NVTC Announces 2017 Tech Awards Winners

Larry Prior, president and chief executive officer of CSRA

Larry Prior, president and CEO, CSRA

The Northern Virginia Technology Council presented its 2017 NVTC Tech Awards at the annual banquet TechCelebration, honoring those who contributed to technology innovation and supported veterans employment.

Larry Prior of CSRA was named Tech Executive of the Year, The MITRE Corp. was recognized for Tech Patent of the Year and PRISM Inc. was given the Veteran Service Award. Appian was named Tech Company of the Year in the category of over $50 million in revenue, while REAN Cloud was named Tech Company of the Year in the under-$50 million category.

NVTC’s other finalists for Tech Executive of the Year were Matt Calkins of Appian; Tom Davidson of EVERFI; Kim Hayes of The Ambit Group; and Grant Verstandig of Rally Health.

For Tech Patent of the Year, the other candidates were BluVector, Deque Systems and Vencore.

For companies with over $50 million in revenue, NVTC recognized DMI, Excella Consulting, GuidePoint Security and ICF.

For companies with less than $50 million in revenue, NVTC also nominated Mobile Posse, Unanet, Verodin and Whereoware.

The other finalists for the Veteran Service Award were CACI International Inc., IntelliDyne LLC, and Micron Technology.


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