GOVCON AWARDS

Nominations open for contractor of the year awards

The Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards, presented by the Fairfax Chamber of Commerce, and Professional Services Council, has opened the nomination period executive and contractor of the year awards.

The awards have been said to be the “Academy Awards of Government Contracting,” and this year will mark its 11th annual presentation. 

Applications are due Friday, June 14, 2013.

To apply, you must submit an intent to apply form. This form must be filled out by each company or individual that intends to apply, and should be submitted immediately. An e-mail with application instructions will be sent to you, as well as a link to the online application form, upon your completion of the intent form.

Awards are given for executives and contractors of the year in different size categories. Click here for more on the criteria and categories.

Individual tickets and tables are not currently available. For more information on sponsorships, e-mail vice president, business development Katharine Ryan at kryan@fairfaxchamber.org

About the Author

Mark Hoover is a senior staff writer with Washington Technology. You can contact him at mhoover@washingtontechnology.com, or connect with him on Twitter at @mhooverWT.

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