'05 Greater Washington Contractor Awards: IT leaders take their turn in the spotlight

Large Contractor of the Year

Anteon International Corp.

Arinc Inc.

CACI International Inc.

Computer Sciences Corp.

Northrop Grumman Corp.

Midsize Contractor of the Year

Argon ST Inc.

Development Alternatives Inc.

Scitor Corp.

SI International Inc.

Stanley Associates Inc.

Small Contractor of the Year

3001 Inc.

C2 Technologies Inc.

Decisive Analytics Corp.

Gryphon Technologies LC

McDonald Bradley Inc.

Public Sector Partner of the Year

Lenora Clark-Evans, Capital District

Contracting Center

Dennis Filler, Federal Aviation Administration

Joann Kansier, Federal Aviation Administration

Greg Rothwell, Homeland Security Department


Jerry Schubert, Education Department

Small Contractor Executive of the Year

Kenneth Bartee, McDonald Bradley Inc.

Linda Berdine, G&B Solutions Inc.

Angela Drummond, SiloSmashers Inc.

Joseph Fergus, Communication Technologies Inc.

Long Nguyen, Pragmatics Inc.

Doug Wagoner, Data Systems Analysts Inc.

Midsize Contractor Executive of the Year

Mary Anne Elliot, Arrowhead Global Solutions

Simon Lee, STG Inc.

Mary Frances leMat, Social & Scientific Systems Inc.

Ray Oleson, SI International Inc.

Abbas Yazdani, Artel Inc.

Large Contractor Executive of the Year

J.P. "Jack" London, CACI International Inc.

Ernst Volgenau, SRA International Inc.



Hall of Fame

Earle Williams

The Washington Chorus and the Joint Armed Forces Color Guard present the National Anthem to open the awards ceremony.

Zaid Hamid

It's a small cadre of men and women, but among them, one helped found an industry, another withstood the angry criticism of co-workers to do what she thought was right, and yet another would be just as happy to avoid the limelight.

What these and seven other people and companies honored with Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards have in common is a belief in partnerships with their employees, customers and communities.

"I can't show you on an accounting sheet how what you're doing as a community ultimately goes back to the bottom line, but it does. It paid off in the long run," said Earle Williams, the former chief executive officer and chairman of BDM International Inc. "I feel extraordinarily fortunate to have been a part of all this."

Williams received the Hall of Fame Award at the third annual awards banquet presented by Washington Technology, the Professional Services Council and the Fairfax County, Va., Chamber of Commerce Government Contractors Council.

A panel of leaders from industry, government and academia chose the finalists and award winners.

Deflecting the spotlight's glare with praise for her team and employees was Joann Kansier, director of the Office of Competitive Sourcing at the Federal Aviation Administration. She was one of two winners of the Public Sector Partner of the Year award.

Kansier ran an A-76 competition that pitted FAA workers against the private sector. She endured angry voice mail and e-mail messages from FAA employees, but stood behind the decision to award an outsourcing contract to Lockheed Martin Corp.

"I did everything I could for our employees," she said.

Kansier and the other award winners offer their stories and a few lessons learned from the front lines of the government-contracting world.

Reader Comments

Please post your comments here. Comments are moderated, so they may not appear immediately after submitting. We will not post comments that we consider abusive or off-topic.

Please type the letters/numbers you see above

What is your e-mail address?

My e-mail address is:

Do you have a password?

Forgot your password? Click here
close
SEARCH
 Top 100 Slideshow
contracts DB

Trending

  • Dive into our Contract Award database

    In an exclusive for WT Insider members, we are collecting all of the contract awards we cover into a database that you can sort by contractor, agency, value and other parameters. You can also download it into a spreadsheet. Read More

  • Is SBA MIA on contractor fraud? Nick Wakeman

    Editor Nick Wakeman explores the puzzle of why SBA has been so silent on the latest contractor fraud scandal when it has been so quick to act in other cases. Read More

Webcasts