MURRAY, Ky.  — Wisdom Tree Technologies, LLC, (WTT) was recently awarded a contract with the Kentucky Air National Guard (KYANG) in Louisville. This effort provides operational management support to the 123rd Special Tactics Squadron (STS).

WTT’s work with the 123rd STS will see the company take on the role of coordinating the missions and activities of the 123rd across the Continental United States, requiring a wide knowledge of air transportation and tactical air operations policies, principles and practices. Wisdom Tree will also maintain education and training programs for the KYANG.

“We are especially excited to provide this support to the Kentucky Air National Guard,” said Scott Allen, president/CEO of WTT and a retired Air Force officer himself. “The 123rd is already instrumental in hurricane Harvey relief and other very important real-world missions.”

WTT was also recently selected to continue performing work in support of the U.S. Army’s Recruiting Command (USAREC) information technology program at Fort Knox. WTT will be providing continuing technical support and information management to USAREC.

“WTT will provide systems maintenance, sustainment and information management to the U.S. Army in support of their ever-important mission of recruiting and retention,” Allen said.

Loretta Daniel, director of the Kentucky Innovation Network and the Regional Business and Innovation Center, stated, “What Scott has done with growing Wisdom Tree Technologies is a great example of why these programs exist and how Murray State University and the Commonwealth of Kentucky work to grow our local economies through entrepreneurs.”

WTT is a client of the Kentucky Innovation Network office at Murray State University and a tenant in the Regional business and Innovation Center located on the Murray State campus. WTT is very active in supporting the local community by providing employment, internships, resources and other experiential learning opportunities to students, veterans, minorities and many others.

About Wisdom Tree Technologies LLC: Wisdom Tree Technologies, LLC, is an award-winning, Native-American owned, SBA (8a) certified, and Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) located in a HUBZone. Privately held, the company was formed in 2007, and is headquartered in Murray, KY. Wisdom Tree serves the defense, law enforcement, national security, inter-agency, corporate, telecommunication and social complexity communities. Wisdom Tree possesses unmatched experience in intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, IT, professional services, recruiting, counter-threat finance, supply chain logistics, and illicit network identification and mitigation. For more information about Wisdom Tree Technologies, call (270) 761-8733 or visit

About the Kentucky Innovation Network — Murray Office: The Office of Entrepreneurship within the Cabinet for Economic Development oversees the twelve offices of the Kentucky Innovation Network and other services, programs and initiatives to encourage small business growth, create, and promote a strong culture of entrepreneurship statewide. Since 2001, the Kentucky Innovation Network has created a network of business leaders and mentors that encourage relationships, grow companies new and existing, and create jobs. The Network is managed- in partnership with the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development and Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation, along with local partners, including Murray State University. Experienced and educated business leaders staff each office.

About Murray State University: Murray State University provides an “Opportunity Afforded” for more than 10,000 students through a high-quality education with experiential learning, academic and personal growth and the ability to secure a lifetime of success. Since 1922, the true value of higher education has been found at Murray State University, where our commitment is to afford endless opportunities for developing leaders in the community, the country and the world. The University’s main campus is located in Murray, Ky. and includes five regional campuses. For more information on Murray State University, please visit

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