ACT I Named a Finalist for SECAF’s ‘Govt Contractor of the Year’ Award; Michael Niggel Comments

Michael Niggel

Advanced Concepts and Technologies International is a finalist for the Small and Emerging Contractors Advisory Forum’s Government Contractor of the Year award for companies with revenues between $12 million and $25 million.

ACT I said SECAF’s Annual Government Contractor Awards recognizes small and emerging govcon companies as well as industry members that depend on small businesses.

“We are honored to be selected as a finalist along with the other deserving firms for this award and look forward to participating in the annual awards gala in May,” said ACT I CEO Michael Niggel.

The awards program is in its ninth year of honoring companies in various categories for the Government Contractor of the Year, SECAF Award of ExcellenceGovernment Project of the Year and Small Business Partner of the Year recognition.

SECAF will unveil the winners on May 9 during the gala at the McLean Hilton in Virginia.

The advisory forum offers members business resources as well as access to influencers, government agencies, advocacy opportunities and education to help boost the growth rate of small and emerging government contractors.

The full list of 2017 finalists is posted on SECAF’s website.

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