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KSA Integration, LLC, is a Service Disabled Veteran-owned Small Business (SDVOSB) that was founded by LtGen (USMC, Ret.) Keith Stalder in November 2010. LtGen Stalder and his partners built KSA with a vision of providing custom consulting solutions without the overhead cost constraints of larger, less flexible companies. Team KSA offers a comprehensive portfolio of support capabilities in four critical areas: 1) Data Analytics, 2) Comprehensive Service Member and Veterans Support, 3) Organizational & Process Improvement, and 4) Training & Education.
KSA’s work supporting the Marine Corps Wounded Warrior and Marine for Life Call Centers provides us resident staff knowledge on programs and resources supporting veterans transition and disability issues which is accessible to all KSA staff members. These include but are not limited to; vocational rehabilitation and training, Veterans Affairs expertise in both medical and benefits issues, and veteran service organizations.
We offer a retention support program for all military connected employees regardless of the sub groups people may belong to
orientation training and onboarding
- New Employee Orientation
- New Employee Training
- On-boarding program
- Mentorship program
military connected assistance
In 2019, KSA's retention rate of veteran employees was 73%.
KSA sets our employees up for success from the beginning of employment. We realize our employees are at different stages of their career and provide for appropriate stages of life. We provide a flexible work environment that will meet client and employee needs. We work with our employees to create an environment and work location for their satisfaction. With the current environment and remote working capabilities, customer support has become portable. As long as the customer’s needs are met with complete satisfaction, work locations are flexible and retention rates have increased.
civilian credential support
We offer tuition assistance or other financial support toward the preparation, attainment, and/or maintaining of an academic or professional certificate, degree, or another civilian credential,We offer apprenticeships, internships, or other formalized, structured training program/s to assist with the attainment of a civilian credentialKSA Integration has a vested interest in seeing all of our employees grow and continue the learning process, especially current and former service members. The company encourages employees to seek out training and development for personal growth, additional job duties, and/or promotional opportunities. The company will reimburse a maximum of $5,000 per calendar year toward the cost of professional development such as in attaining civilian credentials, professional certifications, or education.
KSA Integration was founded by Lt. Gen. Keith Stalder, USMC, Retired. Building on his 40 years of success and leadership in the Marine Corps and Department of Homeland Security, he brings a broad and deep appreciation for, and understanding of, the fundamental challenges of organizations and businesses, both in government and the private sectors. He is a Senior Fellow at the Center for Naval Analysis (CNA), the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies (PIPS), and the Global Resilience Institute (GRI). He served as the National Commander of the Marine Corps Aviation Association for five and a half years and is a member of the Golden Eagles.
While on active duty he was the Commanding General of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific and before that Commanding General of II Marine Expeditionary Force.
He has served as the Commanding General of seven separate organizations and is one of the military's most experienced operational commanders. As the senior Marine Military Representative to the U.S. Pacific Command, he was instrumental in negotiating international accords on the basing of U.S. forces in Japan and strengthening international alliances to preserve peace in East Asia and the Pacific.
Lieutenant General Stalder served as the Commanding General, Training and Education Command; Commanding General, 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing in Iraq; and the Deputy Commanding General, 1st Marine Expeditionary Force, in Operation Iraqi Freedom I. He commanded Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 531 and Marine Aviation Weapons and Tactics Squadron One and was the Deputy Director for Plans and Policy, United States Central Command during Operation Enduring Freedom.
He was born in Venezuela and grew up in Alaska. A graduate of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, he holds a Masters Degree in Aeronautics.