Picture this | Industry leaders recognized

The Greater Washington
Government Contactor of the
Year program honored established
companies and newcomers
Oct. 10. The annual event is
produced by the Fairfax
County, Va., Chamber of
Commerce, the Professional
Services Council and
Washington Technology.
Awards are given in different
categories for contractor of
the year, executive of the year,
public-sector partner of the
year and hall of fame.

Pictured clockwise from the top left are Charles Rossotti, 2007 hall of fame inductee; Bill Hughes of MorganFranklin, right, and Tim Keenan of High Performance Technologies Inc., executive of the year under $75 million; Jenise Setian of the Office of Personnel Management accepts her award for public sector partner of the year; William Mutryn of Holland and Knight, right, and Bill Hoover of American Systems Corp., contractor of the year, $75 million to $300 million; (top middle photo) Greg Wager, left, of Marsh Inc. and Rich LaFleur of Grant Thornton; (bottom middle photo) Nancy Francis, left, Lindsey Rheaume and Mike Scanlon of SunTrust Bank enjoy the reception at the awards banquet; David Young, president of Oberon
Associates Inc., contractor of the year, $25 million to $75 million; and Deidre Lee of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, public-sector partner of the year.

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