Embrace Your Future
IntePros Federal’s five core values emphasize caring for one another, our partners, and our customers. We offer our employees unlimited professional development and growth opportunities to excel as leaders and subject matter experts who embrace emerging technology, focus on the user experience, and make an impact every day for our customers.
A Few Perks
As a People First company, we continue to add and improve benefits that matter most to our employees. At IntePros Federal, we empower our team members with the tools and resources to reach their fullest potential and foster a culture of creativity and collaboration. Scroll down to learn more about what it’s like to work here!
401(k) Employer Matching
Paid Time Off, 11 Federal Holidays, and Volunteer Days
Quarterly Team & Individual Awards
Unlimited Training with Professional Certifications
Pre-tax Commuter Benefits
Employee Referral Program
Community for Inclusion
Voluntary Critical Illness & Cancer Insurance Plan
Comprehensive Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
Save up to $150 on gym memberships and other fitness and health discounts
Redeem up to $400 annually with BCBS' ahealthyme.com savings and health assessment programs
Employee Assistance Program that includes confidential 24/7/365 web-based counseling services, legal and financial guidance, crisis support, and personal and professional training
IntePros Federal Cares
We are a service-focused employee community leading, contributing, and
volunteering across Veteran organizations and other service areas.
Luke's Wings is a non-profit dedicated to providing families with the means to visit their wounded, ill, and injured service members during recovery and rehabilitation. When a service member is injured, the government offers just three flights for immediate family. After those flights are exhausted, Luke's Wings steps in to provide families with complimentary airfare throughout the entirety of recovery. We participated in the Heroes Golf Classic, an event that raised additional donations for flights.
In partnership with the Children’s Hospital oncology department in Washington, DC, we “adopted a family” during the holiday season. Our adopted family has a teenager diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor. Our employees contributed well over $2000 to purchase holiday gifts for the entire family, including clothing, computers, games, toys, and kitchen items. This tradition continues with plans to adopt multiple families this year.