CACI's London leads group of 2012's top contractors
- By Nick Wakeman
- Sep 06, 2012
Jack London, chairman of CACI International, has been picked to receive the Hall of Fame award as part of the 10th annual Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards program.
London will be the 10th person inducted into the hall of fame, and he joins other legends of the government contracting market, such as Norm Augustine, former chairman and CEO of Lockheed Martin, Robert Beyster, founder of Science Applications International Corp., and Phil Odeen, who led companies such as BDM International and TRW Inc.
In addition to the hall of fame award, the annual awards program recognizes four companies as contractors of the year and three individuals as executives of the year. The program is produced by the Fairfax County, Va., Chamber of Commerce, the Professional Services Council and Washington Technology.
Finalists for this year’s program were announced Thursday. The winners in each category will be announced Nov. 1 at a gala dinner.
The 2012 finalists are:
Contractor of the year (less than $25 million)
- Amyx Inc.
- Berico Technologies
- DRT Strategies Inc.
- InCadence Strategic Solutions
- Octo Consulting Group Inc.
- Thermopylae Sciences + Technology
- Triumph Enterprises Inc.
Contractor of the Year ($25 million-75 million)
- Blue Canopy Group LLC
- CSSI Inc.
- Engineering Services Network Inc.
- Fulcrum IT Services LLC
- Invertix Corp.
Contractor of the Year ($75 million-300 million)
- Calibre Systems Inc.
- Digital Management Inc.
- Noblis Inc.
- Social & Scientific Systems Inc.
Contractor of the Year (greater than $300 million)
- Carahsoft Technology Corp.
- Pacific Architects and Engineers Inc.
- Sotera Defense Solutions Inc.
- Triple Canopy
Executive of the Year (less than $75 million)
- Greg Baroni, chairman and CEO, Attain LLC
- Phil Panzarella, president and CEO, CPS Professional Services LLC
- Raymond Lopez Jr., president and CEO, Engineering Services Network Inc.
- Lynette Spano, president and CEO, SCI Consulting Inc.
- Marty Engle, Founder, president and CEO, the Engle Group
Executive of the Year ($75 million-300 million)
- Tony Jimenez, founder, president and CEO, MicroTech
- Bob Morgan, co-founder, chairman and CEO, MorganFranklin Corp.
- Mary Williams, president and CTO, MTEQ | Manufacturing Techniques Inc.
- Brad Antle, president and CEO, Salient Federal Solutions Inc.
- John Wood, chairman and CEO, Telos Corp.
Executive of the Year (greater than $300 million)
- Kay Kapoor, managing director and CEO, Accenture Federal Services LLC
- Marilyn Crouther, senior vice president and general manager, HP Enterprise Services
- Harry Martin, Jr., founder, president and CEO, Intelligent Decisions
- Richard Montoni, president and CEO, Maximus
- Jody Tedesco, president, NJVC LLC
- Anne Donohue, senior vice president and general counsel, SRA International Inc.
In addition to the companies and executives, the GovCon Awards program also will recognize Elliott Branch, deputy assistant secretary of acquisition and procurement at the Navy, and Alexander Mavroukakis, contracting officer at the Education Department and General Service Administration, as public sector partners of the year.
Nick Wakeman is the editor-in-chief of Washington Technology. Follow him on Twitter: @nick_wakeman.