Greater Washington Government Contractor of the Year finalists picked

Finalists have been named for the annual Greater Washington Government Contractor of the Year awards.

The winners will be announced Oct. 11 during an awards banquet in McLean, Va. The Northern Virginia Government Contractors Council, the Professional Services Council and Washington Technology magazine present the awards.

Finalists were named in seven categories.

For contractor of the year:

Companies with less than $25 million in annual revenue:
  • Acquisition Solutions Inc.
  • G&B Solutions Inc.
  • List Inc.
  • Oberon Associates, Inc.
  • SiloSmashers

Companies with $25 million to $75 million in annual revenue:
  • 3001 Inc.
  • Abraxas Corp.
  • JBS International Inc.
  • MCR LLC
  • Project Performance Corp.

Companies with $75 million to $300 million in annual revenue:
  • American Systems Corp.
  • Argon ST
  • ICF International Inc.
  • NCI Information Systems Inc.
  • Social & Scientific Systems Inc.
  • Sparta Inc.

Companies with greater than $300 million in annual revenue:
  • Alion Science and Technology Corp.
  • CACI International Inc.
  • Development Alternatives Inc.
  • Perot Systems Government Services
  • SI International Inc.
  • SRA International Inc.

For executive of the year:

Companies with less than $75 million in annual revenue:
  • Linda Berdine, G&B Solutions Inc.
  • Julie Lee, Access Systems Inc.
  • Enrique Tessada, Tessada & Associates Inc.
  • Erik Thamm, Log.Sec Corp.
  • Raymond Yu, W R Systems Ltd.

Companies with greater than $75 million in annual revenue:
  • John Chapel, Aviel Systems Inc.
  • Mac Curtis, Pearson Government Solutions
  • Mary Ann Elliott, Arrowhead Global Solutions Inc.
  • James O'Neill, Northrop Grumman Information Technology
  • Tom Weston, Apogen Technologies Inc.

John Toups, former CEO of PRC Inc., will be inducted into the Government Contractors Hall of Fame. And Jeffrey Brunner of the U.S. Joint Forces Command and Jim Williams, commissioner of the General Services Administration's Federal Acquisition Services, will be honored as public sector partners of the year.

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Nick Wakeman is the editor-in-chief of Washington Technology. Follow him on Twitter: @nick_wakeman.

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