Carahsoft on WBJ’s Fast 50 List for Sixth Time; Craig Abod Comments

Craig Abod

Carahsoft Technology Corp. joins the Washington Business Journal’s list of 50 fastest growing companies in the Metro DC area for the sixth consecutive year, the company announced today.

“Carahsoft is honored to be included again among the region’s fast growth companies,” said Craig P. Abod, Carahsoft president.

Abod said the company reached its billion dollar mark in revenue in 2011.

The $1.07 billion earnings Carahsoft raked in and 35.1 percent average revenue growth last year placed it on the list’s No.36 spot.

Carahsoft also made the Washington Business Journal’s Top Largest Private Companies list in July and the Largest Government Technology Contractors list in January.

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