Fourth Annual Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum Awards will announce winners at a gala in May.
The Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF), an organization that serves as a connector between small- and growing-government contractors and larger partners and government agencies that can help them, has picked the finalists for the Fourth Annual SECAF Awards.
Up-and-coming federal government contractors that have less than $25 million in annual revenue and have made key business contributions, particularly that benefit the Washington, D.C. region, will be recognized at a May 3, evening gala in McLean, Va., at which the winners will be announced.
More than 200 nominations were received this year and finalists were divided into six revenue-based categories.
"These finalists have shown just how resourceful and successful our industry can be, thanks to their commitment to leadership, professionalism and advocacy," Mark Moore and Scott Brezler, co-chairs for the Awards Gala selection committee, said in a statement.
The 2012 finalists are:
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