A-T Solutions Celebrates 10th Anniversary

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Dennis Kelly, Photo Credit to Michael Carpenter for American Capital Growth

A-T Solutions Inc. announced today that the company is celebrating its 10-year anniversary.

“Over the past decade, we’ve been honored to have the opportunity to serve our nation’s military, intelligence and homeland security forces with services and technology solutions that have helped to secure our world,” said Dennis Kelly, president and CEO of A-T Solutions. “The key to our success has been and continues to be the outstanding team of talented and dedicated professionals who share in our common mission of helping our customers fight the terrorist threat.”

Since its inception in 2002, A-T Solutions has become a global, industry-leading anti- and counterterrorism professional solutions firm with the goal of protecting people, infrastructure, and nations from terrorist threats.

Within the first five years A-T Solutions was awarded contracts with Department of State for Anti-Terrorism Assistance, Department of Homeland Security Office for Bombing Prevention and U.S. Navy Explosive Ordnance Disposal Training and Evaluation Unit ONE.

By 2007, the company was named Inc. Magazine’s Top 500 and recognized as one of America’s fastest-growing private companies, and was included in the Hot 500 by Entrepreneur Magazine.

Within the last four years, A-T Solutions dramatically expanded capabilities into analysis, forensics intelligence, HUMMINT, data management and exploitation, as well as expanded into C5ISR and high-end systems and solutions IT for the IC.

Along the way it picked up a few more significant honors including the 2010 Government Contractor of the Year award by Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce, Professional Services Council and Washington Technology, the Star Warfighter Award by SmartCEO Magazine, and this year’s Company of the Year award from ACG Capital Region.

As of today, A-T Solutions has grown to over 800 employees and accumulated over $200 million in revenue on way to a record year.

Kelly said, “We look forward to the opportunity to continue to serve our nation and its allies in their critical missions.”

Read Dennis Kelly’s three pieces of advice to his children, an ongoing WashingtonExec series, here.

 

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