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The top 10 companies of Washington Technology's 2005 Top 100 list of federal prime contractors were recognized at a luncheon July 14 at the McLean Hilton in Virginia.

From left, Jeremiah Cunningham of CDW-G, Washington Technology Editor Nick Wakeman and PostNewsweek President David Greene.

From left, Ken Grimsley of CDW Government Inc., Tom Oles of Lockheed Martin Information Technology and Nick Wakeman of PostNewsweek Tech Media.

Jerry Edgerton, senior vice president of government markets for MCI WorldCom Inc.

Anchorman Leon Harris of WJLA ABC News 7 was the featured speaker.

Juli Ballesteros of Northrop Grumman Corp.

Howard Myers of General Dynamics Corp. (left) and Tom Trezza of PostNewsweek.

Veronica Whitmore and Jeremiah Cunningham of CDW-G.

From left, Dan Arnold of PostNewsweek, Steve Perkins of Northrop Grumman, Ray Bjorkland of Federal Sources Inc. and Michael Farber of Booz Allen Hamilton.

Photos by Zaid Hamid

Students Martin Freeman and Michael Lemons listen to Andre Beaudet while touring a prototype solar generator at Fort Huachuca, Ariz., during the Defense Information Systems Agency's Robo-Tech 2005 Summer Camp, held July 11-15. The purpose of the camp is to teach students about teamwork and technology.

Photos by DISA photo

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