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DorobekInsider: Winners of the 7th Annual Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards

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I mentioned that earlier this week, I was at the Coalition for Government Procurement’s Excellence in Partnership awards. Last night, the winners of the 7th Annual Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards were announced. The GWGCA’s are presented by Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce’s Greater Washington GovCon Council, the Professional Services Council and Washington Technology magazine.

Washington Technology reports:

Four companies and three executives were honored for their achievements during the past year at the annual Greater Washington Government Contractor Awards program Wednesday night.

The seven winners were picked from 36 finalists in seven categories…

As part of the annual dinner, Al Nashman, former president of Computer Sciences Corp.’s federal business, received the hall of fame award for contributions during his career. Nashman, retired from CSC in 1992 after 27 years and is widely credited with creating the business model for government information technology contractors.

Read the full story.

The full list of winners:

Contractor of the Year
(less than $25 million)
Dovel Technologies

Contractor of the Year
($25 to $75 million)
High Performance Technologies

Contractor of the Year
($75 to $300 million)
Whitney, Bradley & Brown

Contractor of the Year
(greater than $300 million)
CACI International

Executive of the Year
(less than $75 million)
Jerry Torres, Torres A E Solutions

Executive of the Year
($75 to $300 million)
Bill Hoover, American Systems Corporation

Executive of the Year
(greater than $300 million)
Sudhakar Kesavan, ICF International

Public Sector Partners
David Drabkin, GSA

Hall of Fame Inductee
Al Nashman, Former Executive, CSC

Get more information from the Professional Services Council here.

Written by cdorobek

November 5, 2009 at 2:53 PM

Posted in awards, Circuit, Industry

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