SECAF Announces Winners of 5th Annual Government Contractor Awards

Kate Ogden (Unanet Technologies) presents the SECAF Award of Excellence to Excella Consulting, Inc.'s Steve Cooper

The Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum (SECAF) last night unveiled the winners of the 5th Annual SECAF Government Contractor Awards. SECAF’s flagship event honors small and emerging government contractors and the players in the industry that rely on small business. The annual awards event was held at the Hilton McLean in Tysons Corner where winners, selected from eight categories, were formally honored.

“It is a great honor to recognize these companies that consistently demonstrate the commitment, drive and leadership that enable the government contractor community as a whole to reach higher levels,” said Kwesi Rogers, chairman of SECAF and president of Federal National Commercial Credit.  “We are privileged to celebrate their accomplishments amongst colleagues and peers.”

The 2013 winners included the following:

SECAF Government Contractor of the Year (under $6 million in revenue):
Navanti Group, LLC

SECAF Government Contractor of the Year ($6 to $12 million in revenue):
InCadence Strategic Solutions Corp

Kwesi Rogers, Chairman, SECAF

 

SECAF Government Contractor of the Year ($12 to $25 million in revenue):
Innovative Defense Technologies

SECAF Small Business
Partner of the Year ($25 to $100 million in revenue):
ASM Research, Inc

SECAF Small Business Partner of the Year (over $100 million in revenue):
DCS Corporation

SECAF Government Project of the Year:
Potomac Healthcare Solutions

SECAF Award of Excellence:
Excella Consulting, Inc

SECAF Government Advocate of the Year:
-Bridget Bean, U.S. Small Business Administration

Cameron Hamilton (The McLean Group) presents the SECAF Government Advocate of the Year to Bridget Bean (US Small Business Administration)

“Congratulations to all the SECAF award winners.  Year in and year out, they prove to be tremendous advocates for our industry.  Moreover, they are shining examples for other government contractors and small business partners out there,” added Mark Moore, John Marshall Bank, and Scott Brezler, Dixon Hughes Goodman, co-chairs for the Awards Gala selection committee. “We thank them, along with all of our finalists and nominees, for their stellar contributions to the contractor community.”

Read more about SECAF and its mission through our interviews with the 2013 SECAF Gala co-Chairmen, Mark Moore and Scott Brezler on WashingtonExec.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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