Phacil Named to Washington Business Journal 100 Largest Private Firms List; Mehdi Cherqaoui Comments

Mehdi Cherqaoui
Mehdi Cherqaoui

Federal technology platforms provider Phacil has been named to the Washington Business Journal’s list of 100 largest private firms in the Greater Washington area for five consecutive years.

The company secured the 74th spot on WBJ’s list that is based on private companies’ 2015 revenue, Phacil said Thursday.

Mehdi Cherqaoui, senior vice president and chief financial officer at Phacil, said the company recognizes the efforts of its employees who serve as the “driving force” behind Phacil’s year-to-year growth.

Phacil has also been featured on WBJ’s lists of top government technology contractors and fastest growing firms.

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