised of five functional consulting areas. An interwoven service structure combines the resources of the five functional areas to efficiently achieve uncommon service levels and above standard outcomes for federal clients.

Core Sectors

Logistics Support & Management concentrates on consulting in all areas related to procedure and plan development, engineering and technical services, package, handling and storage support, facility planning, distribution & transportation, operational and readiness reporting, facility and warehouse operation, deployment, acquisition and disposal.

Logistics Automation focuses on support of automation integration, installation, management, maintenance and operation of logistical systems for the US military including US Army STAMIS, US Marine MIMMS & Atlas, and communication sytems (VSAT, CAISI, BLAST). Plexus LI also supports training activities for each of the logistics automation systems.

hrjjobsapply_400.jpgInformation Technology provides support in system and network management, office automation, data management, system fielding, installation, & moves, troubleshooting, and training. Our technological solutions, including Web-enabled tools, distanced learning systems, work flow applications and Section 508 accessibility initiatives.

Featuring a highly qualified team, a proven methodology, and a state-of-the-art strategic management software platform designed specifically for government agencies, Plexus LI is uniquely qualified to provide an exceptional blend of innovative services and capabilities to its clients.

Operational Support specializes in installation operations support, field operations, DOL support, material management, supply and maintenance (Class II, III, IV, VI, VII, VIII, and IX, commodities, Property Book), planning, mobilization/movement, equipment readiness and maintenance, analytical services, strategic planning and assessment, and quality assurance support. It also includes contingency operations in niche areas of intelligence, firefighting, postal operations, TMDE, and AOAP.

Training provides assistance in needs assessments, requirements determinations, course design and development, outcome and measurement development, course delivery, course evaluation, User Manual development, training aid determination, training integration, and staff skill set assessments.


The success of HRJI is determined by their success in operating as a unified team. They have to earn the trust and respect of customers every day in order that the customers make the decision to choose to go with HRJ.

Creative, productive employees who are empowered to make suggestions while thinking “outside the box” guarantee success at HRJ. They achieve this through dedicated hard work and commitment from every employee. It is the desire of HRJI management to have every employee succeed in his or her job, and assist in achieving our goals.

If you would like to view and apply to HRJ jobs currently on offer, click here.

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