eGlobalTech Named to Federal Computer Week’s List of Top 20 Women-Owned Companies in the Government IT Market

Sonya Jain, President of eGlobalTech

Sonya Jain, President of eGlobalTech

Arlington, Va.-based eGlobalTech (eGT) announced Nov. 16 that the company has been named to Federal Computer Week‘s (FCW) Federal List of Top 20 Women-Owned Companies in the government information technology (IT) market.

“We are excited to be recognized for our IT leadership and included as one of the Top 20 Woman-Owned Companies,” eGlobalTech President Sonya Jain said. “This award is reflective of our vision to establish highly effective management consulting that can address the Government’s most pressing business needs.”

Other metro D.C. area businesses on the list include ActioNet Inc. (Vienna, Va.), Four LLC (Centreville, Va.), FCI Federal Inc. (Ashburn, Va.), Gryphon Technologies LC (Washington, D.C.), Medical Science and Computing Inc. (Rockville, Md.), Global Tech Inc. (Arlington, Va.), JBS International Inc. (Bethesda, Md.) and CSSI Inc.(Washington, D.C.).

The 20 top-selling companies owned by women did an aggregate government business of $2.6 billion of prime contracts in fiscal 2014.

Federal Computer Week, a publication of FCW Media Group, addresses the business value of technology in the government.

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  1. Sonya Jain, President of eGlobalTech Is one of the worst CEO’s and leaders in the tech community of Washington, D.C. Believe me, I worked for her and the sheer amount of medicoracy and inhumane treatment of employees as robotic billable hours, rude and inconsiderate language used in the hallways, and intolerance toward any other culture, especially if you happened to be a female, positions her as mediocre at best. As a female professional, I’m ashamed to have worked for this company and it says a lot about Sonya Jain, President of eGlobalTech, whose only real accomplishment is getting an entitlement designation from the government and hands outs as reason for Top designation. There are so many female executive that earned that lucrative title. Shameful.

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