In May 1997, Odyssey Systems Consulting Group, Ltd. is founded in the Boston area by Michael Sweat and Michael Prisco to support the Air Force Electronic Systems Center (ESC).
Corporate Reorganization establishes five mission-focused growth centers and consolidated Business Operations infrastructure, paving the way for increased stability and continued business growth.
Tom Portlock named as third Chief Executive Officer in Odyssey’s history.
Odyssey recognized for the 6th time on the 2019 Inc. 5000 annual guide to the 5,000 fastest-growing privately held companies in the United States.
Odyssey expands into medical administration and research roles supporting the Dayton, Ohio Naval Medical Research Unit (Aeromedicine).
Cofounder Mike Sweat retires as Chairman of the Board. Odyssey transitions to a new ownership group following internal management buyout.
Following contract awards under the AFLCMC EPASS program, Odyssey opens offices in Ft. Walton Beach, Florida, Dayton, Ohio, and Warner Robbins, Georgia.
Odyssey awarded GSA OASIS Small Business Contract Pools 4, 5(b), and 6.
In June 2013, Randy Nunley succeeded Mike Sweat as Odyssey CEO. Mike Sweat assumed the role of Chairman of the Board.