Changeis has been named a finalist for the 10th Annual Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum’s Government Contractors Awards.
The SECAF flagship event, scheduled for May 10, honors small and emerging government contractors and the players in the industry that rely on small businesses.
Changeis was nominated for Government Contractor of the Year for companies with between $7.5 million and $15 million in annual revenue. Other categories include Government Contractor of the Year, under $7.5 million in revenue; Government Contractor of the Year, $15 million to $27.5 million in revenue; Government Project of the Year; Small Business Mentor/Partner of the Year; and SECAF Award of Excellence, under $25 million in revenue.
Cameron Hamilton, senior managing director at The McLean Group and one of the 2018 event chairs, said Changeis is one of the many small businesses doing outstanding and innovative work in the government contracting community.
“We are thrilled to recognize Changeis, Inc., as it is a shining example of the tenacity, vision, and commitment that enable the community of small business government contractors to deliver excellence year in and year out,” Hamilton said.
Changeis President Urvashi Malhotra said it was an honor to be recognized.
“Our year-over-year growth is a testament to our commitment to delivering highly effective and efficient government operations to our public sector customers through expertly managed transformation and innovation,” Malhotra said. “It is an incredible achievement and we are honored to be selected as a finalist among the best in our industry.”
Changeis is an 8(a) certified, woman-owned small business that provides management consulting and engineering services to the public sector. Other companies nominated in the $7.5 million to $15 million category include Conflict Kinetics Corp., Dynamo Technologies, Renegade Technology and Ridgeline International.
The full list of finalists can be found here.