Washington Post Recognizes GovCon Firms in 2015’s ‘Top Workplaces’ List

b-w world-peopleThe Washington Post has selected several GovCon firms for recognition in the newspaper’s annual list of the 150 “Top Workplaces” in the greater Washington area.

The Post chose the recipients based on overall employee perceptions of leadership quality, pay and benefits and work-life balance strategies at the organizations.

Companies selected for the list were broken up into three categories with large, mid-size and small.

GovCon firms chosen for the Top 150 list’s large category include AT&T, CACI International, DMIECS Federal, Maximus, Mitre and Noblis.

CACI President and CEO Ken Asbury said the recognition “reflects very positively on the efforts of all the members of our team to support each other while helping our customers succeed in their most critical missions.”

Julie Gravallese, vice president and chief human resources officer at Mitre, said the nonprofit organization’s selection to the list “wouldn’t have been possible without the hard work and dedication of our remarkably talented and diverse workforce.

Contractors selected for the list’s mid-size category include:

  • Appian
  • Aquilent
  • immixGroup
  • Integrity Applications
  • Iron Bow Technologies
  • MicroPact
  • NES Associates
  • OGSystems
  • SAP NS2
  • Systems Planning and Analysis
  • Tenable Network Security.

The list’s small category includes GovCon firms such as:

  • Acclaim Technical Services
  • Arion Systems
  • Decisive Analytics
  • DigitaliBiz
  • Eagle Hill Consulting
  • Federal Management Partners
  • GovDelivery
  • InTec
  • Knight Point Systems
  • Markon Solutions
  • Next Century
  • Octo Consulting
  • TCG
  • Veracity Engineering

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