LCG Receives ISO 9001:2015 Accreditation

LCG’s commitment to quality, customer satisfaction, process adherence, and continual process improvement was validated recently by our organization receiving the ISO 9001:2015 Certification. This certification further reinforces LCG Quality Management and Assurance priorities, demonstrating conformity to quality management requirements. 

LCG CEO Conrad Kenley states, The ISO 9001:2015 accreditation is a big deal.  It positions LCG as not only a high value IT solutions provider to our customers, but also assures them of our commitment to high quality standards.  This is an important step in our growth and will be a plus for our competitiveness in the marketplace.” 

LCG has brought precision Information & Technology (I&T) Services to achieve mission capability for Federal Organizations since the early 1990s.  The ISO 9001:2015 Certification optimizes LCG’s ability to bring performance success by applying quality management principles to enhance customer satisfaction consistently, allowing our customers to achieve predictable and evidence-based results. 

Presented below is the Formal Press Release from the Performance Review Institute Registrar: 

PRI Registrar recognizes LCG, Inc. for its commitment to continual improvement in their management system 

LCG, Inc. received accreditation for demonstrating their ongoing commitment to quality by satisfying customer requirements and industry specifications.  

“LCG, Inc. has demonstrated its commitment to world class quality by implementing and becoming certified to the ISO 9001 standard. They have joined an elite number of organizations worldwide who have achieved certification to this globally recognized quality standard,” said Randy Daugharthy, Director of the Registrar Program at the Performance Review Institute Registrar.  “PRI Registrar is proud to partner with LCG, Inc. in this accomplishment and look forward to continued support of their objective of quality excellence.” 

About PRI Registrar 

Since 1995, Performance Review Institute Registrar, a management systems registrar, has helped a multitude of organizations achieve and realize their true potential through the development of management systems and quality systems certification. As an affiliate of SAE International, PRI Registrar is a not-for-profit organization, uniquely motivated with a mission and commitment to raise the bar in any industry it serves. To learn more information, visit or contact PRI Registrar at today. 

LCG CEO and Founder Conrad Kenley, Recipient of the 2021 Wilbur Parker Alumni Award

LCG Founder and CEO Conrad Kenley is the honorary recipient of the 2021 Wilbur Parker Distinguished Alumni Award from the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University. The Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) and Alumni Affairs at the Johnson Graduate School presented the award during its 11th Annual Johnson Diversity Alumni Awards ceremony, held virtually on Feb 18, 2021 

Wilbur Parker was the first African-American MBA to Graduate in 1950 from Cornell and the inaugural recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award from Johnson’s Black Graduate Business Association in 2003, subsequently named in his honor. The Wilbur Parker Award recognizes African-American alumni from the Johnson Graduate School of Management who demonstrate outstanding professional achievement and commitment to their community. 

Conrad started his career at Arthur Andersen as an auditor after graduating from the Cornell Johnson Business School in 1975 with an MBA in engineering. Conrad has held several Executive Leadership positions at multiple firms, including American Express, MCI Communications, and Merrill Lynch. Conrad founded LCG in 1990 with the objective of brining innovative & emerging technologies for business operations supporting Federal Missions. In his award acceptance speech, Conrad quotes: 

LCG CEO Conrad Kenley

“I urge you to think about how you will stay agile, innovate, and evolve,” said Kenley. “One thing is for certain: Change is inevitable, and you will need to keep preparing yourself for further change.” 

Conrad also quoted: 

“You will need a work/life balance, you can’t get any more time and have you a lot of living to do.” 

Conrad is deeply involved in multiple charities supporting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota, FL, the American Heart Association, and the NIH Children’s Inn.  

Conrad has a passion for Jazz Music, history and education. He has been on the DC Jazz Festival (DCJF) board of directors since 2006 and as Chairman since 2016.  DCJF is a non- profit organization bringing affordable Jazz  education and performances to the Washington, DC area for students of all ages.  

Click here to watch a recording of the 11th Annual Diversity Alumni Awards ceremony.